Kingston News

  • TRASH & RECYCLING: In Kingston, no go for pay as your throw

    If the Town Meeting vote is any indication, the Board of Selectmen won’t be pursuing a pay-as-you-throw trash disposal and recycling option for the town.
  • BUDGET: Kingston selectmen defend town administrator

    KINGSTON – The Finance Committee and Board of Selectmen agreed on a $43.3 million operating budget at Town Meeting Saturday after all.Not everyone was happy with the decision by voters to approve a budget with a $1.6 million increase. Tree Farm Estates resident Peter Boncek said spending is out of control.“We have a hiring freeze, and it seems like we are hiring more people than ever,” Boncek said, later adding, “This town is going nuts spending [...]
  • Kingston police log, May 29 to June 4

    The following are excerpts from the Kingston police log for Sunday, May 29, through Saturday, June 4. The log is public record and available for review. All persons are presumed innocent unless found guilty in a court of law.Sunday, May 296:23 a.m.: An animal complaint was made at Elm Street and Millgate Road.9:19 a.m.: A motor vehicle collision was reported on Route 3 Northbound.10:30 a.m.: A motor vehicle complaint was made on Kingston [...]
  • Kingston water restriction in place

    Due to limited water supply the Board of Water Commissioners has declared a voluntary water restriction effective immediately.
  • Kingston declares voluntary water restrictions

    KINGSTON -  The Board of Water Commissioners has declared voluntary water restrictions effective immediately, officials said.Outside water use will be restricted to odd-numbered days for odd-numbered houses and even-numbered days for even-numbered houses, officials said.The permitted hours, for outside use of water for all residents, are 6 to 8 a.m. and 5 to 7 p.m., officials said."Please help us conserve the water supply by obeying the water [...]
  • Free concerts Thursdays near Plymouth Rock

    June 16: Legion Bud Band