A 12′ 6″ truck goes under an 11′ 7″ bridge. Now it’s an 11’7″ truck.
KINGSTON – Good things just keep coming for Silver Lake baseball teams. In this case take a look at the Silver Lake 13-year-old Babe Ruth All-Star team, which looks to have secured a spot in the final four of the Eastern Massachusetts State Final tournament being played at Adams Field in Quincy.
KINGSTON – The Massachusetts Tournament of Champions (MTOC) is a season-ending tournament that brings together groups of champions from participating town-based travel soccer leagues, boys and girls, from across the state. There are 10 individual state leagues which participate in MTOC, and each league has their own playoff system that sends it’s champion to the MTOC.
This year, Kingston Youth Soccer sent four different teams to the MTOC, which was held late last month.
A former Plymouth police sergeant was sentenced on Monday for using excessive force on an arrestee and covering up his actions by falsifying police reports related to the incident.
BOSTON — The state supreme court on Thursday upheld a decision requiring 11 J.M. Hollister clothing stores in Massachusetts, including one in Kingston, to make their entrances accessible to people with disabilities.
The Supreme Judicial Court refused the company’s request to overturn a Superior Court judge’s decision that was upheld last year by the Appeals Court.
Kingston Independence turbine exceeds state’s noise threshold during study – Wicked Local Kingston – Kingston, MA
The Kingston Independence wind turbine violated the state’s noise policy two of the nights sound samples were taken as part of an acoustical monitoring study, according to an interim report.
The turbine’s sound levels exceeded the state Department of Environmental Protection (DEP) noise threshold of 10 decibels over background during sampling March 2 and 15 at the 13 Schofield Road monitoring site, according to the interim report released Tuesday by DEP to the Kingston Board of Health and a list of other interested parties.
To view the interim report, go to http://www.mass.gov/eea/docs/dep/energy/wind/kwicvletinterimreport0714.pdf
Final goodbyes will be said Monday for beloved former Kingston police chief Joe Robello, tragically killed in a motorcycle accident in Vermont one week ago.
A celebration of Rebello’s life will be held at the Indian Pond Country Club in Kingston at 11:00 a.m., and everyone is encouraged to wear Hawaiian attire.
Burial will be private.
Former Kingston Police Chief Joe Rebello was killed in an accident in Vermont Sunday morning. The news has been reported by Kingston Police Sgt. Susan Munford.
Here is the statement that Munford made Sunday afternoon on the Town Locals – Kingston Facebook page.
“It is with the deepest sorrow that the Kingston Police Department announces the death of Retired Kingston Police Chief Joseph Rebello. Chief Rebello was killed in a motorcycle accident this morning in Vermont. Vermont State Police report that Chief Rebello was riding with three other motorcyclists when a motor vehicle traveling in the opposite direction crossed the center line, hitting at least two of the motorcyclists head on. Our thoughts and prayers go out to his wife, Kathy, and children, Devin and Michael. Rest easy Chief.”
Kingston Detective Sgt. Robert Wells was appointed by selectmen Tuesday night as a provisional police lieutenant to fill the role vacated by Police Chief Maurice Splaine when he was promoted.