This week in Abington includes students returning back to school; health, planning, and school board meetings, and more.
Town Clerk Leanne Adams thanks all those who helped make Election Day a success.
Town officials are waiting for guidance from the state before deciding whether there will be trick or treating in Abington.
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.
Little is still known about the possible gun- related incident that left investigators collecting gun casings from Linwood Street.
Abington Police Deputy Chief Chris Cutter is disputing many findings and recommendations contained in a recent independent report on the department's operations and policies, questioning it's methodology, accuracy, quality, and even handedness specifically to department leadership.
A highly anticipated analysis of the Abington Police Department’s policies and operations determined that it overall performs well compared to other similar departments, but it also confirmed the existence of deep divisions within the department.
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.