It's Thanksgiving Week in a year there hasn't been much to be thankful for.
Abington will soon be able to permit up to five retail marijuana operations under an updated zoning bylaw overwhelmingly approved by Town Meeting Tuesday night.
The proponents behind a 156-unit housing development off Summer Street suddenly withdrew the project Monday night following more than two hours of comments, questions, and criticisms from the public.
An abbreviated Week Ahead looks at tonight's Summer Street Planning Board meeting, Tuesday's Special Town Meeting, and more.
Boy Scouts of America Troop 41 will be running the Abington Food Drive this Saturday.
Neighbors and proponents will get another chance Monday night to weigh in on a 156-unit apartment complex proposed for land next to the MBTA commuter rail station.
Abington’s classrooms are opening back up Thursday for the first time in more than two weeks after they were closed in an effort to stop COVID-19 from spreading in the town’s schools.
The text of In Flanders Fields, by John McCrae.
Town Clerk Leanne Adams thanks all those who helped make Election Day a success.
Abington Selectmen on Monday night will discuss whether to reduce the number of people needed to hold next week's Special Town Meeting.