Here’s a sampling of what’s in this week’s print edition of the Kingston Times, available now (right now!) on newsstands:
A nonprofit advocacy group wants to issue community IDs for Kingstonians who don’t have other forms of proof of who they are.
Momentum is building for moving police headquarters to Midtown.
The comprehensive plan committee selects Dan Shuster as its consultant. It’s a $100K win for the longtime local planner.
William B. Rhoads tells the tale of a splendid city home from 1876, now in need of some TLC.
Kingston High’s “Chemistry for Artists” class melds the humanities with science.