Kingston News

  • THE PHIL: Kim Corben trumpets successful state of orchestra

    Plymouth Philharmonic Orchestra Executive Director Kim Corben said changes to the organization in the past few years have paved the way for success.
  • Road to Responsibility opens first home in Kingston

    KINGSTON – All they want is a place in the community, a place where they can pursue their hobbies and play their favorite sports.They also wouldn’t mind finding a good local Chinese food restaurant nearby.Road to Responsibility is opening its first group home in Kingston – its 47th overall – a move that’s exciting for the three young men chosen to live there and exciting for the Marshfield-based organization’s president and CEO, Chris [...]
  • March Music Madness

    March Music Madness: 7 p.m. March 29, Carver High School, 60 South Meadow Road, Carver. Fundraiser for the Carver Music Boosters Scholarship.
  • Kingston Board of Health to require private haulers to recycle

    KINGSTON – New regulations will require that customers of private trash haulers in town have to recycle, just like residents who take their trash and recyclables to the transfer station.The new regulations were adopted in November by the Kingston Board of Health, the town department that issues private hauler permits, and go into effect Saturday, April 15.Health Agent Henny Walters said most cities and towns in the area have adopted similar regulations. The [...]
  • Tax-form donations fuel select charitable causes

    More than $1 million in state income tax refunds goes to fund special causes each year, the result of taxpayers voluntarily checking off donation boxes on their tax forms.
  • Mass. nearing lofty cancer-screening goal

    Massachusetts is poised to become the first state in the nation to meet an ambitious new cancer-screening goal, but medical experts say there is still work to do.