Ashland Marks Earth Day with Town-wide Clean up

GreenUp Ashland will hold its annual clean-up-the-town event to celebrate Earth Day on Saturday May 4, 9 a.m. to noon (rain date, Sunday, May 5)....

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April is National Volunteer Month

Ashland’s many volunteers contribute their time and talents to advancing causes, projects, organizations and town committees. In recognition of...

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Ashland’s Spring Farmers Market Touts New Vendors and Old Favorites

Did you ever dream of traveling to Bali or Java? If you can’t easily get there, no problem! The cuisines of these South Pacific islands have come...

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Lois Bennett: Best Friend to Many

When Lois Bennett and her husband Stan moved to Ashland in 2009, they both quickly became integral members of the community. Sadly, Stan passed...

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Ashland’s Softball Captains Aim to End Playoff Drought

Ashland High’s three senior captains all have the same goal for the 2019 softball season, and simply stated, it’s to return to tournament competition.
Seven years ago, in 2011, the Clockers last competed in a playoff game, and coach Steve Abbitine is convinced that if...

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Brian Gazard, Boy’s Lacrosse

At the age of six years old Brian Gazard’s father decided to sign him up to play youth lacrosse, but was unfortunately told that he was too young to play on a team. Instead of actually playing the actual sport he’d be entered into a skills camp where he’d learn the nuances...

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Ashland’s Jones: Top-Ranked Skier As A Sophomore

Ashland High’s Elaine Jones is only a sophomore but she’s already achieved the No. 1 ranking in the Central Mass. Competitive Ski League (CMCSL).
The 5-foot-4 Jones, who also plays softball and soccer for the Clockers, was the league’s second-best ski racer as a...

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