Category: Informational

Items that do not fall in notices or events, but serve to provide information to the public

Events Informational

Ashby Land Trust presents: Ecologist Tom Wessels on Reading the Forested Landscape – 6/20/2023 at 6pm (Virtual Session)

This session will be conducted virtually. Access the meeting online using Zoom. Meeting ID: 861 9713 2475 Passcode: 455218 Ecologist Tom Wessels will be joining us by Zoom  to “Read… the Forested Landscape”.  Tom has been studying New England forests for over three decades and can tell you things about the history of our local […]


(Updated) Job Posting – Assistant and Substitute Librarians at the Ashby Free Public Library

The Ashby Free Public Library has openings for assistant and substitute Librarians. These arepart-time positions with limited hours ranging from 4 to 6 hours/week, dependent upon staffingneeds. There are no benefits that accompany these positions. Minimum requirements include a High School Diploma, an enthusiasm for working with the public and the ability to organize materials. […]


Ashby Charitable Funding Committee is Accepting Applications

The Ashby Charitable Funding Committee is chartered with the distribution of funds to public, local charities and non-profit organizations in Ashby, in support of the Town and people of Ashby. Project funding requests are through an application process. The Committee will review the request and determine the funding amount. Amount funded can be impacted by […]


Townsend Recreation Summer Jobs and Part-Time Assistant Recreation Director

Check out these jobs, courtesy of Townsend Recreation Department: Assistant Recreation Director Summer Rec Counselor (5-7 open positions) Lead Sports Summer Rec Counselor An employment application can be found at Full Job Descriptions can be found at Submit your Employment Application for consideration to Emy Hoff, Recreation Director at


Town of Ashby’s Quarterly Aggregation Report for Q4 2022

The Ashby Community Choice Power Supply Program is a municipal aggregation program which enables local government to combine the purchasing power of its residents and businesses so that it can provide them with an alternative electricity supply. The Program only affects the supply portion of your monthly bill and not the delivery portion. Information is […]

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