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Feb 2018
Cynthia Whitty
January.25.2018

Founded in 2009 by volunteers who were either interested in gardening or who wanted Ashland to have a community garden, Ashland Community Gardens (ACG) at Stone Park, built on an old tennis court, is a thriving community space that accommodate 56...

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Feb 2018
Ken Hamwey Staff Sports Writer
January.25.2018

Ashland High’s wrestling team, which last year managed a .500 record in dual meets, enjoyed success in post-season tournaments when it had eight sectional place-winners, three place-winners in the state playoffs, and one place-winner at the all-...

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Feb 2018
Christopher Tremblay Staff Sports Writer
January.25.2018

During the sixth grade a lot of her middle school friends were planning on checking out the schools track team, Alexandra Chrisafideis went along and soon found out that she really enjoyed running. From that point the sixth grader worked...

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Feb 2018
Deborah Burke Henderson, Contributing Writer
A Network of Compassionate Volunteers Helping in Crisis
January.25.2018

Little things make a difference. When someone suffers from an injury or illness that precludes them from managing everyday tasks such as grocery shopping, making meals or getting to doctors’ appointments, the help of a caring neighbor can be a...

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Feb 2018
Deborah Burke Henderson, Contributing Writer
Be a supportive friend to the teens in your life
January.25.2018

Teens live in a complicated world today. It’s often a negative one and can involve the further complication of instant exposure on social media. YouTube, Snapchat and Facebook can be a breeding ground for bullying and shaming, and it is critical...

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Feb 2018
By Cynthia Whitty
January.25.2018

The Ashland Business Association (ABA) will hold an interactive session on Tuesday, Feb. 6, to plan its future, including updates to its bylaws and legal structure. In addition, CPA Janis Orel will talk about “How Tax Reform Impacts Small...

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Feb 2018
Cynthia Whitty
January.25.2018

Ashland could see the Riverwalk Trail Project completed this year thanks to a $300,000 grant from the National Parks Service and the state’s Executive Office of Energy and Environmental Affairs.
“It is a competitive grant application, with...

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Feb 2018
Cynthia Whitty
January.25.2018

Following the great success of Ashland Farmers Market’s (AFM) inaugural Midwinter Market last year, AFM invites shoppers again this year, just in time for Valentine’s Day. The Midwinter Market will take place at the Ashland Middle School, 87 W....

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Jan 2018
January.16.2018

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, 2018, at TJ Spirits –Rte. 135 at 12 noon to 4 p.m. Early Bird Specials! This is not your ordinary...

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Jan 2018
Ken Hamwey, Staff Sports Writer
January.16.2018

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...

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