Located along the banks of the Ohio River where the Bluegrass State meets neighboring Ohio and West Virginia, Ashland serves as an important economic center for northeast Kentucky. Ashland, together with Huntington, West Virginia, and Ironton, Ohio, form a vibrant metropolitan Tri-State area of more than 300,000 people, making this area not only culturally alive, but also culturally diverse.
Surrounded by the rolling foothills of the Appalachian Mountains, Ashland enjoys the breathtaking beauty of mountains as a backdrop. Appalachian arts, history, crafts, music and culture are celebrated and honored at festivals, museums, arts centers and historic sites including the Highland Museum and Discovery Center, national Kentucky Folk Arts Center, Coal Miners Museum, and Mountain HomePlace, an actual Civil-War-Era working farm as it was from 1850-1875.
Southern charm, a low cost-of-living, and great ambiance make Ashland a great place to work and relax away from the rush of the big city.
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