The rainiest July in recent memory has helped replenish reservoir levels but the water ban remains in effect - for now.
Kano, Abington's newest K-9 officer, will receive a bullet-proof vest courtesy of a Whitman specialty pet store.
Abington Town Manager Scott Lambiase has formed a new Inspectional Services Department with Marty Golightly as its head.
Live updates from the June 14 Abington Board of Selectmen's meeting
Abington's week ahead features a cooling station at the Senior Center, summer rec programming, Founder's Day Weekend, pot shop meeting; also the planning, health, selectmen, library, parks, playground, zoning boards to meet
Natural Agricultural Products - which is looking to open a new cannabis retail, wholesale, cultivation, and manufacturing operation on Route 18 - is holding a community tonight at 6 p.m.
Abington voters will be asked at Annual Town Meeting Monday night to consider a $59.7 million balanced budget, fire station design work, and a number of land use changes.
A victim of its own success, Abington's weekly food truck rodeo is being moved from Griffin's Dairy Park to the government complex at the end of Gliniewicz Way.
Abington's week ahead includes first week of operations for the first cannabis shop, Town Meeting & Budget votes; a junior class auction; selectmen, Griffin's Dairy, water, affordable housing trust, conservation, zoning, golf course committees to meet
Bud's Goods & Provisions, Abington's first recreational marijuana shop, opens for business Monday morning