Kingston News


  • Sacred Heart School names new board treasurer


    Sacred Heart School announced that Sister Francesca O’Regan will again serve as treasurer of the board of directors for the upcoming academic year.O’Regan, who has been a member of the Sacred Heart board of directors since its inception, belongs to the Sisters of Divine Providence in Kingston. Prior to entering the community, she was secretary to Judge Joseph Cotton in the Land Court of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts for a period of eight years. In the past, [...]
  • SELECTMEN'S NOTES: Selectmen support Macy's


    KINGSTON – Fearing Kingston could lose the Macy’s store at the Kingston Collection, selectmen are sending a letter of support to the company explaining the importance to the community of keeping the local store open.The Kingston store is being considered for closure based on performance, according to Selectman Jean Landis Naumann, who said she spoke with the manager of the Kingston Macy’s.According to Town Administrator Robert Fennessy, Kingston Collection [...]
  • Project Arts summer concert


    Aug. 31: The Adam Ezra Group
  • MAYFLOWER MINUTE: A worthy challenge


    An anonymous donor has offered a challenge.
  • Wedding Documentation Days at Pilgrim Hall Museum


    Wedding Documentation days will be held from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Thursday, Sept. 1, and Sunday, Sept. 25, in Pilgrim Hall Museum, 75 Court St., Plymouth, in the museum's Steinway Library. Members of the public are invited to take in photographs and other materials of any Plymouth wedding, whether from their grandparents' day or today, to be examined by the museum's archival team, documented and digitized.
  • Silver Lake students help their school


    Shoppers can fill their carts with groceries and benefit their local high school at the same time.