Business Community, Here’s an update on how Ashland Main Street Association is working for you... June Highlights Promoted downtown businesses at Ashland Strawberry Faire Renewed agreement with Town of Ashland to serve as economic development organization New members of Main Street Board of Directors elected (click here for more info) Met with 12 individual business [...]
About Maggie LongestExecutive Director, Ashland Main Street Association
Gotta Have It Gifts is a new business in Downtown Ashland, providing that “special something” for every person on every occasion. At 112 Thompson Street in Suite C, you will find gifts for babies, weddings, parties, condolences, home, office, and every day. “This was always a dream of mine,” says owner Lisa McCreight about her [...]
Ashland Main Street Association welcomes five new members of the Board of Directors. Grant Azdell of Randolph-Macon College, Tom Checkosky of Pepicelli's Pizza, Ian Kirkland of Caboose Market & Cafe, Tom Wulf of WulfTeam Productions, and Wendy Yohman of Jake's Place Restaurant have volunteered their time and talents to enhance and promote Downtown Ashland. The [...]
Jerry Peart is an Ashland-based sculptor who creates flowing, abstract pieces with fabricated and painted aluminum to add color, grace and excitement to public spaces. His large scale sculptures are on display in more than 35 locations across the United States and in Korea. Born in Winslow, Arizona in 1948, Jerry attended Arizona State University where [...]
Last weekend, Ashland Meat Company opened its doors at Cross Brothers Grocery on South Railroad Avenue. The store will offer fresh local food, including a full-service butcher, a carryout deli menu, and a host of locally-produced pantry items. The Grand Opening weekend brought hundreds of customers from near and far to tour the historic building [...]
Ashland's signature train mural is visible day and night thanks to many community supporters, including the Town of Ashland, Tribble Electric, Ashland Street Parties, Friends of Art, Dan Bartges, and Hank Lowry. See the results for yourself at 108 South Railroad Avenue.
Meriwether Gilmore brings readers her local Ashland news column via the internet. The column was previously published by the Herald-Progress newspaper, but will now be posted to a free weblog titled The Ashland News. You can find it at www.ashlandnews.blogspot.com.
Ashland Food Mart opened its doors at 128 Thompson Street in December 2015. Since then, owner Krunal Patel has been hard at work to meet the community’s needs. The convenience store caters to all Ashlanders by carrying a wide range of food, beverages, and everyday essentials. The business thrives on friendly staff and dependable hours. [...]