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Community rallies to help Kingston family after sudden loss of patriarch

Two weeks ago, on August 11, like any other morning, Marc Boucher, 47, said “I love you” on the way out the door to his daughters and wife to leave for a hockey game — he’d been waiting to resume playing as protocols loosened during the pandemic. No one had

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Kingston mourns the loss of Sergeant Steve Carter

Update: On Friday, May 21, 2021, a memorial service celebrating the life and service of Sergeant Steve Carter took place at Gordon F. Tompkins Funeral Home, followed by a procession to St. Mary’s Cemetery. Do to COVID-19 restrictions, attendance to the service was limited, however, a livestream of the service

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Kingston Police investigating death of local woman after domestic assault

Detectives from the Kingston Police Major Crime Unit are carrying out an ongoing investigation after the death of a local woman following an earlier incident of domestic violence. According to police, although initial domestic violence charges have been laid against the local man accused of the assaults, the investigation continues

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Remembering Eric Lee: ‘He was a Kingston icon’

Photo by Cris Vilela.   Some people pass and are celebrated widely, but quickly forgotten. Others leave this life without even a formal obituary, but are easily remembered. Sadly, it seems the latter is the case for Eric Lee, a former mayoral candidate and locally-famed ‘Elevator Guy’ from his days

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