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.
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.
Abington businesses impacted financially by the COVID-19 pandemic can apply for a state grant up to $75,000 starting December 31.
A number of Abington’s clergy and civic leaders have come together to produce a video that touches upon the town’s abolitionist past, while pledging to be a place of inclusion, love, and justice.
Abington Community Access & Media has made a number of new episodes of "Community Chat" available. The show, which features local newsmakers, is hosted by ACAM Executive Director Kevin Tocci.
Joe LaPointe and his wife Kaitlyn founded the Abington Strong Fund to help the Abington Food Pantry and those in need due to the COVID-19 economic slowdown