Abington welcomes two new firefighters, the school committee finalizes its budget, a truck ban on Summit Road, and Town Meeting approaches
Bud's Goods & Provisions, Abington's first recreational marijuana shop, opens for business Monday morning
Abington stands to receive about $1.6 million in federal funding over the next two years, which could allow the town to escape the pandemic, and its economic impacts, without major layoffs or program and service cuts.
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.
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.
The Baker Administration and state DPH owes town's like Abington an apology and explnation.
Abington officials are leaning towards moving the town’s police dispatch operations to a regional center in Holbrook.
Abington held its first COVID-19 vaccination clinic Wednesday. It's ready to hold more; they just need the doses.
COVID-19 vaccinations are underway for Abington's first responders, although not all plan to receive them right away.
Abington's Fire Chief said this week that the former New England Art Factory building is up to code.