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Kingston Police seek witnesses after collision sends cyclist to hospital

A collision involving a single vehicle and a cyclist, which resulted in the closure of John Counter Boulevard for over seven hours and the cyclist being taken to hospital, remains an open and active investigation, according to Kingston Police. The incident occurred at approximately 10 p.m. on Saturday, Jun. 19,

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City to grow wildflowers along Sir John A Macdonald Boulevard

This spring motorists along Sir John A. Macdonald Boulevard between Princess Street and Glengarry Road may see City of Kingston workers planting wildflower seeds. This unique pilot project, originally slated for 2020, but delayed due to the pandemic, will continue in the coming years with the potential to expand to

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Kingston Police seek public assistance to locate missing man

Kingston Police have released the above photo and are asking for public assistance in locating a missing male. Bradley Patey, 37, was last seen on Friday, Nov. 13, 2020 at approximately 1:50 p.m. in the area of Dalton Avenue and Sir John A. Macdonald Boulevard. Police said it is believed

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Positive COVID-19 case prompts closure of Kingston Centre McDonald’s

A staff member at a second McDonald’s location in Kingston has tested positive for COVID-19. This comes one day after the downtown Kingston McDonald’s location on Princess Street identified two positive cases of the virus. On November 13 an employee from the McDonald’s located at 705 Sir John A. Macdonald

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Prepare for detour as John Counter Boulevard overpass is completed

Residents in Kingston will need to adjust to a new detour as John Counter Boulevard will be closed to allow for the completion of the rail overpass. Kingston City Council first approved the concept for the construction of the overpass in 2015, and construction has been underway since then. Now,

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Kingston man arrested for impaired driving over three times legal limit

Police arrested a young man yesterday in Kingston’s west end after his erratic driving raised suspicions of those nearby. At approximately 8:50 p.m. on Wednesday, Aug. 19, 2020, another motorist saw the accused man driving in an erratic manner while travelling eastbound on Bath Road near Collins Bay Road. The

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Male arrested on weapons charges

A male was arrested on Sunday night after he was observed walking in the middle of the road while brandishing a machete and a hacksaw. Kingston Police say Frontenac Paramedics were travelling in the vicinity of Bath Road and Sir John A Macdonald Boulevard at around 4:45 p.m. on the

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Community group finds seatbelt compliance rate down in Kingston

On perhaps one of the most gridlocked days of traffic in recent Kingston history, one local community organization was out on the streets taking their annual count of those not wearing seatbelts in moving vehicles. For the past eight years, Kingston: Partners for a Safe Community (KPSC) has conducted an

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Suspended driver from Verona charged after multi-car collision

A large accident over the weekend that resulted in a downed light standard and the closure of a major intersection in central Kingston led to an arrest and charges for a Verona man. At approximately 3:30 p.m. on Sunday, Sept. 1, 2019, the accused driver travelling westbound on Princess Street

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Kingston man located by Canine Unit after fleeing scene of collision

A local man’s dangerous driving led to a collision at the intersection of Dalton Avenue and Sir John A Macdonald Boulevard the morning of Monday, Jun. 24, 2019. The accused man fled the scene of the accident, but was located by the Kingston Police Canine Unit and charged. The accused

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Male in custody following collision on Sir John A Macdonald Boulevard

One driver was taken to hospital with injuries, while another driver was tracked down by the Kingston Police K-9 Unit following a two-vehicle collision on Sir John A. Macdonald Boulevard on the morning of Monday, Jun. 24, 2019. The T-bone collision, which occurred at the intersection of Sir John A

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Safety awareness group holds spring ‘Distracted Driving Checkpoints’

  According to the Ministry of Transportation of Ontario, if a driver takes their eyes off the road for more than two seconds, their crash risk doubles. It’s for this reason that Kingston: Partners for a Safe Community (KPSC) once again holding their spring Distracted Driving Checkpoints on Friday, Jun.

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