Sunday, June 30, 2013 at 11:00 pm (Updated: June 30, 11:00 pm)
The long wait is nearly over.
Anticipation is high as Kingston Parks and Recreation officials work this week to bring popular powerboat races back to the city’s waterfront for the first time in almost two decades.
The American Powerboat Association will have its Pro Class national championship races at Fort Southwest Point, with trials beginning Monday July 1, and racing heats to follow July 2-4.
The sport of powerboating — once a July 4 holiday favorite among Kingston residents — hasn’t been staged here in 18 years.
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