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Message from the staff of the Ashland Public Library

We miss seeing all of you! During our closure, we are busy working in the stacks weeding and putting everything back in order. We are also...

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Ashland Business Scene

The Ashland Business Association (ABA), at the time of this writing in mid-March, is canceling or postponing some of its events, like many...

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Plans to reschedule the Candidates Forum are unknown at this time.

Ashland residents will have an opportunity to meet and question the candidates for town offices at a moderated forum, Tuesday, May 12, 6 p.m., at...

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GreenUp Ashland has been Rescheduled to Sept. 5. Ashland Marks 18th Year of Town-wide Clean-up

GreenUp Ashland will hold its annual clean-up-the-town event to celebrate on Saturday, May 3, 9 a.m. to noon (rain date, Sunday, May 4). Residents...

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Sports

Ashland boy’s tennis looking to get back to tournament

After finishing last year with a 7-7 record, the Ashland boys’ tennis team made the best of its first Division 2 South tournament game defeating Nauset 3-2, before losing to Walpole in the next round. Clocker Coach Mike Roman is looking for his squad to make a return trip to...

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Keller hired as soccer coach

The Ashland Athletic Department announced the hiring of Dan Keller as its Girls Varsity Soccer Coach. Keller brings a wealth of both playing and coaching experience to the Ashland Girls Soccer program.
Following a standout career as a fou- year starter and captain at...

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Blasi Selected To Coach Girls Lacrosse At Ashland High

Katie Blasi is Ashland High’s new girls varsity lacrosse coach and she should be a terrific addition to the Clockers’ staff.
The 34-year-old native of Syracuse will be coaching her first varsity team but her background in lacrosse is extensive — she’s been a player, a...

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