If you ever find yourself in Northeast Pennsylvania, be sure to stop by this small little borough of Luzerne County. Kingston, Pa. is home to over 13,000 residents, of which the median age is 46. Although Kingston is a small borough, it is five miles from Wilkes-Barre, and 20 from Scranton, Pennsylvania. Despite it’s population, there are many great things about Kingston, from eateries, to pizza shops, to family owned businesses.
History of Kingston
It started in 1663, when King Charles was given the land, and gave access to it for people in Connecticut. It was the boundary between the Pacific and the Atlantic ocean. Around this time – Charles owed a friend, Admiral Penn a massive amount of money. Although he couldn’t afford it, they came to an agreement