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Kingston Gymnastics Club athletes compete at the Women’s Artistic Tour Selection

It was a busy weekend for three of the gymnasts with Kingston Gymnastics Club, who travelled to Orangeville to compete. Kailyn Amey, Gracie McDonell, and Lena Stasak all attended the Women’s Artistic Tour Selection competition, held at Twisters Gymnastics in Orangeville from Saturday, Nov. 9 to Sunday Nov. 10, 2019.

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Here in Kingston at 270 King Street East

Here in Kingston at 270 King Street East is St. George’s Cathedral. This is not only a place of worship for the Anglican faith but a landmark of downtown Kingston. Just after the dust settled following the American Revolution, Loyalists flocked to the British colony that is now Canada. In

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Kingston gymnast wins gold at Eastern Canadian Championships

  It was an exciting weekend for Paige Cassidy, a local gymnast who represented Team Ontario at the Eastern Canadian Gymnastics Championships from Thursday, May 9 to Sunday, May 12, 2019. Cassidy, who trains at Trillium Gymnastics here in Kingston, and her fellow members of Team Ontario, won gold in

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Kingston Gymnastics Club athletes bring home 17 All Around medals

This past weekend was certainly an eventful one for the gymnasts with Kingston Gymnastics Club, who brought home a whopping 17 All Around medals from their final invitational/qualifier of the year. The gymnasts travelled to Orangeville, Ont. for the weekend of April 27-28, 2019, and earned seven Gold All Around

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Here in Kingston at 1401 Highway 2

  There are artifacts of our history around every corner of Kingston, and as you walk down Penny Lane to 1401 Highway 2, you will come across a pioneer cemetery with history waiting to be discovered. Milton Cemetery at 1401 Highway 2 has long been abandoned from its original purpose.

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