Abington Town Manager Scott Lambiase has formed a new Inspectional Services Department with Marty Golightly as its head.
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
This week's preview includes selectmen honoring Fred Villa and considering a moratorium on door-to-door solicitations.
It's Thanksgiving Week in a year there hasn't been much to be thankful for.
An abbreviated Week Ahead looks at tonight's Summer Street Planning Board meeting, Tuesday's Special Town Meeting, and more.
The number of Abington residents testing positive for COVID-19 has more than doubled in a week, and town health officials are blaming the spike partly on people with symptoms going out in public.
No known outbreak among store employees The Abington WalMart is closed Thursday for a deep cleaning, according to the company. It is scheduled to reopen on Friday. "Out of an abundance of caution, we’ve temporarily closed our Abington Walmart Store…
COVID-19 caes in Abington continue to grow, while businesses are lukewarm on enforcing a new mandatory mask order from the Board of Health.
Abington residents, workers urged to don masks in stores As the number of COVID-19 cases peak in Massachusetts, Abington’s health agent is asking both customers and shoppers to wear masks inside retail stores. “The information on COVID-19 is rapidly changing…
A sign letting people know that the Plymouth Street Little League field is closed to the public due to the COVID-19 pandemic. It’s April, it’s springtime, and it hasn't snowed in four days (and counting). But town health officials are…