Letter: Raising autistic children is hard, but there is support

The following is a submitted letter to the editor. The views and opinions expressed do not necessarily reflect those of The Kingstonist. When I read the article Kingston Costco refuses service for mask non-compliance earlier this week, my heart went out to all involved.  Being a single parent (divorced) to

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Kingston author tells her family’s story in new children’s book

A Kingston mother has become an author in an effort to educate children about families like hers. Jennie Carr’s book ‘The Best Daddy Belongs to Us,’ helps to explain acquired spinal injury to children by showcasing her own family’s journey. She said she was inspired to write the book after

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Charity walk aims to raise funds to provide much-needed Dog Guides

  The only thing better than a nice walk in the spring is a nice walk in the spring that raises funds for an important cause — and an upcoming event offers Kingstonians the opportunity to do just that! Kingston will be hosting the 2019 Pet Valu Walk for Dog

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