Aidan Pollard

Vineyard Says Goodbye to Summer, Hello to First Day of School
Vineyard students went back to school today and the rhythms of a new year could be seen all over the Island.
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Fall Sports Season Set to Begin
New coaches and young teams have begun to set the pace for Martha's Vineyard Regional High School athletics, as players take to the field once again in the fall pre-season.
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Sheriff Candidates Face Off in Forum
Dukes County sheriff candidates fielded questions from a room full of voters on August 30 in one of their last chances to define their differences in style and substance ahead of the Sept. 6 primary.
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Three Republicans, One Democrat Seeking D.A. Seat
A three-way race between attorneys Melissa Alden, John Carey and Daniel Higgins is on in the Republican primary for Cape and Islands district attorney. One Democrat, Robert Galibois, is running unopposed.
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Select Board Approves Already-Scheduled Concert Ferries
The Oak Bluffs Select board held a special meeting on August 24 to discuss with Beach Road Weekend proprietor Adam Epstein a schedule of nighttime water taxis from Oak Bluffs to transport festival attendees.
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Aquinnah Considers Mixed-Use Road Concept
The town of Aquinnah will weigh a new road setup south of West Basin Road in the coming months, aiming to create more safety for pedestrians.
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Tabernacle Suits Withdrawn Against Oak Bluffs
The Martha's Vineyard Camp Meeting Association has withdrawn both of the lawsuits it filed against Oak Bluffs this summer in response to town board decisions approving a planned roof replacement and 1,300 square-foot addition to the Tabernacle.
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Nothing But Net When Building Bridges With Basketball
Competition will come second to community at the first annual Boys and Girls Jamboree basketball tournament this Saturday, hosted by the Martha's Vineyard Boys and Girls Club.
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Big Bridge Tragedy Triggers County Commission Efforts
Dukes County commissioners will seek to begin a dialogue with the state, Oak Bluffs and Edgartown about safety issues at the big bridge following the tragic deaths of brothers Tavaughn and Tavaris Bulgin last weekend.
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Make Way! Agricultural Fair Begins
On Thursday morning, the gates opened for the 160th Martha's Vineyard Agricultural Society Fair. And for the next four days, all roads lead to West Tisbury.
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