Kingston News

  • 'Arts Tell a Story' vacation camp for kids

    South Shore Conservatory will present vacation camp, The Arts Tell a Story, for students ages 3 to 6, at SSC's Hingham campus at One Conservatory Drive.
  • Interact with the new pothole tracking map by MassDOT

    The Massachusetts Department of Transportation (MassDOT) is expanding its pothole information program, which includes an online database, but it could take months to show the roads around Boston.The MassDOT promotes the website as a user-friendly map of pothole locations. The website provides the size of reported potholes, the number of potholes MassDOT has filled, the cost of repairing each pothole and the material used to fill each pothole. [...]
  • Children's Vacation Camp at Soule Homestead

    Children's Vacation Camp: 9 a.m. to noon, Feb. 20-24, Soule Homestead, 46 Soule St., Middleborough. This program is for children ages 4-6.
  • Hingham defeats Sacred Heart on “High School Quiz Show”

    HINGHAM – The students at Hingham High School triumphed over Sacred Heart in Kingston on WGBH’s "High School Quiz Show" on Saturday night. Hingham came out with a dominant 615 points and Sacred Heart scored 335. The two teams faced off at a live taping in January at WGBH studios in Boston, competing for a chance to move into the semifinals. The episode was aired Saturday night. Hingham High School’s team will compete against the winner of the [...]
  • Kids Week at Pilgrim Hall Museum

    Kids Week at Pilgrim Hall Museum, 75 Court St., Plymouth. Kicks off at 1 p.m. Feb. 19 with demonstration on front steps by members of the colonial militia re-enactment group, the New Plimmoth Gard, in 17th-century costume, firing musket volleys and sharing tips about historical role-playing.
  • Gallery Talk by Andrew Kusmin

    “Cinderella's Throne” by Plymouth-based watercolor artist Andrew Kusmin will be on display at the 2017 New England Watercolor Society's annual Signature Members Show, Jan. 31 through Feb. 26 at the Guild of Boston Artists, located at 162 Newbury St. in Boston. Kusmin will offer a gallery talk at 2 p.m. Sunday, Feb. 19.