Ashland town elections will be held on Tuesday, May 21. This year two committees have contested seats: Planning Board and Selectmen. Kate Jurczyk and Trisha Kendall are vying for one five-year seat on the Planning Board and four candidates—Adam Elbirt, Brandi Kinsman, Joe... Read More
The Ashland Board of Health (BOH) on April 3 announced Janet Gamache as the 2019 Mary Mortensen Public Health Award recipient.
The Friends of the Ashland Library (FAL) will hold their annual meeting on Thursday, May 23, 7 to 8:30 p.m., in the Ashland Public Library,...Read More
GreenUp Ashland will hold its annual clean-up-the-town event to celebrate Earth Day on Saturday, May 4, 9 a.m. to noon (rain date, Sunday, May 5...Read More
Parents often hope to teach their kids some real-life skills. A year ago, an enterprising Ashland family, Ken and Janet Erdelt, set out to do just...Read More
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...Read More
One evening in January, Ashland football mom, Beth Murphy, sent to a text to her good friend, a Medway football mom, Patty DerGarabedian, which said that one of their (Ashland) former football players was diagnosed with terminal cancer and was informed that he had 3-6 months...Read More
The Ashland girls track team will competing this spring with its biggest team that Coach Chris Avery has ever had. Although the numbers are up to 42 girls, the Clockers will still be up against the best of them taking part in the Tri Valley League.
“We may have bigger...