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Bagg, Giffin happy to be part of Queen’s Football history

The Queen’s University football program has a storied legacy, and this week it paid homage to several former Gaels by announcing their inductions into its Football Hall of Fame. The announcements were made throughout the week over the Queen’s Gaels social media channels. In total, 10 different players and four

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Kingston’s Aaliyah Edwards, UConn Huskies to face High Point at NCAA Women’s Basketball tournament

After steamrolling their way through the Big East tournament, Kingston native Aaliyah Edwards and the UConn Huskies (24-1) are poised to take on High Point in the round of 32 to kick off the NCAA Women’s basketball tournament on Sunday, Mar. 21, 2021 at 8 p.m.. The tournament bracket was

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New COVID-19 cases at three LDSB schools

Limestone District School Board (LDSB) has identified four new cases of COVID-19 at three of its schools. According to a release from the school board on Tuesday, Dec. 22, 2020, there is one case at each of Frontenac Secondary School and Bayridge Public School, and two cases at J.R. Henderson

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Festive light contest raises funds for parent councils

The Module de l’Acadie parent council is pleased to announce an exciting first-time fundraiser just in time for the holiday season. The Holiday Lights Contest Fundraiser will see families, friends and neighbours of participating west end schools either decorating their homes for judging, or taking a tour of the lit-up

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Community mourns loss of high school student

The Limestone District School Board (LDSB) and the Algonquin Lakeshore Catholic District School Board (ALCDSB), along with their student bodies are currently mourning the loss of a high school student in the Kingston community. The loss comes after a tragic accident on Bayridge Drive, which occurred on Wednesday, Oct. 21,

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Fatal collision on Bayridge Drive

Update (Thursday, Oct. 22, 2020 at 4:45 p.m.): On the afternoon of Thursday, Oct. 22, 2020, the Limestone District School Board (LDSB), with permission of the family, released the identity of the youth who died in this collision. Scott Legg, 16, a student at Frontenac Secondary School, succumbed to the

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CarHop Bonanza! will serve up a taste of nostalgia at Pisanos: Old School

A taste of nostalgia can be had Saturday, Sept. 5, 2020, at Pisanos: Old School in Kingston’s west end. The restaurant pays homage to old school recipes with a modern twist, with fare that mainly focuses on Philly Cheesesteaks, gourmet hamburgers, hotdogs, poutines, and classic deep-dish pizzas. Pisanos: Old School

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B’s Bike Bites: An innovative business model with a bit of nostalgia

There are times when it seems things happen for a reason – that all the factors in a project somehow come together perfectly at exactly the right time. B’s Bike Bites, a new mobile ice cream and beverage business here in Kingston, is one of those projects – but not

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Local teen filling backpacks with school supplies for needy students

A Frontenac Secondary School student is filling backpacks for needy families for a second year in a row. 17 year-old Katie Onesi launched her Backpack Project fundraiser on Facebook on Friday, Jul. 31. So far she has raised enough money to purchase 26 backpacks and fill them with school supplies,

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Police release photos of suspects from break-in at Frontenac Secondary

Kingston Police have released the above images and are asking for public assistance in identifying the male suspects pictured, who were involved in a break and enter at Frontenac Secondary School. According to police, the two suspects gained entry into the school at approximately 6 p.m. on Monday, Dec. 23,

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Police: Reports of student with a firearm deemed ‘unfounded’

  Kingston Police responded to a report of suspicious activity at Frontenac Secondary School in the early afternoon of Wednesday, May 15, 2019. Multiple cruisers and police with weapons drawn were seen on the school property, according to student witnesses. The Limestone District School Board said that the school was

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Frontenac Secondary School students receive Shopify certification

  Business Leadership students at Frontenac Secondary School are getting the opportunity to receive Shopify certification through a program in partnership with St. Lawrence College. The Shopify Badge Program was developed by St. Lawrence College program coordinator & educator of marketing Pam Armstrong and is the first of its kind.

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