Aidan Pollard

Appeal Filed in Decision by State Ethics Commission
Aquinnah select board member Gary Haley, who was cited and fined by the state ethics commission for violating the state conflict of interest law, has appealed the ruling in Suffolk County Superior Court.
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Plans for Southern Tier Housing Project Come Into Focus
The Oak Bluffs select board Tuesday got a first look at plans and drawings for the Southern Tier development, a two-phase, 60-unit affordable housing project off Edgartown-Vineyard Haven Road near the YMCA.
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Keeping the Lights on in Aquinnah
With many of its iconic shops closed and summer crowds long gone, the Gay Head Cliffs have become an unlikely setting for vibrancy in the off-season.
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Oak Bluffs Kicks Off Holiday Season This Weekend
The tree in Healey Square will be lit at 6:30 p.m. on Saturday, Nov. 26 with the holiday lights going on in Ocean Park simultaneously. Santa will make an appearance at the tree lighting, arriving by fire truck.
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Cheryl Andrews-Maltais Reelected for Third Consecutive Term
Cheryl Andrews-Maltais defeated challenger NaDaizja Bolling 151-127 to earn her fifth term as tribal chairwoman.
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Police Make Arrest in Rockland Trust Heist
One person has been arrested in connection with the armed robbery of the Rockland Trust bank in Vineyard Haven that took place Thursday morning and resulted in an intensive search and investigation.
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New District Attorney Stresses More Community Engagement
A runner and all around active personality, Robert Galibois has no plans to sit behind a desk when his term begins in January.
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Chappy Ferry Owner Looks to Raise Rates
Chappy Ferry owner Peter Wells is seeking a rate hike for the boat line connecting the small, rural island to downtown Edgartown.
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Budget Cuts Dim the Lights For Oak Bluffs Holiday Season
There will be no music show to accompany the Christmas lights in Ocean Park this year.
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Hospital Urges Caution Heading Into Holidays, as RSV Cases Surge
Martha’s Vineyard Hospital officials are warning Islanders to remain safe as the hospital experiences a surge in respiratory syncytial virus (RSV) cases.
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