Aidan Pollard

Helping to Rebuild Afghanistan, One Tree at a Time
Mariam Raqib does not take the power of a tree for granted. When she was a child growing up in Afghanistan, she remembers a country of great landscapes, trees and bushes.
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Oak Bluffs Opens Holiday Season With Tree Lighting
As the clock neared 6:30 p.m. on Wednesday, hundreds of kids and adults gathered in Healey Square began to chant “light the tree.”
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Selectmen Back Plan to Open Moshup Trail Views
A draft project aimed at opening up more scenic views along Moshup Trail won the backing of the Aquinnah select board at their meeting Tuesday, pending permits.
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Aquinnah Gives Go-Ahead to Chilmark School HVAC Project
The Aquinnah select board moved to advance two regional projects Tuesday: the creation of a Martha’s Vineyard housing bank and the replacement of Chilmark School’s HVAC system.
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Charges Follow Monday Rollover Crash
An Edgartown woman is facing charges after a rollover accident Monday afternoon at the corner of Barnes and West Tisbury Roads sent three people to the hospital.
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Shotgun Season Opens for Deer Hunting
The two-week shotgun hunting season for deer began 30 minutes before sunrise Monday on Martha’s Vineyard, as bright orange attire is again in vogue at properties across the Island.
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Restoration Work Atop East Chop Light Nears Completion
Restoration work has been under way this fall atop the East Chop Lighthouse, the familiar beacon perched on Telegraph Hill that has guided mariners since 1878.
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Vineyarders Run to Remember at 5K for KJ
A little cold couldn’t stop supporters of the Vineyard cross country team Saturday, as dozens braved a windy 5K at the high school course for the 16th annual 5K for KJ.
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For Scientist and Author, Plight of Whales Is Everyone's Responsibility
Scientist and veterinarian Michael Moore's new book We Are All Whalers is part memoir, part call to action.
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Embracing the Cold for the Boys and Girls Club
The weather outside may be frightful, but that didn't stop a group of Vineyarders from taking a dip in the cold waters off State Beach on Saturday to raise money for the boys and girls club.
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