Many Hands Support Charity Quilt Project

Ashland resident Tobi Hoffman is usually working Saturdays, even on a national holiday like Veterans Day, but last month she joined a gathering of...

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Ashland’s Business Scene

Ashland Business Association (ABA) President Adam Sachs recently reviewed the year for the busy organization, which has just over 100 business...

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Young Entrepreneurs Meld Talents to Form 3D Printing Business

Spencer Lezin (17), Andrew Bay (18) and Matthew Orser (17), all seniors at Ashland High School, were among the attendees at a recent town ‘meet...

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Ashland Community Theater Gets Ready for Take Off, Dec. 7, 8 and 9

Everyone has an airport story, Ashland Community Theater (ACT) founder and director Joe White said. It’s a theme he has been thinking about for a...

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Ashland Hockey – Hopes for Another Tourney this Year

Ashland put together a 10-8-2 regular season record to earn themselves a 15 seed in the Division 3 South Ice Hockey Tournament last season, where the Clockers took out Bishop Stang 4-1 in the preliminary round, but fell 5-3 to Nantucket in the first round. Having lost only...

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Christensen Sets Bar High for Ashland’s Boys Hoop Squad

Jason Christensen has some admirable goals as Ashland’s basketball team gets ready to open the 2017-18 season after a campaign last year that produced only three victories.
The 6-foot-2, 180-pound senior captain, who averaged 17 points and 11 rebounds last year, is...

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Graham No Stranger to Ashland or Its Lacrosse Program

Bill Graham is the new boys’ lacrosse coach at Ashland High, but he’s no stranger to the school, the sport or the community.
The 37-year-old Graham grew up in Ashland, graduated as a Clocker in 1998, and as a senior, played on the school’s first varsity lacrosse team....

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