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KCHC hopes to see youth complete both COVID-19 doses before fall

Yesterday, Wednesday, June 3, 2021, the provincial government announced schools will not be returning to in-person learning before September. As a result of that announcement, Kingston Community Health Centres (KCHC) has intensified their efforts to help eligible students get vaccinated. KCHC is pushing ahead with this agenda in hopes that

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Natural gas ruled out as cause of ‘rotten egg’ smell near school

According to the Limestone District School Board, natural gas has been ruled out as the cause of a strong “rotten egg” smell in and around Molly Brant Elementary School on Wednesday, January 22, and classes are continuing as usual. Jane Douglas, Communications Officer for the Limestone District School Board, confirmed

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Photos: Nighttime Santa Parade 2019

It was a cold evening where the hot cocoa and apple cider were a must to keep hands warm, but that did stop hundreds from lining the streets of downtown Kingston for the 2019 Nighttime Santa Parade. Presented by the Downtown Kingston! Business Improvement Area (BIA), the parade had over

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Parents protest at Molly Brant Elementary as doors remain unlocked

A small but determined group of parents and students gathered out front of Molly Brant Elementary School today, voicing concerns about a change that has occurred as a result of the partial withdrawal of CUPE services “I’m sitting outside with signs, asking the principal and School Board to lock the

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Construction of new high school draws concerns about tar fumes, won’t be complete for next school year

When Jennifer Kehoe brought her son home sick from school, she initially thought he was feigning illness. She’d been called to pick him up from Molly Brant Elementary six of the past 12 school days, but his nausea, headache, and sore throat seemed to go away within an hour of

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