When passing through the center of town, you will now see, after 25 years, the correct time on Ashland’s downtown fire station clock.
“The clock was fixed on site,” Carl Hakansson explained. Hakansson is the chair of the Board of Selectmen, a longtime resident, and... Read More
Don’t miss the fourth annual Dragonfly Festival presented on Saturday, August 12th from 2 to 8:30 p.m. by Arts! Ashland Alliance and featuring...Read More
The Ashland School Committee, at a meeting last fall, officially set school start times for the 2017-2018 school year. The school committee...Read More
Marie Kane of Ashland was honored today as a member of the Massachusetts Commission on the Status of Women’s 2017 class of Unsung Heroines. Mrs....Read More
Derek Johnson has seen his Ashland American Legion team riding a roller coaster since he acquired the team three years ago. Post 77 just barely missed out on tournament play, Johnson’s first campaign, but found things rough going during year two only to bounce back this year...Read More
Aimee Mendoza has been hired as Ashland High’s new athletic trainer.
The 35-year-old Mendoza, who was on the job at the Clockers’ sports events during the spring on an interim basis, was Natick High’s athletic trainer for eight years. In that post, she was employed by...
There was no sophomore jinx for Mike Grimes, who last month finished his second year as Ashland High’s athletic director.
The 44-year-old Grimes not only enjoyed the success of 11 Clocker programs that competed in post-season tournaments, but he also was pleased that...