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Three Kingston charities team up to weather pandemic shortfalls

Three community agencies facing massive income shortfalls during the COVID-19 pandemic have decided to fundraise together, rather than compete. The Boys and Girls Club of Kingston, Pathways to Education Kingston, and Big Brothers Big Sisters of KFL&A all offer charitably-funded programming for Kingston’s children and youth. They’re also all heavily

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Boys and Girls Club facilities to close as part of COVID-19 preparedness

The Boys and Girls Club of Kingston and Area is closing its locations in an effort to reduce the risk of spreading coronavirus COVID-19. On Monday, Mar. 16, 2020, the local Boys and Girls Club announced that its Club Directors and Management have decided to close all Boys and Girls

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New Kingston Police Deputy Chief no stranger to all things Kingston

Staff Sergeant Christopher Scott will take on the role of Deputy Chief of the Kingston Police, the Kingston Police Services Board has announced. Scott has spent the last 20 years with Kingston Police, and only after 10 years serving as a uniformed patrol constable with police services in Toronto and

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Teddy Bear Picnic enters 24th year with new cause and new sponsor

It’s one of Kingston’s most adorably fun family events that raises funds to better our community, and this year’s Teddy Bear Picnic promises all of your favourite events and activities for the 24th year. The only difference this year will be where those funds go, and who is sponsoring the

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