ASHLAND, Ore. – The City of Ashland chose a new city manager. Joseph Lessard has been selected as Ashland’s first City Manager since a Charter Amendment was passed by the voters in a Special Election in May 2020, changing the ...

ASHLAND, Ore. – The finance director for the City of Ashland is resigning. This comes shortly after the temporary city manager and the city attorney announced their resignations. NBC5 News is told Melanie Purcell is no longer with the City ...

ASHLAND, Ore. — A new ‘Social Equity and Racial Justice Commission’ was unanimously approved by Ashland City Council tonight. The purpose of the new commission is to find ways to support people of color and the LGBTQ+ community by getting ...

ASHLAND, Ore. РThe City of Ashland is preparing for fire season by educating residents on safety. For each of the next 4 months, the fire department is focusing on one topic that residents can do right now. April is all ...

ASHLAND, Ore. — The Ashland City Council unanimously voted to pass Mayor Julie Akins Race and Social Equity Commission. The commission consists of a 7 member panel including community leaders with backgrounds in race and social equity work. Commissioners would ...

ASHLAND, Ore.- Tonight, a group of demonstrators took to the streets of Ashland. They are demanding new resources for the homeless population. The demonstrations are scheduled to continue through the holiday. The group, called “Housing Now!” has been demonstrating since ...

, ASHLAND, Ore. – Yet another victim of the pandemic, an Ashland Historic Landmark closes its doors Sunday. Peerless Hotel in Ashland operated within the Railroad District for 26 years. “Time moves forward and so does the uniqueness of this ...

ASHLAND, Ore.– The City of Ashland is holding off on assigning a new city manager Tuesday night’s council meeting. During the meeting, the city council was asked whether to appoint Adam Hanks, the current interim city administrator, to the city ...

ASHLAND, Ore.– The City of Ashland is projecting a $6 million shortfall from two of its major revenue sources. With the coronavirus pandemic drying up virtually all the tourism and entertainment dollars in the city, forecasts are showing some dire ...

ASHLAND, Ore.– Ashland residents will soon be deciding whether an $8.2 million bond should pass in the May primary election. The bond will be mostly focused on renovating the 100-year-old city hall, $1 million of it will go to fixing ...

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