Police Chief David Majenski will step down from day-to-day oversight of the Abington Police Department effective Dec. 31, and officially retire one year from today, according to an agreement between Majenski and the town.
Polls in Abington will be open Tuesday, Sept. 1, from 7 a.m. until 8 p.m. for the state primary election.
The Ames Nowell Master Plan Committee will meet Thursday to discuss its draft plan for the 700-acre state park.
Selectmen have ordered a series of corrective measures for a pair of Cleverly Street dogs that attacked a neighbor in June.
Selectmen wil hold a public listening session Monday night on potential impacts of climate change on Abington.
Abington voters can start casting ballots on Saturday, when early voting begins.
Selectmen have called a Special Town Meeting for October 19th in order to finalize town budget numbers and possibly take up other business that was pulled from the annual town meeting agenda in June.
Drivers may face detours on Gliniewicz Way as work progresses on the construction of a new protected bike lane, part of a Complete Street state grant.
Abington's first retail marijuana shop won't open until early next spring due to COVID-19-related delays, the store's top executive said Thursday.
Nighttime spraying to control the mosquito population is underway in a number of southeastern Massachusetts communities, but Abington is not one of them - yet.