Kingston News

  • UPDATED MAP: Harvest, Halloween happenings for any age

    Whether you are looking for family-fun this fall or spooky and scary Halloween adventures, this list has something for you. Here is a compilation of events throughout the rest of October, to statisfy you craving for pumpkins, candy and more.Check out the interactive maps for the event closest to you, and then find the details below:  PYO, [...]
  • 2016 ELECTION: Daniel Pallotta is running for Plymouth County Commissioner

    They lead the oldest, arguably the original governmental entity of this region of the country – and even so, they are likely the most overlooked and often the most criticized public officials in Plymouth County: The Plymouth County Commissioners.There are three County Commissioners, each serving four-year terms, and this year two of the three seats on the Commission are up for grabs. Into the primary there were four candidates for these two positions: Democrats Greg Hanley, the [...]
  • Gregory Hanley is running for Plymouth County Commissioner

    Incumbent Democratic candidate for Plymouth County Commissioner, Gregory Hanley, likes to contrast his efforts – and those of his fellow Commissioners – with the leadership group that preceded them.
  • Scituate Animal Shelter appoints new executive director

    KINGSTON — The Scituate Animal Shelter recently announced the appointment of Maryann Regan, of Kingston, to the position of executive director of the animal welfare charity. Regan, who serves on the board of the New England Federation of Humane Societies, was most recently the director of shelter operations for the Animal Rescue League of Boston and received her master’s degree in community leadership from Duquesne University. Her background includes a certificate in Nonprofit [...]
  • Pilgrim Hall Museum October lectures

    Oct. 26, “The World in A Musket Ball,” battlefield archaeologist Daniel Sivilich
  • Project Outreach Drop-In Program

    A Drop-In Center will be held from 5 to 9 p.m. Wednesday, Oct. 26, hosted by Pastor Paul Jehle and the New Testament Church located at 1120 Long Pond Road in Plymouth.