The 5th annual Dragonfly Festival—a free, fun, outdoor, community arts event for all ages—will take place on August 11, 2 to 7:30 p.m., at the Ashland Historical Society and Mill Pond Park, on Main Street at Myrtle. This year’s live music will feature Crocodile River Music... Read More
The Ashland Farmers Market (AFM) continues to make a big impact on our town, bringing fresh, local produce and quality artisans regularly to...Read More
July 1 was the beginning of Ashland’s fiscal year. This July 1 was also the beginning of the new five-year National Pollutant Discharge...Read More
The Ashland Business Association (ABA) will join with other area business associations for a Regional Summer BBQ & Networking event on Tuesday...Read More
Natalie Gillis and volleyball have been a dynamic partnership. And, the sport will continue to be a major part of her future as she prepares for a four-year career at Worcester State where she’ll major in health science.
The 18-year-old Ashland native has played the...
The Ashland American Legion baseball team surprised a lot of people last year with their play including themselves. Post 77 went from 4 wins the year prior to 12 regular season wins to earn a spot in the Zone 5 Playoffs. Once there Ashland won all three of its games to...Read More
When Jensen Shipp was hired to be Ashland High’s new girls soccer coach, that decision went a long way to ensure returning players and new candidates that the transition to a new mentor would be smooth.
The 29-year-old Shipp spent the last two autumns as the Clockers’...