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Articles

Halloween, Ashland Style

Halloween merchandisers had parents in their sights the second Labor Day was crossed off the calendar. Even the big box hardware stores,...

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Bag Ban Vote Coming to Town Meeting, Nov. 14

The Ashland Sustainability Committee is planning to bring a bylaw to town meeting on Nov. 14 to ban single-use plastic bags. Until then, the...

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Ashland’s Business Scene

The next Ashland Business Association program on Tuesday, Oct.3, will feature Jack Calkins from SCORE-Boston. Calkins will give an overview of...

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Courageous Conversations Spark More Town-Wide Talk Oct. 4 & 24

Last spring’s inaugural Courageous Conversations program on diversity drew an audience of 100 adults and youth, and participants found it so...

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Sports

Hopedale’s Track, Cross-country Coach

Tim Maguire is a coach for all seasons and he’s also a coach for all the right reasons.
The 31-year-old Maguire is Hopedale High’s girls varsity coach in cross-country and outdoor track and he’s the head coach of both the boys and girls indoor track squads. During his...

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Ashland XC

Last fall was a rather tough season for both the Ashland girls and boys cross country team. Between the both of them the Clocker runners were only able to muster one win. Coach Lou Mancini, who oversees both teams, is looking to build the Ashland program, but is finding it...

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Final Season For AHS Soccer Coach Sipniewski’s Aim: Make Clockers A Formidable Team

Since Traci Sipniewski took the coaching reins three years ago, the Ashland girls soccer team has patiently developed into a viable contender for the Tri Valley League title.
The 37-year-old Sipniewski inherited a team that was winless (0-18) in 2013 but she managed to...

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