News updates for Abington from May 5
Schools dropping test-to-stay and contact tracing for at-home testing
Abington schools will take advantage of a new state program providing at home antigen tests for families.
COVID numbers break new record; expected to climb higher
The number of positive COVID-19 cases continues to explode
WEEK AHEAD: A new year, school budget hearing, charter review discussions; finance, assessors, conservation boards to meet
Abington's week ahead features growing COVID numbers and meetings
Abington’s COVID numbers hit record high; no new mandates planned
Abington will finish 2021 with its highest level of known COVID cases since the start of the pandemic
‘A waste of time, energy, and resources’
Local leaders from across the region, including Abington, launched a broadside against the Baker Administration Thursday saying the state’s decision to eliminate town-organized vaccination clinics threatens the safety of vulnerable populations.
EDITORIAL: Baker, DPH owes towns an apology, explanation
The Baker Administration and state DPH owes town's like Abington an apology and explnation.
WEEK AHEAD: Vaccine clinics; budget talks; storm prep; planning, health, assessors, capital planning boards meet
ABINGTON'S WEEK AHEAD: Vaccine clinics; budget talks; storm prep; planning, health, assessors, capital planning boards meet
WEEK AHEAD: Back-to-school; Planning, Health, School boards meet; Top 10 stories
This week in Abington includes students returning back to school; health, planning, and school board meetings, and more.
Grant program for Abington businesses starts Thursday
Abington businesses impacted financially by the COVID-19 pandemic can apply for a state grant up to $75,000 starting December 31.
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