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Trick-or-treating gets go ahead from KFL&A Public Health

Thanks to the continued diligence of our community, KFL&A has returned to a green status level of COVID-19 cases. This has prompted Public Health to release a statement regarding trick-or-treating in the region this Halloween. The green community status level indicates that active positive cases are rare, no active outbreaks,

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Take in Skeleton Park Arts Fest at home

The 15th annual Skeleton Park Arts Fest (SPAF) will be moving mostly online this year in light of COVID-19. Although many of the live events will be happening in cyberspace, initiatives have been created to offer socially distant arts experiences in-person in the neighbourhood, including the Next Door art show,

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A guide to the reopening of patios in Kingston

We did it Kingston! We went rogue and now our patios are open. The weather is getting warmer, the hair cuts are getting shorter and the community is coming together once more. But with great freedom comes great responsibility. So here are some tips to follow if you want to

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DND to resume structural work on Fort Frontenac wall

Residents can expect to see a pedestrian walkway put in place along Ontario Street once again as work resumes on the wall at Fort Frontenac. The sidewalk along Ontario Street adjacent to the limestone wall at the Fort was initially closed on Friday, Apr. 12, 2019 for public safety due

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City of Kingston to defer final property tax billing

In an effort to help alleviate financial pressures being caused by the COVID-19 pandemic, the City of Kingston is deferring the final property tax payment for 2020. That payment would normally be due on the last day of June, however, recognizing the financial strain many property owners are experiencing due

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City of Kingston suggests ways to celebrate Earth Day 2020 from home

As the COVID-19 pandemic has impacted the way we go about our regular day-to-day life, it has also affected the way we come together to celebrate annual events, such as birthdays, holidays, and significant milestones. Earth Day is another of those events which would normally see people coming together for

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Queen’s, Kingston to host 2020 Canada Basketball Nationals

In just under a year, Kingston and Queen’s University will play host to approximately 20 of the most impressive young male basketball teams competing for national titles. Canada Basketball and Ontario Basketball (OBA) announced on Wednesday, Aug. 28, 2019 that Queen’s University and the City of Kingston will host the

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