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New Athletic Training Center, Home Turf, opens in Hayesville

New Athletic Training Center, Home Turf, opens in Hayesville

Brooke Young

February 6, 2020

Home Turf Training Center is officially open for business. Located outside of Hayesville, at the corridor of U.S. Route 30 and State Route 60, the 15,000 square foot facility offers training for soccer, baseball, softball and lacrosse in particular, along with speed and agility training. Ben Ferguson,...

Future of Ashland: A new way of reporting

Citizens discuss in small groups what they think is lacking in Ashland.

Leah Burtscher

February 6, 2020

On Jan. 27, the Ashland YMCA housed a new type of community hearing, put on by the Richland and Ashland Source. Future of Ashland was an event held and designed for journalists to hear out the public in a new way. The event was hosted by editor and coordinator, Doug Oplinger, journalist from the Ashland...

Safe Haven offers stalking awareness training workshop

Safe Haven offers stalking awareness training workshop

Samantha Didion

February 4, 2020

On Jan. 23, Safe Haven hosted a Stalking Awareness Training at the Ashland Public Library that lasted from 5:30 p.m. until 6:30 p.m.. This beneficial event was free and open to the public. This event was in light of January being stalking awareness month. During this training workshop, attende...

Ashland Symphony Orchestra presents Family Holiday Pops

The 2017 Ashland Symphony Orchestra presenting the Holiday Pops in the The Robert M. and Janet L. Archer Auditorium.

Brooke Young

November 21, 2019

Ashland Symphony Orchestra’s, Family Holiday Pops will be returning again on Sunday, Dec. 1 at 7:30 p.m. The Ashland High School A Capella Choir, the Hillsdale Choir, the Opus ll Dance Studio and the Ashland Regional Ballet will be performing. Holiday Pops is intended to be a “multi-sensory”...

Campo and Miller lead community discussion

Left to right: Ashland Mayor Matt Miller, Ashland Source reporter Tracy Leturgey and AU President Carlos Campo have a discussion with community members at Uniontown Brewery on Nov. 13.

Avaerie Fitzgerald, MANAGING EDITOR OF THE COLLEGIAN

November 21, 2019

“We rise and fall together,” Mayor of Ashland Matt Miller said to the crowd of community members and campus leaders that were gathering at Uniontown Brewery in Downtown Ashland. The Ashland Source hosted an event featuring Miller and President of AU, Dr. Carlos Campo on Wednesday, Nov. 13. The...

Loudonville High School student creates app

Loudonville High School student creates app

Grace Scarberry

November 21, 2019

Since he was 5 years old, Christopher Paterson, a Loudonville High School freshman, has been helping his family start a local non-profit business called MUGS. He has recently created a free app that will help aid his family and the community with their fundraising in order to jumpstart the company. “The...

Veterans for Peace program hosted at AU

Mary Powell served in the Vietnam War as a Nurse for internal medicine from 1967-1971.

Mason Jones

November 21, 2019

On the eleventh hour of the eleventh day of the eleventh month in 1918, the war known as the Great War was brought to a halt. An armistice was signed bringing all global conflict involved in the war to an end. It has been 101 years since the armistice was signed, which was called Armistice Day for...

Goldberry Roasting opens doors

Goldberry Roasting opens doors

Sean Clark

October 29, 2019

On Wednesday, Oct. 30 from 7 a.m. to 2 p.m. the new coffee shop, Goldberry Roasting, is opening to the general public. Goldberry Roasting is a new coffee shop located at 1310 Claremont Ave. run by Doug and Pete Cooper. The father and son duo sell coffee to businesses getting them the perfect coffee...

Renovations at Park Street Church

Park Street Church will renovate their sanctuary in the spring of 2021.

Grace Scarberry

October 24, 2019

The sanctuary and gym of Park Street Brethren Church in Ashland are currently undergoing renovations in order to create a more adequate place of worship. “Our church has been blessed to experience significant growth in the last few years, especially among young families,” said Nate Bebout, senior...

Business Spotlight: Eva’s Treats

Eva’s Treats allows you to create your own dish with your choice of frozen yogurt and put your own toppings on it. This dish is made with salted caramel corn flavored yogurt, chocolate caramel turtle candies, crushed peanuts, and marshmallow cream.

Nate Powalie

September 30, 2019

It’s a hot summer afternoon on the campus of AU and students are flocking down to a popular frozen yogurt and custard shop. Eva’s Treats, located at 601 Claremont Avenue, is about a five to ten-minute walk from the main campus. What Eva’s is most known for is their frozen yogurt and custard,...

Ashland County Fair wraps up for the year

Ashland County Fair wraps up for the year

Brooke Young, Nik Demers, and Hannah Witteman

September 22, 2019

While strolling around the fair, which ran from Sept. 15-21, there were many different forms of entertainment and educational opportunities happening for the community. Among the forms of entertainment were animal barns, fair rides, vendors and fair food, hobbies and craft buildings, as well as mus...

Suicide prevention and awareness walk

Suicide prevention and awareness walk

Gracie Wilson, MANAGING EDITOR OF AU-LIVE

September 18, 2019

The Suicide Prevention Coalition of Ashland County is hosting a suicide prevention and awareness walk on Sunday, Sept. 29 at 1:30 p.m. at AU. “We like to say that ‘suicide prevention is everyone’s business,’” David Ross, associate director of the Mental Health and Recovery Board of Ashland...