AMSA ED Job Description Deadline: November 27, 2017 Type: Full time Salary: Starting salary $45,000+ The Ashland Main Street Association, a designated Virginia Main Street Community, is a non-profit, 501c3 organization comprised of community volunteers representing businesses, civic organizations, Randolph-Macon College, and residents of Town of Ashland — affectionately known as the “Center of [...]
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From L to R: Lydia Delk, Jodie McDowell-Brill and John Anderson are seen here at the new studio space. All three are instructors at Piano Works Studios. Lydia graduated from R-MC in 2016 and has been with Piano Works for 3 years as a piano instructor. John Anderson is a recent graduate from Berklee [...]
Sweet Frog COTU! Keeping Cool Through the Years... It is interesting how some things come around. Such is the case with the building at 210 England Street, which now houses Sweet Frog Center of the Universe, the recipient of the Ashland Main Street Association’s latest “You’ve Been Noticed” Award. Back before refrigerators were common in [...]
The Randolph-Macon College Physics Department will host a Solar Eclipse Watch on Monday, August 21, 2017 at 1 p.m. at the Frank E. Brown Fountain Plaza (300 Henry Street). This event is free and open to the public. "We will have everything that attendees will need to safely observe this spectacular event, including solar eclipse glasses," says Physics Professor [...]
The Bluemont Concert Series returns to the Town of Ashland for its 2017 season of outdoor evening concerts featuring a variety of family-focused evening performances. The concerts this summer will be held once again on the steps of Randolph-Macon’s Mary Branch Residence Hall (204 Henry Street). The season kicks off with Circa Blue on Sunday, [...]
Lauren Estell (left) is a rising Junior at R-MC. Mark Maphis (right) hires locally and trains his staff thoroughly on all the products he carries at Fin & Feather. Mark Maphis and his staff at Fin & Feather Pet Center pride themselves on personal service. "We do the homework for our customers, which [...]
Herald-Progress article July 20, 2017 - "Ashland Main Street Representatives Recognized for Superior Work" The AMSA led the 2nd Annual "Light Up the Tracks" retail promotion, designed to attract visitors to downtown shopping and dining, while they enjoyed the "Mile-Long Holiday Card." FULL TEXT: Ashland, VA---On July 12, representatives of the Ashland Main [...]
The Spotlight Artists for July/August are the COTU Marching Band. Led by Jim Foster, Felix Stephens and Jim Jones, the COTU Marching Band (aka The Cacophony Of the Center) was formed just in time for the 4th of July Parade! In typical Ashland-style, the 3 amigos easily found numerous percussion players, horn players, baton twirlers [...]
Supper Club at Sports Page Bar & Grill was a big success with Squirrel as our host (3rd from the left)! Sports Page Grill - GREAT FOOD & SERVICE and LOTS OF FLAT SCREENS! Ashland Main Street Association would like to thank Sport Page Bar & Grill for hosting out 4th Supper Club [...]
The rezoning application for the proposed development off Chapman and Rt 54 has been scheduled for a public hearing before the Town Council on Tuesday, July 18, 2017 at 7pm in Town Hall located at 101 Thompson Street. The Town Council may act at this meeting. Your input is highly encouraged.