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January with the Ashland Lions Club

Meat Raffles
Meat Raffles are back the 1st and 3rd Saturday of the month. The first raffle for 2018 will be January 6, 2018 and January 20,...

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January at Ashland Public Library

HOLIDAY CLOSURES:
The Library will be closed Monday, January 1st for New Year’s Day.
The Library will also be closed on Monday,...

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Something Sweet: Ashland Farmers Market Holds Mid-Winter Market in Time for Valentine’s Day

The Ashland Farmers Market (AFM) is pleased to announce its second annual Mid-Winter Market. AFM encourages folks to come out of winter...

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Ashland’s Plastic Bag Ban

Ashland has recently joined 60 Massachusetts’ cities and towns in approving plastic bag regulations. At the November town meeting, residents...

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Sports

Norwood’s Entrance into The Tri Valley League Is Official

A new year often comes with some change, and that’s what schools in the Tri Valley League will experience when their sports schedules will include a new member.
The athletic directors and the principals of the 11 schools in the TVL voted unanimously to accept Norwood as...

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Ashland Seniors Hornung and McGoff Big Supports in Medway-Ashland Girls’ Hockey

The Medway-Ashland girls’ hockey team has gone 20-13-7 over the past two regular seasons, but has only managed three Division 2 tournament victories during that time span. In order to improve upon the past two seasons Coach Kurt Crater is going to rely on Ashland seniors...

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Hopedale Cheer Team to Participate in the Dual Valley Conference

Although the Hopedale Cheerleaders have been supporting the rest of the school’s sports over the past few years they had not competed in quite some time; that was until late last year.
“It was our first competition in six years; the Hockomock League Invitational in...

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