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Community Living wants people to know they’re in the community

Community Living wants people to know they’re in the community

News — It’s a Tuesday noon hour in Sharbot Lake. The sounds of a saxophone and guitar waft over the downtown section. It rained heavily...

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Cold case investigation

Police are investigating a 300 acre property off of North Shore Rd. in hopes of finding new evidence in the missing person’s case of Gord Cameron.

UPDATE: Police believe Gord Cameron disappearance connected with 1992 homicide; cold case investigation continues

News – In February, 1993 members of the Kingston Police commenced an investigation into the disappearance of 30-year old Gord Cameron of...

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Villages Beautiful

Karen Lahey shows the sign that Villages Beautiful wants to attach to Township signs in Crow Lake Village.

Central Frontenac signs agreement to purchase property for new Hinchinbrooke Fire Hall

News — Central Frontenac Township has signed and agreement to purchase a piece of property that will become the new Hinchinbrook Fire...

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Tornado warning

UPDATE: Tornado warnings cancelled for Eastern Ontario

UPDATE: Tornado warnings cancelled for Eastern Ontario

As of 6 p.m., Environment Canada has cancelled all tornado warnings for Eastern Ontario, which were issued in the late afternoon of May 18...

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Cleaning up Sharbot Lake

Cleanup Crew

Cleanup Crew

The Sharbot Lake Lions were out in force last week to tidy up Road 38 from the bridge to Shibley Road. The Lions have been looking after the...

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Conservation easement ceremony

Gray Merriam and Land Conservancy Kingston, Frontenac, Lennox & Addington President Vicki Schmolka at the brief ceremony announcing the conservation easement of Merriam’s land last weekend.

Conservation easement ensures land along the Salmon River will remain natural for 1,000 years

News — “From my point of view, this is a way to have an assurance of how my property will be handled for the next 1,000 years,” Gray...

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Cuts for Cancer at North Addington

(Back) Krista Walker, Leanne Shepherd, Melissa Randle and (Front) Selena Pelicos, Alexus Wagner, Terri-Lynn Rosenblathhad their hair cut by local hairdresser Teri Woods.

Viking Cuts for Cancer raises over $4,700

On April 29, North Addington Education Centre, a small, rural K-12 school in Cloyne, Ontario, held a Cuts for Cancer event. This event is...

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Heritage Fair

Loughborough Public School students (left to right) Megan Clancy, Jillian Bandy and Claire Alarconblanger were participants in this year’s Heritage Fair in Kingston.

Heritage Fair celebrates 20th anniversary

News – On May 7, over 150 students from Kingston and surrounding areas came together at Duncan McArthur Hall to celebrate history at the...

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