Live coverage of the July 26 Abington Board of Selectmen's meeting.
Abington's week ahead features a possible new police chief soon, land auction on Aug. 10; volunteers needed; Baha Brothers playing Sunday; Rt. 18 weekend closure; police chief, housing, finance committees meet
Marshall Adams is out as Abington Building Commissioner after more than 10 years with the town.
Abington Town Manager discusses his first year as Town Manager, and the upcoming town budget, in the latest episode of Community Chat
Abington's top police union official says multiple cops are ready to transfer out, but town officials say that's not likely.
Selectmen Monday night are expected to vote on a pair of Host Community Agreements with two new adult-use marijuana operations that could generate hundreds of thousands of additional tax dollars annually.
Abington's week ahead includes things reopening, town budget, town elections, candidate news, marijuana job fair, North Quincy St; the planning, health, parks & rec, finance, housing, assessors boards meet
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.
Abington department heads have identified more than $25 million in capital needs that should be addressed over the next five years, not including . the cost of building a new central fire station.
Teachers can start getting signing up for vaccines March 11; changes in school committee candidates, town hall open again to the public, and more!