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Ashland Business Scene

Ashland Business Association (ABA) programs are free and open to the public, unless otherwise indicated. Members and guests are asked to register...

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Sunday Concert Series Debuts: Women Composers Featured, Oct. 13

Friends of the Ashland Public Library present the Andromeda Quintet performing a program called “Women at the 49th Parallel” on Sunday, Oct. 13, 2...

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National Citizen Survey: The Town Wants Your Feedback

The Town of Ashland is conducting its second community-wide survey through the National Research Center (NRC) (www....

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Volunteer Profile: Ed Brudz Treasures Ashland’s Small-Town Feel

Ed Brudz has lived in Ashland for 45 years. Drawing him from Natick was a green three-bedroom ranch close to the Ashland Reservoir.
“It was...

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Sports

Laasya Thatavarty, Ashland Golf

For the second year in a row Ashland’s Laasya Thatavarty qualified to play in the Massachusetts Girls High School South Division Sectional Golf Tournament. The soon to be senior come this fall shot an 86 once again to grab a tie at 12th place on the leaderboard out of 60...

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Ashland Legion Team Aiming For Deep Run In Playoffs

Jake Obid played three seasons for the Ashland Legion baseball team and served as an assistant coach last year. Now, the 20-year-old is Post 77’s head coach and he’s a good example that youth can be a plus.
Ashland’s squad, which is comprised of players from Holliston,...

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Matt Long, Ashland Track

The difference between being a good and excellent runner in certain track events is seconds. Ashland’s Matt Long has been running the 400 for the Clockers for the past four years, beginning as a seventh grader in the Middle School. Since he first started running the event he...

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