Abington's week ahead includes first week of operations for the first cannabis shop, Town Meeting & Budget votes; a junior class auction; selectmen, Griffin's Dairy, water, affordable housing trust, conservation, zoning, golf course committees to meet
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.
This week in Abington includes students returning back to school; health, planning, and school board meetings, and more.
Abington Selectman Jim Connolly will not seek re-election this spring; Selectman Tim Chapin will.
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.
Some jingling change in the bottom of a dryer helped Abington Selectman Jim Connolly find a Rockland woman's missing wedding ring.