After months of planning for the widely anticipated drive-thru Trick or Treat Trail at Island Grove, Abington Celebrates unfortunately had to cancel the October 24th event after strong advisement from the Health Department. Last week, due to the recent uptick…
AFD battles super-charged blaze When Abington firefighters arrived at Central Street Thursday, they immediately knew it wasn't a normal house fire. Not only was smoke visible from three corners of the two-story home, but smoke was also pouring out from…
Abington Firefighters quickly extinguished a fire under an MBTA commuter rail train Wednesday morning.
The memories and emotions remain strong one year after the loss of Deirdre, Alexis, Kathryn, and Nathaniel.
In a special column, Gerry Power reflects on the year since the loss of his daughter and three of his grandchildren.
Members of the Abington Celebrates committee (From left: Nancy Reid, Ken Coyle, Christie Coombs, Judy O'Bryan, Michele Christian and Doug Ulwick) (Photo by Emily Christian, 2019 Abington Celebrates Oktoberfest Weekend) The organizers of the Abington Celebrates committee have been hard…
Abington residents are being asked to conserve water after a major water main break at a treatment plant.
Town officials are waiting for guidance from the state before deciding whether there will be trick or treating in Abington.
Abington’s streets became a marathon course this weekend for nearly a dozen runners taking part in the Boston Athletic Association’s virtual Boston Marathon.
On the 19th anniversary of the Sept. 11 attacks, Christie Coombs writes about the day has changed in the era of COVID, while hoping the nation will again unite around common purpose.