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No dig sewer lining program to continue this year

Utilities Kingston cleans and inspects the sanitary sewer pipe network in the City of Kingston on a 12-year cycle. As a result of these inspections, pipes are identified that require rehabilitation or reconstruction. In 2021, Utilities Kingston is continuing the now annual sewer lining program to rehabilitate aging pipes and improve

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Kingston Police investigating hit and run involving pedestrian

Kingston Police began the week with an early morning hit and run involving a pedestrian in Kingston’s Strathcona Park area. At approximately 1:20 a.m. on Monday, Aug. 17, 2020, a collision involving a pedestrian occurred on Rosemund Crescent, just northwest of the intersection of Sir John A Macdonald Boulevard and

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A brief guide to the urban legends of Kingston

It took many years for someone to convince me that the limestone tower on Queen’s west campus was never, in fact, a hanging tower. Maybe I just didn’t want to believe it, because obviously a hanging tower was way more interesting than a water tower for Kingston Penitentiary. Besides, isn’t

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Couple arrested after alcohol-fuelled domestic dispute turns violent

  An alcohol-fuelled domestic dispute that turned violent in the Strathcona Park area of the city resulted in the arrest of a local man and woman, according to Kingston Police. On Thursday, Jun. 20, 2019 at approximately 9:20 p.m., the accused man came home to the residence with alcoholic beverages.

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