Sunday afternoons were made for church discussions of community issues. This Kingston event proved a stimulating contribution not only to the national debate over policing strategies but to the local ones as well.
“The significance of that is that they are realizing they can step up and make a difference and aren’t leaving it to other people,” said the superintendent.
The Kingston High School varsity rowing team is streaking toward the end of another successful season, one in which they’ve competed against schools with more money to splash out on equipment and training. At Kingston High, rowing is a communal experience. Just don’t call them a crew team.
The Kingston City School District announced the first two recipients in its Athlete of the Month program last week, with
The sports world is full of maxims, but few are as true as this: It’s more important to finish strong
With the refusal to supply school districts with aid runs, Gov. Andrew Cuomo’s position on educational funding this year is
A “robohand” functional prosthetic for a boy with a missing hand. A plastic model of a recording studio designed by
Your lovely city and your Greenline project Last summer on my way to a conference in upstate New York, I
A Kingston High School student was hit by a school bus carrying 38 students of J. Watson Bailey Middle School
The Kingston City School District returns to class for the 2014-15 school year next week, but what kind of changes