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By Bradford Randall On Tuesday, July 16th, 2013
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WHO’S THE BOSS? Jack Breen, Toni Cushman express frustrations with Planning Board

TOWN HOUSE- As the Kingston Wind Independence (KWI) Turbine stands idle—in need of repairs after a direct strike from a lightening bolt—some Board of Health (BOH) members are publicly voicing fears that More...

By Bradford Randall On Wednesday, June 26th, 2013
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FUNKY KINGSTON? Officials pushing for pot-shop moratorium to steer away dispensaries

TOWN HOUSE- It’s been nearly eight months since Massachusetts voters resoundingly approved the legalization of medical marijuana, opening the door for construction of “pot pharmacies,” but More...

By Bradford Randall On Tuesday, June 25th, 2013
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[VIDEO] Planning Board wants flicker regulation, sending turbine debate to town meeting

TOWN HOUSE- Kingston’s center of political gravity, the Planning Board, is sending the ongoing debate about shadow-flicker regulation to a town meeting with a recommendation allowing no more than 30 hours More...

By Bradford Randall On Monday, June 17th, 2013
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PUPPETMASTER: KWI’s co-manager giving marching orders to Pine duBois, Mark Beaton

KINGSTON- Many have suspected it for months, but now a June 14th email–sent out by Kingston Wind Independence (KWI) Turbine-co manager Kially Ruiz–confirms that KWI’s opinionated co-manager has More...

By Bradford Randall On Thursday, April 4th, 2013
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“A SIGN OF FINANCIAL STABILITY” Kingston officials lauded for S&P rating increase

TOWN HOUSE- Standard & Poor’s has given Kingston officials something to smile about this spring as an increased bond rating -handed down by the finance giant- has placed Kingston in an elite class of towns. “It’s More...

By Bradford Randall On Thursday, April 4th, 2013
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(VIDEO) KJ.com and Kingston’s shadow-flicker zone go primetime on WBZ-TV

Kingston’s shadow flicker went primetime last night as  newsman Bill Shields, of Boston’s CBS affiliate and KingstonJournal.com media partner WBZ-TV, introduced his viewers to citizen complaints surrounding More...

By Bradford Randall On Monday, February 25th, 2013
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(VIDEO) “MARK BEATON, WHERE’S THE FLICKER STUDY?”

TOWN HOUSE- The drama at last week’s Board of Health (BOH) meeting climaxed soon after Mark Beaton, the Chairman of Kingston’s Green Energy Committee, wrapped up his comments on Thursday night. “We More...

By Bradford Randall On Wednesday, February 20th, 2013
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(VIDEO ONLY @ KJ.com) Doreen Reilly files zoning-violation complaint against KWI

TOWN HOUSE- KingstonJournal.com was on the scene yesterday when Leland Road-resident Doreen Reilly filed a complaint against the Kingston Wind Independence (KWI) Turbine citing multiple zoning violations that were first More...

By Bradford Randall On Wednesday, February 20th, 2013
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Board of Health to discuss wind turbines tomorrow evening at 5PM in Town House

TOWN HOUSE- Wind turbines are on the agenda of tomorrow evening’s Board of Health (BOH) meeting, which has led at least one BOH member go on the record hoping for a turbine shutdown tomorrow. “I hope More...

By Bradford Randall On Tuesday, January 22nd, 2013
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Boncek complaint gets response from Kingston’s top brass

TOWN HOUSE- Peter Boncek’s formal complaint against Christine Haas, the department secretary of the Kingston Town Planner’s office, has solicited a response from Acting-Town Adminstrator Nancy Howlett, More...