Kingston News

  • Massachusetts firefighters honored for bravery

    Thirty-three awards given to firefighters from 22 departments
  • Big Y anchor enhances Kingston shopping plaza

    It’s been a year since Big Y took over the Kingston Hannaford’s, and at a recent grand re-opening ceremony company officials shared the changes that have taken place.
  • A holiday history: Thanksgiving facts vs. myths

    The first Thanksgiving is steeped in lore and surrounded by myths. Here's a look at how the history of the holiday actually unfolded.
  • Photo ID now required to enter state McCormack Building

    Visitors to any of the state agencies in the McCormack Building across Bowdoin Street from the State House now have to show a photo ID to enter, part of a new policy that took effect Monday.Under the new visitor access policy, anyone without a state employee ID now must present a photo ID at the "security visitor management desk" in the lobby, the Division of Capital Asset Maintenance and Management said. The ID policy mirrors procedures in place at other city highrises and office [...]
  • Turkeys a conservation success story in Massachusetts

    For more than 100 years, there were no wild turkeys in Massachusetts.
  • Pilgrim faces more scrutiny for spent fuel panels

    Potential problems connected to the radioactive spent fuel pool at the Pilgrim Nuclear Power Station are once again the focus of federal regulators, who are questioning how the condition of two of the panels, installed to prevent nuclear fission from occurring, can be accurately tracked.