Port of Kingston Commissioner resigns

KINGSTON–Effective Jan. 31, 2018 Kingston Port Commissioner Bruce MacIntyre of the Port of Kingston has resigned his position as Commissioner for District 1. “Bruce has served the Port and its citizens for four of his six-year term, “ said Port Executive...

Jan. 7 2018 last day for Kingston Cove holiday lights

Jan. 7 is the last night to view the Port of Kingston’s Kingston Cove Christmas lights in the marina park. After that, the 500,000 lights will be turned off and Port staff will begin the major task of storing away the more than 600 lighted figures for next year...

It took a village to create Kingston Cove’s Christmas

At 5 p.m. Dec. 2, Santa Claus said the magic words and turned Kingston’s marina park into a Kingston Cove Christmas wonderland. Six hundred luminary sculptures sprang to light, including a sea serpent whose loops were big enough for small children to walk under. Over...

Athletics ‘dream sign’ greets drivers

On Dec. 15, KHS Athletics Boosters Past President Hope Lash’s dream came true. She had wanted an official State of Washington highway sign on the “Welcome to Kingston” sign that greets ferry riders as they get off of the boat; one that would let them know that the KHS...

Community welcome sign true community effort

On Dec. 12 the new electronic community welcome sign on Lindvog Road and N.E. State Highway 104 went operational. Its first message: the time and temperature. Port staff will spend the rest of December familiarizing themselves with the new sign and its software....

Marina honored for ‘exemplary service’

   On Dec. 6, Marinas.com named the national winners of the 2017 Boaters’ Choice awards for best marinas in the United States, based on its members’ satisfaction with the marina’s accommodations, amenities and service. The Port of Kingston was one of only three West...