Abington's week ahead includes tonight's selectmen's meeting, a possible charter review, and results of Sunday's cornhole tournament in support of veterans.
Abington Town Manager Scott Lambiase has formed a new Inspectional Services Department with Marty Golightly as its head.
Police Chief David Majenski will step down from day-to-day oversight of the Abington Police Department effective Dec. 31, and officially retire one year from today, according to an agreement between Majenski and the town.
Selectmen have called a Special Town Meeting for October 19th in order to finalize town budget numbers and possibly take up other business that was pulled from the annual town meeting agenda in June.
With temperatures soaring into the high 90s today, the Town of Abington has is opening the Senior Center as a "Cooling Center." In a release, Acting Town Manager Scott Lambiase, Council on Aging Director Suzanne Djusberg, and the Abington Police…
Abington residents are invited to gather in the name of social justice and anti-racism at a Black Lives Matter rally and vigil scheduled for Sunday afternoon at Memorial Field.
Abington restaurants are opening back up with new outdoor seating areas.
Abington selectmen could vote as soon as Monday night to temporarily reduce the number of registered voters needed to hold its Annual Town Meeting on June 22.
Health concerns, increased absentee voting, budget savings driving proposal, says Town Clerk Stock photo of voting booths at Hermosa Beach City Hall during California Primary. Abington's look different. But we don't have a photo of them. Yet. Selectmen on Monday…
Possible state aid cuts forcing Abington to revisit spending Abington officials are waiting for word from the state about possible cuts that will impact the town's budget. Big cuts to state aid and unknown expenses. Possible drops in excise and…