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Melinda Foster plans to open "Sugar Fix Bakery" on England Street in Ashland.

Ashland’s ‘Sugar Fix’ is about to be fulfilled

Posted on December 24, 2014 at 11:22 am

For many years, Melinda Foster, a mother of six, worked out of her Rockville home or took care of the kids, but always had a passion for whipping up cookies or cakes for special family occasions. Now, she’s opening up “Sugar Fix Bakery” on England Street, which is expected to open sometime in January.

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