For the Keenans, 2017 brings a lighter, healthier time!

When you find something that works, what do you do? You tell your friends and family, of course! That is exactly what 46 year-old Paul Keenan did after his successful experience with New England Fat Loss (NEFL). Just a year ago, Keenan suffered a...

For the Keenans, 2017 brings a lighter, healthier time!

When you find something that works, what do you do? You tell your friends and family, of course! That is exactly what 46 year-old Paul Keenan did after his successful experience with New England Fat Loss (NEFL). Just a year ago, Keenan suffered a...

For the Keenans, 2017 brings a lighter, healthier time!

When you find something that works, what do you do? You tell your friends and family, of course! That is exactly what 46 year-old Paul Keenan did after his successful experience with New England Fat Loss (NEFL). Just a year ago, Keenan suffered a...

Julie Nardone, Contributing Writer

Ever since I moved to Ashland in 1997, I’ve heard complaints that the town needs to be more like this or that town. The problem with other town-envy is that we lose sight of what’s already great about Ashland.
With the collaboration of my...

Ken Hamwey, Staff Sports Writer

Isaiah Davis is Ashland High’s new boys’ basketball coach, replacing Mark Champagne who left the program after six seasons to take the coaching reins at King Philip Regional in Wrentham.
The 30-year-old Davis was Wellesley High’s assistant...

Deborah Burke Henderson and Cynthia Whitty
An attractive, new public space is coming, funded by a grant, businesses and residents

The Corner Spot will contain a park and a building for new businesses to try out in downtown Ashland starting next spring, with the help of grants and donations from businesses and many individuals.
The land at 6 Cherry St. will have the...

By Cynthia Whitty

The Ashland Business Association (ABA) launched its new website, www.ashlandbusinessassociation.com, in September. The website, in addition to an updated look, has increased functionality...

By Cynthia Whitty

It is the teens who do the heavy lifting—both literally and metaphorically—every Saturday morning at the Ashland Farmers Market (AFM). Teens are the backbone of the market and are much appreciated by both market organizers and vendors.
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Deborah Burke Henderson, Contributing Writer

This Citizenship Day, Saturday, Sept. 17, will be an emotional and festive time for soft-spoken Lelia Tenreyro-Viana, a native-born Argentinean whose lifelong dream was to become a naturalized citizen of the United States. Her dream finally came...

Ken Hamwey, Staff Sports Writer

Ally Flaherty was disappointed when the Ashland High girls’ soccer team missed qualifying for tournament play by one point last year. But, the Clockers’ senior tri-captain is convinced 2016 will be different.
A 5-foot-2 left midfielder who...

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