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A forward look at 15 years of redevelopment at Belle Park

During the council meeting on Tuesday, Sept. 17, 2019, council voted 12-0 (Councillor Stroud was absent a the time of voting) to approve a master development plan for Belle Park. Located on Montreal Street and along the shore of the Cataraqui River, the former landfill has been under consideration and

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POLL: Kingston’s best golf course

It really is, finally, starting to feel like summer. And although there most certainly have been some hardcore golfers on the greens for several weeks now, it sure feels like golf season is here — so if you haven’t hit the links yet, now is the time! What makes a

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Thoo and Mackenzie named major award winners at Queen’s Varsity Clubs athletic banquet

It’s that time of year again – a time to celebrate all the outstanding achievements of varsity athletes at Queen’s University! Amanda Thoo of women’s field hockey and Mike Mackenzie of men’s ultimate, were named the top graduating student-athletes at the 83rd annual Colour Awards Varsity Club Athletic Banquet on

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Hall Monitor: Fore The Animals

Last night, city council, staff and the public gathered in City Hall for Kingston City Council meeting number 17-2013. The city has published the agenda and addeds online. By far, council’s two biggest items on the agenda were easy to spot from a mile away: The biggest, of course, being

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Hall Monitor: Park The Vote

Our elected officials and city staff filled a very busy council chambers again last night for our regular council meeting and as usual, the agenda and addeds are available on the city website. The meeting paused at 8:51 pm to observe a minute of silence in memory of the tragedy that struck Boston

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Outer Station, 1958

There are a multitude of examples of the harbingers of Spring in Kingston. Lawns of bluebells and flower beds full of crocuses, daffodils, and tulips. Longer days, and hopefully, warmer weather, which turns our thoughts to yard work, golf courses, sailboats, cycling, and strolls along the waterfront and through the

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