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Network of Enterprising Women to Meet March 2

Network of Enterprising Women (NEW) Monday, March 2, 2019, 8:30-10:30 a.m. at Cheryl Cohen Mosaics, 360 Woodland St. 2nd floor, Holliston, MA....

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Metrowest Forum Spotlights Children’s Mental Health

“It’s clear we (need to) talk about our kids’ mental health. This is just the beginning…”
Such is how Senator Karen Spilka introduced...

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Town Census, Voting, Dog Tags: Dates to Remember

The town clerk’s office would like to remind residents about important dates and deadlines for winter and spring 2020. For more information,...

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Ashland Business Scene

The Ashland Business Association (ABA) will host speaker Anne Lafleur, MSW, a consultant and facilitator with a passion for helping people build...

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Sports

Lexi Nash, Ashland Gymnastics

Growing up in Ashland a young Lexi Nash was always being dragged to her older sister Marissa’s gymnastic classes. After continuously watching her sister practice the sport the younger Nash figured it was a sport that looked to be fun.
“After watching Marissa taking part...

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Long A Dominant Addition For Ashland Track Team

Matt Long’s decision to quit basketball for indoor track was difficult but the Ashland High junior is getting comfortable with what’s transpired — he’s undefeated in the 300-meter run and he’s already set a school record in that event.
The 6-foot-1, 150-pound Long,...

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Ashland’s Football Season: A ‘Super’ Time For Senior Leadership

Super Bowl championship teams often have a distinguishing characteristic. Some times it’s speed or skills and on other occasions it’s athleticism or technique.
For coach Andrew MacKay and his Ashland football team, senior leadership played a major role when the Clockers...

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