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Employees report layoffs at Invista plant in Kingston

Invista is announcing layoffs at its Kingston plant as prolonged rail disruptions have prevented delivery of supplies, according to employees there. The exact number and duration of layoffs is unknown at this time. The Kingston plant typically employs between 550 and 600 people. Neither Invista nor the Kingston Independent Nylon

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Kingston-to-Toronto GO Train Expansion

Mayor Gerretsen’s recent decision to seek the soon-to-be-vacant federal Liberal nomination caught a lot of people by surprise, including city councilors and prospective mayoral candidates.  One such councilor, Rick Downes, saw the announcement as an opportunity to launch his third bid for the city’s mayoralty.  While Downes has served as

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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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Six Questions for Vintage Kingston

You might have stumbled across Vintage Kingston already. If not, here’s the scoop: it’s a creative community project that takes a nostalgic look into Kingston’s past through vintage photography. Bill Stevenson is the creator of the project’s Facebook page, which at about a month old is just shy of 4000

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