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KFL&A Public Health: Pfizer shipment delay affects local clinics

The following is a message from KFL&A Public Health regarding the Pfizer vaccine and clinics for youth ages 12-17: KFL&A Public Health is reporting that Ontario’s Pfizer vaccine delivery that was expected on Monday, June 21 has been delayed by two to three days. As a result of the Pfizer

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Leadogo launches new impact-focused web series ‘Old Dog, New Tricks’

Leadogo Inc., a Kingston, Ont. based organization, has announced that it will launch a new Web Series called Old Dog, New Tricks under its Impact Circle segment. The local company focuses on inspiring personal development, the service and support of others, as well as organizational and societal change through its

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City of Kingston installs three Bike Repair Posts at recreation facilities

Cyclists in the city of Kingston have new options for basic bike repairs. Three Bike Repair Posts have been installed at City-owned recreation facilities. “The City is pleased to provide residents with bike repair stations at three of our recreation facilities across the city. We hope these repair stations will

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Man wanted on Canada Wide Warrant arrested in Prince Edward County

After a week-long manhunt, a man wanted in connection with a Manitoba homicide investigation was located and arrested at a residence in Prince Edward County. While the investigation is still ongoing, reports are Eric Wildman, 34 years of age, was wanted in connection with the disappearance and presumed death of

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Kingston driver facing multiple charges after open alcohol located in vehicle

OPP have laid multiple charges against a Kingston driver after a traffic related investigation on Highway 32, in Leeds and the Thousand Islands Township.  On Sunday, Jun. 6, 2021 at about 1 a.m., Ontario Provincial Police (OPP) stopped a vehicle on Highway 32, and an investigation revealed open alcohol inside

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Queen’s researchers develop new blood test for earlier cancer detection

Researchers at Queen’s University have developed a more sensitive means of detecting and monitoring the presence of cancer. This innovative and cost effective test, researchers say, may lead to earlier cancer detection, including relapse. The team of researchers at Queen’s University, led by Dr. Christopher Mueller (Queen’s Cancer Research Institute),

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Two vehicle collision on Highway 15 claims one life

Two vehicles collided on Highway 15 near Woodburn Road shortly in the evening of Wednesday, Jun. 16, 2021. South Frontenac Ontario Provincial Police (OPP), Kingston Fire department and Kingston Paramedics responded to the incident shortly after 6 p.m. According to a release from the OPP, the initial Investigation has indicated

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Kingston Police seeking assistance to identify break and enter suspect

Kingston Police detectives have released the above photos are are seeking assistance in identifying a male suspect who broke into a downtown mall. According to a release from Kingston Police, shortly after 6 a.m. on Monday, Jun, 15, 2021 an alarm company notified security about a motion alarm in the

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Kingston man charged with impaired stunt driving on Highway 401

A 55-year-old Kingston man was taken into custody after Ontario Provincial Police (OPP) observed a vehicle travelling above the speed limit, eastbound on Highway 401 in the city of Kingston. Shortly before 9 p.m. on Sunday, Jun. 13, 2021, OPP stopped the vehicle and after further investigation, the driver was

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West-end patios open for business

Outdoor dining is one of the first options available to hungry Ontarians as the province reopens from months of lockdown. Kingston’s west end has a fabulous collection of patios ready to serve you. Patio dining is an amazing way to enjoy the summer months, support local restaurants, and start getting

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KFL&A residents urged to book earliest COVID-19 vaccine appointments

The following is a message from KFL&A Public Health regarding COVID-19 vaccinations: KFL&A Public Health is expecting to receive a steady supply of mRNA vaccine (Pfizer and Moderna) over the coming weeks. These vaccines will help ensure that individuals who are eligible for a first or second dose can book

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OPP lay two impaired driving charges in South Frontenac

On Tuesday, Jun. 15, 2021, members of the Ontario Provincial Police (OPP) charged two individuals with impaired driving in separate incidents in South Frontenac Township. Shortly after 1 a.m. on that same date members of the South Frontenac and Leeds Detachments of the OPP responded to a report of a

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