Webster Timber Lanes has brought back its venerable youth bowling league.
Abington and Rockland’s water commissioners have instituted a “freeze” on all new requests for water pending the outcome of a system-wide capacity and storage study.
Abington selectmen Monday night apprioved a Host Communty Agreement with a Brockton businessman looking to grow, manufacture, and sell adult-use marijuana in town.
Selectmen Monday night are expected to vote on a pair of Host Community Agreements with two new adult-use marijuana operations that could generate hundreds of thousands of additional tax dollars annually.
Abington's week ahead includes things reopening, town budget, town elections, candidate news, marijuana job fair, North Quincy St; the planning, health, parks & rec, finance, housing, assessors boards meet
Abington selectmen are expected to launch an investigation Monday into 267 North Quincy St, which has been the site of growing storage and commercial activity.
[Due to a misunderstanding, we have updated the location of the accident] [Abington Police confirmed that the worker died from his injuries. They are withholding his name until family can be notified.] An employee at a North Quincy Street car…
The steel structure for the first building of the future Abington Industrial Park is up, and owner Peter Fiore hopes tenants will start moving into the Chestnut Street property this summer.
A GoFundMe page has been set up to help an Abington business owner who lost her home following an early morning fire on Sunday.
Abington's WEEK AHEAD: School plans, Town Elections, 9-1-1 dispatching, fish chowder, football season starts