Aidan Pollard

Oak Bluffs Wastewater Upgrade Will Expand Capacity
As Oak Bluffs continues to see rapid growth, the town’s aging wastewater treatment plant received a lifeline Tuesday.
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Island Housing Trust Cuts the Ribbon on Kuehn's Way
A 20-unit affordable housing development in Vineyard Haven that includes nine acres of protected conservation land is now complete, providing housing security for about 50 Islanders.
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Island Sees Brisk Voter Turnout as Mid-Term Elections Galvanize Country
Turnout was brisk all day at polling places around the Island as Martha’s Vineyard voters joined Americans across the country by casting ballots in the closely-watched 2022 midterm elections. Polls are open until 8 p.m. tonight.
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Linda Jean's Begins a New Chapter
Owner Marc Hanover has passed the torch on to Lisa and Winston Christie of Winston’s Kitchen, as he prepares to retire from the restaurant business.
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Islanders to Cast Votes in Midterm Election Races
Martha’s Vineyard voters are set to weigh in on a trio of contested local races and choose among candidates for regional commissions in midterm elections Tuesday.
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Rockfish, an Edgartown Mainstay, Comes Under New Ownership
The popular downtown Edgartown restaurant Rockfish has been sold to Island restaurateur Mike Santoro, as the Oak Bluffs and Vineyard Haven business owner expands into his third down-Island town.
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Aquinnah Seeks to Standardize Shop Leases at the Cliffs

The Aquinnah select board and shop owners at the Aquinnah Circle are looking to standardize existing store leases, which expired this year and have historically varied in terms.

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Oak Bluffs Becomes First Town to Approve New High School Funding Formula
The Martha's Vineyard Regional High School's proposed renovation project took a key step forward Tuesday night, as Oak Bluffs became the first Island town to approve changes to the regional high school funding agreement.
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Right Whale Population Continues Precipitous Decline
The global North Atlantic right whale population has continued its downward turn, declining to an amount not seen since the early 2000s, according to a new report by the North Atlantic Right Whale Consortium.
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Six Articles Await Oak Bluffs Voters at Special Town Meeting
Oak Bluffs will be the first town to weigh in on proposed changes to the high school's regional agreement when a six-article town meeting convenes Nov. 1.
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