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Accused backpack thief arrested while wearing stolen running shoes

A local man who is accused of stealing a backpack from Stauffer Library on Queen’s Campus has been arrested after the victim spotted him carrying the stolen backpack. The accused man entered Stauffer Library on Friday, Jan. 11, 2019 and stole the backpack, which the victim had put down while

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Best of 2015: Homes Relocated to Support Construction of Stauffer, 1992

Kingstonist’s best of 2015 continues with an absolute gem from our dear friends at Queen’s Archives.  Longtime Kingstonians will undoubtedly remember Queen’s University’s unprecedented relocation of three houses from Union Street to make way for the construction of Stauffer Library.  The intricate evolution required months of planning and coordination, while

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Homes Relocated to Support Construction of Stauffer, 1992

Some recent history for a change! Usually from the archives we feature older photographs from another century but that is not entirely representative of all of the material we have here in our holdings. Much of the material we have is of a more contemporary vintage. This photograph is from

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Balancing Heritage and Development in Kingston

Our final post from our Best of 2012 is a recent poll regarding the construction of new buildings or the revitalization of old buildings in Kingston’s historic downtown.  Prompted by the latest additions of Milestones and other shops and offices in the old S&R, and the reformation of the TD

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Balancing Heritage and Development in Kingston

In a city like Kingston, it’s hard to miss the history that is all around us.  From our narrow roads and nineteenth century architecture, to our historic landmarks, the past is everywhere.  This is a gift in many ways.  It’s an authentic part of Kingston’s culture that people come from

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