Creating a Philanthropist

Philanthropy. Every person thinks of it differently. Some might think of large foundations such as the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation, lifting...

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Farm Readies for Second Season

Upswing Farm is entering its second season farming at 28 South St in Ashland. Although the majority of the farm land is in Holliston, Upswing...

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Write in the Wild: Nature Writing Workshop at Warren Woods

“Between every two pine trees there is a door leading to a new way of life.” ~ John Muir.

Writer and artist Giulietta Nardone will lead a...

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Keeping Chickens

Chickens are becoming increasingly popular as pets, even in urban and suburban areas. Many people get chickens as a source of eggs, and then...

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Scholarships Offered to Ashland Students

The Ashland Farmers Market is offering a scholarship to a graduating or recent graduate of Ashland High School (AHS) who is beginning studies in 2017 at an accredited institution. The scholarship is $1,000; the deadline for submission by email is Monday, May 8. The field of...

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Abbitine Aiming to Elevate Ashland High Softball

Steve Abbitine is Ashland High’s new softball coach, but he’s not new to the sport.
The 50-year-old native of the Bronx, who’s lived in Ashland for 20 years, coached youth softball in town for 10 years, and for the last five years, he’s directed a travel team out of...

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Ashland Girls’ Lacrosse Aiming for Division 2 East Tourney

Ashland first-year coach Jessica Spencer is hoping to return the girls’ lacrosse team back into the Division 2 East Tournament, a place they haven’t been since the 2015 season. The Clockers went 10-7-1 that season and earned a 12 seed in the tournament but fell to Wayland 12-...

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