The Boston Athletic Association (BAA) has notified the town of Ashland that they will provide 22 Invitational Entry Forms for the 2019 Boston Marathon. Susan Robie, executive assistant to the town manager, is compiling a list of interested runners.
“As in the past the,... Read More
Ashland resident Jean Gooch was recently named the new director of the Wellesley Cooperative Nursery School (WCNS), a preschool that has been in...Read More
The Ashland Business Association (ABA) will hold a social with Dr. Greens Indoor Golf, 83 Union Ave. (Rt. 135) on Tuesday, Oct. 2, 5:30-7:30 p.m....Read More
Ashland Farmers Market (AFM) will continue through Oct. 13 at 125 Front St., on the grass across from the library. The outdoor market is held...Read More
Ashland’s Decisions at Every Turn (DAET) Coalition received a five-year Drug-Free Communities (DFC) Support Program grant in September to prevent...Read More
Jensen Shipp is Ashland High’s new girls varsity soccer coach and one of his goals for his first season is to create a culture of CARE. And, if his players quickly embrace what the letters stand for, then success likely will follow and lead to a tournament berth.
After being a .500 team last fall on the gridiron with a large group of younger athletes participating in the program Coach Andrew McKay is hoping that with a year under their belts they’ll be able to contribute this season. Playing in the Tri Valley League will be a little...Read More
Stephen Marks is Ashland High’s new athletic director and the Bethesda, Md., native, who’s lived in town for the last four years, is not only excited about his new position, but he’s also eager to get started to fulfill some specific goals.
The 38-year-old Marks wants...