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Kingston Fire and Rescue to ‘Sparky’ some joy amid COVID-19 pandemic

No matter the age, a birthday should always be a time of celebration, excitement, and happiness. A birthday marks another year of exciting events, new relationships, interesting travels, and new experiences, but the current social distancing and self-isolation precautions in place due to COVID-19 mean that many cannot celebrate these

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KHSC prepares for new, more powerful MRI machine at KGH

Anyone involved in the medical field or those who are fans television medical dramas are familiar with what an MRI machine is and what it does. These life-saving machines allow technicians and doctors to assess a patient’s injuries without invasive surgery, and monitor ongoing conditions to form a better long-term

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Kingston welcomes Nanny Angel Network

Every day, hundreds of thousands of people are treated for cancer around the world, and here in Kingston, a new service is about to become available for those mothers undergoing cancer treatment. Thanks to a large investment from Homestead Land Holdings, the Nanny Angel Network is coming to Kingston in

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Four break-ins over one week at west-end commercial property

A local business is asking for the public’s help in identifying the vehicle caught on surveillance video after their warehouse was broken into and items were stolen. On Thursday, Jan. 31 at approximately 4:45 a.m. at least two individuals in what appears to be a charcoal or similar color Chevrolet

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Knights of Columbus make $300k in donations to area churches and Providence Manor

When it comes to supporting local organizations, sometimes that means one organization supporting another. On Tuesday, Jan. 15, 2019, several local organizations received generous donations that will help support their connection and service to the Kingston community – and all the funds came from just one local support organization. A

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Modern Primitive closing its doors

After almost 29 years of business, Modern Primitive located on a Princess Street in Kingston’s downtown core will be closing its doors for good. The business, which features products from all around the globe, has a rich and long history within the Kingston community. According to co-owner David Parkinson, it

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Fire inside old Gino’s building sends one to hospital

A fire on Christmas Eve in Kingston’s downtown core sent one man to hospital, according to Kingston Fire and Rescue. On Monday, Dec. 24, 2018, Kingston Fire and Rescue along with Frontenac Paramedics and Kingston Police responded to 557 Princess Street at 11:24 p.m. for a reported structure fire. Upon arrival,

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Tree of hope campaign coming close to toy target, falling short on others

The annual Tree of Hope campaign kicked off at the beginning of November, and with nearly two weeks left in the campaign, the agency has almost reached its toy target in record time. But the 100-year old holiday appeal, which provides toys, clothing, and more to almost 900 children every

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