‘I’m dreaming of a red light camera’

Last year at this time, I penned my second behind-the-scenes piece looking at municipal government in Kingston: a little ditty introducing you to our new, 2018-2022, city council. I did so to the tune of ‘The 12 days of Christmas.’ Corny, perhaps. But fun, I hope. Yes, as one of

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It’s not too late to get winter tires

Here’s the thing about winter tires: they’re made for winter. That sounds obvious, but many people still call them snow tires. Winter tires are designed to provide better and safer driving in all winter weather conditions, not just for better traction in the snow. Where winter tires can really put

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Police pushing bicycle safety after two cyclists hit on same day

Kingston Police are promoting bicycle safety following three collisions involving cyclists in downtown Kingston yesterday. At approximately 7:30 p.m. on Thursday, Sept. 5, 2019, police responded after a cyclist was struck by two separate vehicles near the intersection of Alfred and Princess Streets. The cyclist sustained minimal injuries and did

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