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Thieves hit two downtown businesses over weekend

It was a tough weekend for two downtown business-owners and their teams, who arrived to their respective stores only to find the businesses had been broken into overnight. Those at Trailhead on Princess Street found out on the next morning that thieves had breached security at their store overnight on

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Jeff Scott: The Countryside View – Canada Goose and the new fashion victims

  The late 70s was definitely a difficult time for this gangly and pimply teenager, who had no fashion sense and was living in the bush north of Lake Superior. Disco was all the rage in the far-off southern cities, and the fashions and clothes reflected this. I can vividly

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Kingston Police warn public of recent cellphone thefts in downtown bars

According to Kingston Police, there has been a recent influx of cellphones being pick-pocketed in a number of establishments and bars in the city’s downtown core. Police said they have received reports of people having their cellphones stolen from their pockets, as well as reports of stolen coats with cellphones

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Kingstonist’s Wizard of Paws: Winter and cold a safety tips for pets

Winter is upon us and, though you may want to stay inside where it’s warm and curl up by the fire or under a blanket, your dogs still need to get outside to at least use the bathroom. Admit it, we all probably gain a little weight over the holidays,

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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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