The Reality Fair: Making Ends Meet in the Real World

The Reality Fair at Ashland High School was held on the morning of May 24. The purpose of the event was to teach the graduating seniors about...

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Stormwater Update: Cleaning Up Our Rivers and Streams

The November 2018 town meeting authorized the creation of an Enterprise Fund, which created a new department, the Stormwater Management Utility (...

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Ashland Protests the Pipeline

Ashland residents concerned about the environment are protesting a proposed Eversource gas pipeline, called the Hopkinton to Ashland Transfer Line...

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Ashland Volunteer Receives Public Health Award

The Ashland Board of Health (BOH) on April 3 announced Janet Gamache as the 2019 Mary Mortensen Public Health Award recipient.
The BOH...

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Matt Long, Ashland Track

The difference between being a good and excellent runner in certain track events is seconds. Ashland’s Matt Long has been running the 400 for the Clockers for the past four years, beginning as a seventh grader in the Middle School. Since he first started running the event he...

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Marks Aims To Keep Ashland Athletics Moving Forward

Stephen Marks is pleased with the way his first year as Ashland High’s athletic director has transpired and he’s eager to continue building and improving the Clockers’ sports programs.
When the Bethesda, Md. native, who’s lived in town for the last five years, was...

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June 22 Kickoff 5K to Launch “Jake’s Team”

Dear Future Teammates,

We invite you to be a part of Jake’s Team!

Jake’s Team was started in memory of our incredible son and brother who not only fought hard but inspired so many with his strength, courage, positive attitude and smile. Jake Silver was 16...

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