Butterfly Release

Community members taking part in last year's Hospice Kingston and BFO butterfly release.

Weekend Roundup

Five fun things to see and do in Kingston this weekend 1. Monster Spectacular – May 29, 7:30 p.m. Come out and enjoy an evening...

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From left, Dr. Janet Dancey, Emma MacLean and Mathieu Crupi were all part of the ‘Let’s Talk Cancer’ symposium that took place at Queen’s on May 15. Photo/Mandy Marciniak

Students talk cancer at inspiring symposium

Students talk cancer at inspiring symposium

News – Cancer is the leading cause of death in Canada today and while research has come a long way in the past 50 years, there is still...

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Missing Kingston boy

Eight-year-old Joshue Everett went missing around 11 a.m. May 26 but was safely located a short time later.

Missing child safely located

Missing youth Joshua Everett was safely located by Kingston Police at 12:30 p.m. on May 26 in the area of Crossfield Avenue after being...

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Kingston woman missing

Wendy Lee Murphy of the Kingston area has been missing since Friday, May 15.

Missing woman located

Kingston Police detectives are pleased to advise that missing Kingston woman Wendy Lee Murphy was safely located in Kingston at...

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Cycle Fest

Councilor for Loughborough District, Ross Sutherland, is one of the organizers of Cycle Fest, which takes place on June 7.

"Tour de South Frontenac" rolls into the township

Events – There is no question that there are many beautiful trails throughout South Frontenac Township; many of them are often used for...

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Community Living

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

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

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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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