A national developer is proposing to build a 236-unit affordable housing project on land next to the Abington commuter rail station.
Abington and Rockland’s water commissioners have instituted a “freeze” on all new requests for water pending the outcome of a system-wide capacity and storage study.
Abington's water department says it's moving quickly to implement new treatment strategies that will reduce the amount of potentially dangerous chemicals found in the water supply.
The broken water main at the Rockland water treatment plant has been fixed, but Abington residents are being asked to conserve water for one more day so tanks can refill.
The Board of Selectmen and Planning Board meet this week, while the school department is handling its first COVID case.
An outdoor water ban remains in effect for Abington (and Rockland) as demand remains high and work nears completion on the Myers Avenue water treatment plant. Home and business owners have been prohibited from watering their lawns and gardens since…
Abington Community Access & Media has made a number of new episodes of "Community Chat" available. The show, which features local newsmakers, is hosted by ACAM Executive Director Kevin Tocci.