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By Bradford Randall On Friday, July 19th, 2013
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BOH endorses ‘special commission’ to study adverse heath impacts from turbines, notifies governor

TOWN HOUSE- Kingston’s Board of Health (BOH) has unanimously voted to endorse state legislation to further investigate the possible adverse health impacts of wind turbines, prompting a written BOH letter in More...

By admin On Sunday, May 19th, 2013
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BAD MOVE BEARS: AG complaint alleges BOH violated open meeting law, took illegal gifts

  KINGSTON- Only an hour after the Kingston Board of Health (BOH) recessed their April 22 public hearing on shadow-flicker—the BOH was back in session at a Kingston bar, with a quorum, dining next to More...

By Bradford Randall On Thursday, March 7th, 2013
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Joseph Casna, Elaine Fiore join crowded race for 3-year BOS seat at last minute

TOWN HOUSE- Joseph Casna (pictured) has pulled nomination papers and will seek a second term on the Board of Selectmen (BOS), joining a field populated by four other candidates which now includes Finance Committee More...

By Bradford Randall On Wednesday, February 20th, 2013
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Joseph Rebello will be on April’s ballot for selectman, returns nomination papers

TOWN HOUSE- Ex-Kingston Police Chief Joseph Rebello has returned nomination papers with Town Clerk Mary Lou Murzyn and will be on this April’s town-election ballot as a candidate for the three-year Board More...

By Bradford Randall On Wednesday, February 13th, 2013
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(VIDEO) Selectman Gleason’s tearful farewell to Kingston

TOWN HOUSE- With tears in his eyes, Ron Gleason thanked his family, friends and supporters on Tuesday night as the embattled selectman sat in on his last meeting in the Kingston Town House. Gleason is resigning More...

By Bradford Randall On Wednesday, February 13th, 2013
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Bill Watson pulls papers for 1-year Planning Board seat; BOH race becomes contested

TOWN HOUSE- William “Bill” Watson has become the first candidate to pull papers to the soon-to-be-vacant Planning Board seat of Ron Gleason, who will be resigning effective Friday. Watson, who pulled More...

By Bradford Randall On Friday, February 8th, 2013
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Casna asks Ruiz to shut down KWI Turbine during Winter Storm Nemo

KINGSTON- Joseph Casna, the Chairman of Kingston’s Board of Health, has contacted Kially Ruiz requesting that the Kingston Wind Independence (KWI) Turbine be “shutdown” for the duration of Winter More...

By Bradford Randall On Wednesday, February 6th, 2013
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Sapir warns of “negative effects” after Calter talks turbines with concerned residents

TOWN HOUSE- David Kennedy, a candidate for selectman and a resident of Copper Beech Drive, took to the podium Monday night to relay a meeting between citizens concerned about Kingston’s wind turbines and state More...

By Bradford Randall On Wednesday, January 30th, 2013
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KINGSTON DECIDES 2013: April ballot now beginning to take shape

KINGSTON- Nomination papers for town offices have been available with the Town Clerk for over two weeks, leading to a slower pace of new entries to the field of candidates vying for positions in April’s upcoming More...

By Bradford Randall On Wednesday, January 30th, 2013
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James Judge is latest target in complaint to Mass. State Ethics Commission

TOWN HOUSE- James Judge, Kingston’s assistant assessor, confirmed rumors this afternoon that he is the latest target in a flurry of recent complaints against town officials over the past six weeks. James More...