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Articles

Making It Easy to Go Without Plastic Bags

Ashland’s plastic bag ban bylaw will go into effect on July 26, when the town will join 80 other Massachusetts’ cities and towns that ban single-...

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Dale Buchanan: Band Musician, Builder and Benefactor

Dale Buchanan was fascinated the first time he saw a live band as a kid. That’s when he decided what he wanted to do. So while in high school in...

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Ashland’s Summer Reading Program Starts June 21

The library’s Summer Reading Program (SRP) kicks off on Thursday, June 21, with a special event on Saturday, June 23. Saturday’s event is still in...

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Corsica, Cairo and China: Ashland Farmers Market Features World-Inspired Cuisine

Ashland Farmers Market (AFM) will open for the season, each Saturday, starting June 9 and run through October 6. The market features local farmers...

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Sports

Shipp Steps Up To Coach Ashland’s Girls Varsity Soccer Team

When Jensen Shipp was hired to be Ashland High’s new girls soccer coach, that decision went a long way to ensure returning players and new candidates that the transition to a new mentor would be smooth.
The 29-year-old Shipp spent the last two autumns as the Clockers’...

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Ashland Boys Lacrosse

After spending three years, 2006-2009, as the Ashland Head Coach for the boy’s lacrosse team, William Graham found his way back onto the field. With a rather young group coming of players coming back the retuning Coach wanted to get back to the tournament as one of his goals...

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Ashland Boys Tennis

Last spring the Ashland boy’s tennis team finished with a 6-10 record and once again failed to make the tournament. In fact the Clockers male racketeers have not ventured into the State Tournament for some time; the last time they were able to do so was 7 years ago in 2011....

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