Kingston Mother Leads Group Asking FDA To Approve Muscular Dystrophy DrugA Kingston mother is in Washington D.C. this week, where she is leading a group of a couple hundred people to ask the FDA to allow them access to a drug they say will save their children's lives.
Carmela's Restaurant In Kingston Badly Damaged By FireCustomers were inside the Italian restaurant when flames broke out.
Whale Stranded Off Kingston ShoreA whale that became stranded off the coast of Kingston Monday afternoon is now free.
Kingston Organization Raises $7,000 To Send School Uniforms To OrphansMore than 300 school uniforms are on the way to orphans in Africa thanks to the efforts of Kingston students and a local organization.
Charity Seeks Help Shipping Uniforms Donated By Kingston StudentsA Kingston school donated thousands of uniforms to a charity whose mission is to help orphans in Africa go to school.
Independence Mall In Kingston Evacuated After Hazmat IncidentThe Independence Mall in Kingston was evacuated Tuesday due to a hazmat incident.
MBTA Restores Weekend Service On 3 Commuter Rail Lines The MBTA says it is restoring weekend service to three commuter rail lines because of customer demand.
Generator Causes CO Emergency In Kingston HomeFive people were rushed to the hospital Thursday morning after a carbon monoxide emergency at a home in Kingston.
South Shore Oyster Beds Closed Over Possible Bacteria ContaminationMassachusetts health and fishery officials have closed several oyster beds on the South Shore because of potential bacteria contamination.
URI Ends Campus Lockdown, No Gunman FoundA student recording a lecture captured the moment that started the lockdown. A man is heard saying "I'm a nice guy. I'm a nice guy."
Wind Turbine Flicker Effect Irritates Kingston NeighborhoodOn a clear evening, the rotating blades create a constant moving shadow on homes and trees. Residents have been battling the town for months, but to no avail.
National Guard, Local EMTs Help Deliver Blizzard BabiesWhile almost everything shuts down in a blizzard, some events just can’t wait. Such was the case Saturday at 4:07 a.m., when Kingston Fire Chief Robert Heath says a woman gave birth to a baby girl.