Kingston News





  • Eight things to know about Earth Day


    It’s Earth Day’s is 48th birthday. The first Earth Day held April 22, 1970 was marked by peaceful demonstrations by some 20 million Americans in support of environmental protection and reform. It sparked the political change needed to create the EPA and the passage of landmark legislation including the Clean Air, Clean Water, and the Endangered Species Act.In the nearly five decades since it was first celebrated in parks, on streets and college campuses across the U.S., [...]
  • Candidate for Kingston Board of Assessors, Daniel Joseph Harlow


    Office sought: Board of Assessors
  • Priscilla Beach Theatre to present 'The Last Five Years'


    “The Last Five Years” performances: May 4-6 and 10-12, Priscilla Beach Theatre, 800 Rocky Hill Road, Plymouth.
  • New Town Administrator Tom Calter to officially start May 14


     KINGSTON – New Town Administrator and Rep. Tom Calter, D-Kingston, signed a three-year contract with the Board of Selectmen Friday that both sides say is fair to the town.Calter will be retiring as state representative and is officially scheduled to start in Kingston May 14. However, Calter requested that he unofficially start tomorrow, April 21, on his own time at no cost to the town so he can begin transitioning by learning the ropes from Interim Town [...]
  • KINGSTON PUBLIC LIBRARY LISTINGS: April 13


    The Kingston Public Library is located at 6 Green St.
  • Kingston police log for March 25-31


    The following are excerpts from the Kingston police log for Sunday, March 25, through Saturday, March 31. The log is public record and available for review. All persons are presumed innocent unless found guilty in a court of law.Sunday, March 258:11 a.m.: Larceny was reported on Crystal Drive.3:25 p.m.: Trespassing was reported on Main Street.5:45 p.m.: A motor vehicle accident was reported at Main Street and Route 3.Monday, March 265:20 a.m. [...]