Aidan Pollard

The Quiet Beauty of a Dream Fulfilled
My mother warned me that the Island was different in the winter.
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Keeping the Vineyard in Ink Is Inspired Choice
Jeff Gemma’s tattoo shop, named after Oak Bluffs icon Johnny Seaview, sits in the small alley that connects Circuit avenue Extension to the Oak Bluffs harbor.
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Ryan Ruley and Brian Packish Will Not Seek Reelection
Ryan Ruley and Brian Packish have announced they will not run for reelection to the Oak Bluffs select board this spring.
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Old Variety Store Slated for Demolition
The Old Variety Store building in downtown Oak Bluffs adjacent to the Flying Horses Carousel is slated for teardown, after the town issued a demolition permit last month and the select board approved a sidewalk closure at the site Tuesday.
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Vineyard Hockey Skates Into the NHL Limelight
As the Vineyard boys hockey team fired pucks at an empty net, a film production crew from the National Hockey League lurked behind the glass, their cameras stretching over the boards.
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Edgartown Dazzles With Yuletide Charm
The Island — and region — tilted toward Edgartown over the weekend as thousands flocked to revel in the town's Yuletide festivities.
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Promising Transparency, Edgartown Makes Its Norton Point Pitch
Edgartown officials pitched the Dukes County Commission Wednesday to take over management of Norton Point Beach from The Trustees of Reservations.
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Towns Will Send Full Housing Bank Legislation to State

Draft housing bank legislation will reach the state legislature unaltered, after state legislators suggested altering key aspects of the draft as it remains stalled at the state level.

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County Looks to Renovate Healthcare Access Building
The Dukes County Commission voted last week to request $600,000 from the Island towns for a renovation to the Vineyard Health Care Access Program building on New York avenue in Oak Bluffs.
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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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