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Police request public assistance to identify break and enter suspect

Kingston Police have released the above photos and are asking for public assistance in identifying a male suspected of a break and enter and thefts. According to police, the break and enter occurred between the evening of Saturday, Oct. 10 and the early morning hours of Sunday, Oct. 11, 2020

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Kingston’s View Corridors

Downtown Kingston boasts some of the best vantage points in the city, allowing pedestrians and residents to stand at an intersection such as Princess and Clergy, and have clear visibility of our many heritage buildings, shops, and the waterfront. While the view corridor afforded by lower Princess Street owes a

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Friday Foto

In just 10 days, Kingstonist will be celebrating two years of rocking blogging in the free world.  I’m really getting pumped up for the big day, as we kind of dropped the ball on building up to, and properly celebrating last year’s milestone.  It’s not as though Kingstonist needs to

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The Battle for Barriefield

Barriefield Village was founded in the early 1800’s on the eastern bank of the Cataraqui River, while it’s settlement was closely tied to the increased activity at the nearby Kingston Naval Dockyard, and later, the construction of Fort Henry. Since then, the quaint neighbourhood has retained much of it’s original

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