Live coverage of the July 26 Abington Board of Selectmen's meeting.
Monday's selectmen's meeting felt like an awards show with a number of people receiving commendations for their work on behalf of the community.
A number of former Boston Bruin players and TV news personalities will be on hand Saturday for the annual HUG Foundation Celebrity Softball Tournament.
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 top police union official says multiple cops are ready to transfer out, but town officials say that's not likely.
Abington selectmen Monday night apprioved a Host Communty Agreement with a Brockton businessman looking to grow, manufacture, and sell adult-use marijuana in town.
More than a dozen businesses are temporarily shut down after Abington officials found a “lengthy list” list of worrisome safety violations at a North Quincy Street property.
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.
National Grid will be replacing all of Abington's streetlights with new LED bulbs, saving the town money, and the utility company power.
Selectmen on Monday voted to waive licensing fees for restaurants and bars for the upcoming year in an effort to help them survive the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic.