Abington officials are leaning towards moving the town’s police dispatch operations to a regional center in Holbrook.
Abington's week ahead includes more snow, no vaccines, and more retail marijuana talk.
ABINGTON'S WEEK AHEAD: Vaccine clinics; budget talks; storm prep; planning, health, assessors, capital planning boards meet
This week in Abington includes students returning back to school; health, planning, and school board meetings, and more.
Abington Selectman Jim Connolly will not seek re-election this spring; Selectman Tim Chapin will.
A Braintree company has officially requested one of Abington's three new retail adult-use marijuana permits.
This week in Abington, town hall rolls back its openings, the health and planning boards meet, the schools remain open, and Christmas festivities around town.
Scott Lambiase is officially Town Manager; Sue Moquin gets new title as well.
Selectmen on Monday voted to waive licensing fees for restaurants and bars for the upcoming year in an effort to help them survive the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic.
Monday's Special Town Meeting is in jeopardy after town lawyers say is isn't able to meet with a lowered quorum.