Aidan Pollard

Camp Meeting Association Files Second Suit Over Tabernacle Regulation
The Martha's Vineyard Camp Meeting Association has sued the town of Oak Bluffs for the second time this summer, seeking to reverse conditions imposed in the approval of a special permit for the construction of an auxiliary structure at the Camp Ground Tabernacle.
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After the Fire, Owner Promises ‘Ocean View Reincarnated’
With the Ocean View Restaurant and Tavern now demolished following a fire this winter, plans are in motion to build a replacement.
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Runners Revel in Perfect Conditions at Chilmark Road Race
Charlie Ortmans won the 45th Chilmark Road Race on Saturday with a time of 14:46. The first woman to break the tape was five-time winner Marian Johnson with a time of 17:49.
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Airport Considers New PFAS Remediation Tech
A new filtration system to mitigate PFAS contamination in West Tisbury wells is on the table at the Martha's Vineyard Airport .
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Decisions Deferred on Two OB Affordable Housing Projects
The Oak Bluffs select board Tuesday refrained from decisions regarding two affordable housing plans, opting to seek further information on requests made by the town's affordable housing committee.
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No Injuries in Fishing Boat Collision Off Aquinnah
The collision caused significant damage to the starboard bow of both vessels.
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Family Cautiously Optimistic for Paul Whelan’s Release from Russian Prison
Now, as the U.S. government is working to get Paul Whelan released alongside WNBA player Brittney Griner, the former Marine's family remains optimistic that they will see him again.
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Revised Permit Issued for Pool Business, Despite Neighbor Protest
Over some neighbors' objections, Atlantic Pool, an Edgartown-based pool construction and service business, will be allowed to continue operating on Watcha Path.
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Oak Bluffs Wrestles With Fun Factor
The streets are bustling in Oak Bluffs but as crowds return in earnest this year, striking a balance for outdoor space use in Oak Bluffs has become an ever-present issue for the town’s select board.
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Inkwell Beach Yoga to Resume with Park Commission Approval
With a room full of supporters of the yoga group, parks commissioners Monday said concerns about the group as it has grown in popularity have been longstanding.
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