Ashland Schools: Handling Snow Days

The Ashland Superintendent of Schools, Jim Adams, in an email to parents explained his process for handling snow days, delayed openings and early...

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In Memory Of James Argir

James Argir, age 79, of Natick, passed away peacefully at the Metrowest Medical Center on December 8, 2016, after a courageous battle with cancer...

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Ashland Scouts

This month, the Cub Scouts have been busy with computer coding, studying Ashland’s history, laser tag battles, and more! They have also been...

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Ashland Travelers & Friends

Ashland Travelers & Friends announced their first reserved three-day trip of the 2017 travel year. On May 2, travelers will leave at 9 a.m....

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Ex-Ashland High Athlete Surprising Vote Earns Simeone Coach of Year Award

It’s rare when a coach is honored for compiling a 3-11 record. But, that’s what happened to Nicole Simeone, who graduated from Ashland High in 2011 and earned her bachelor’s and master’s degrees from Nichols College.
The 23-year-old Simeone, who played on two state...

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Ashland Hockey’s George Boccelli Strives to Head Back to the Tourney

Ashland’s George Boccelli began taking skating lessons at the age of three and one year later he decided to join his older brother (of two years), Nick, into the hockey rink and set out for his own adventure.
The younger Boccelli would begin playing Demon Youth Hockey...

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Now A.D. at Hopedale High Gaine’s Ashland Roots Big Key in His Latest Position

Ashland played a major role when Hopedale High had to fill its athletic director vacancy. The Blue Raiders, whose teams compete in the Dual Valley Conference, chose Bill Gaine III, a former Ashland High three-sport athlete and the starting catcher on the Clockers’ 2000 state...

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