Latest Kingston, Massachusetts Stories
By JENNIFER SANTOS PLYMOUTH Long before it was cool to be green, students from Sacred Heart High School in Kingston were doing their part for the environment. The tradition began in 1989 when two students formed Globally Responsible Environmentally Aware Network, or GREAN.
By EDWARD B. COLBY Kingston A new nonprofit has ambitious plans to raise $90,000 to buy 144 new computers for Kingston's K-6 schools. The Kingston Education Foundation, formed in July, is focused short-term on filling a pressing need at Kingston Elementary School and Kingston Intermediate School.
By EDWARD B. COLBY WORKING TOGETHER AND HAVING FUN KINGSTON Kingston youngsters Andrew Burke, Desmond Core, Michael Donovan and Joe Manning spent a good chunk of time cooperatively constructing their massive entry in a sand castle contest at Gray's Beach.
By EDWARD B. COLBY KINGSTON - Local environmental groups plan to sue federal and state regulators and the city of Brockton, alleging violations of the federal Clean Water Act and mismanagement of water resources in Southeastern Massachusetts.
By JULIE JETTE KINGSTON - A Kingston Intermediate School teacher fired last year after accusations she improperly helped students taking the MCAS exam has returned to work in the Silver Lake Regional School District.
- A person who stands up for something, as contrasted to a bystander who remains inactive.
- One of the upright handlebars on a traditional Inuit sled.