Rear-Admiral Sir Robert Barrie (1724-1841), a painting by Cecil Jameson for the Royal Military College of Canada, 1967.

200 years of history in our midst

Rear-Admiral Sir Robert Barrie served actively during the War of 1812, including a role as Commodore during the blockade of Chesapeake Bay...

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Greenhouse work a welcome sign of spring

We start seedlings in the greenhouse in March, when there is still snow on the ground outside. On a sunny day you can wear a t-shirt in the...

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Prospective buyers should consider a host of factors before purchasing a new vehicle.

Things to consider before buying your next car

Buyers often find the process of finding a new car fun. Test driving vehicles and playing with all of the gadgets that today's increasingly...

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Topics to discuss before hiring your next mechanic

Topics to discuss before hiring your next mechanic

Few decisions weigh as heavily on automobile owners as their choice of mechanic. A good mechanic goes a long way toward ensuring drivers and...

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The Bee's Knees

The Bee's Knees

Up in My Grill -Honeybees are important to our food supply. A surprising amount of our wellbeing relies on these underappreciated insects,...

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Adam Koven, a candidate for Kingston City Council (Sydenham District), says his decision to enter politics is a natural progression from other forms of serving the city he loves.

Serving the community: not just a slogan

In the jaded world of politics, there is still hope and integrity at the local level. And nowhere is it clearer than in Adam Koven. It takes...

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The Frontenac Falcons senior boys' basketball team defeated the La Salle Black Knights 55-42 to capture the Kingston Area Secondary Schools Athletic Association title.

Basketball Falcons embrace 'misfit' label

Aidan Stride, Dylan Patterson and Carter Matheson - the leaders of the Frontenac Falcons senior boys' basketball team - laugh when told...

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Andrew Marsh's 1940 Graham Hollywood awaits restoration.

1940 Graham Supercharged Hollywood rough but well worth restoring

Andrew Marsh lives in L'Orignal, Ont., a small town on the Ottawa River: "Hi Sherlock! I love your stories! My story is incredible. I had...

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The Kingston Voyaguers dug themselves into a hole in their best of seven OJHL North East Conference Final against the Aurora Tigers. After losing the opening game at home by a score of 7-4 on March 27, the series continued at the Invista Centre in Kingston on March 30. Game four was played in Aurora April 2 with the Tigers winning 7-2 eliminating Kingston 4-0 in the series and finishing the Voyageurs' season. (Above) The Vees' Adam Moodie looks for the puck at the side of Aurora's net.

Vees eliminated from North East...

The Central Frontenac Relay For Life kicked offin fine style last weekend with a breakfast-coffee house at Oso Hall in Sharbot Lake and Kylie Babcock, Zoe Comeau, Mia Comeau, Riley Merrigan and Bradie Merrigan were only too happy to help. Spokesperson Bob Brooks said this year (the Relay's 8th) they're trying to focus more on community, for example taking donations for the food bank at the coffee house which featured several local musicians including Shawn McCullough and Jim MacPherson. This year's Relay is set for June 20 at the Parham Fairgrounds. Brooks said they can always use more teams and-or sponsors so if you'd like to help or just become involved in some way, go to relayforlife.ca and follow the self-guided links to the Central Frontenac event.

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Frontenacs playoffs come to early...

The Peterborough Petes eliminated the Kingston Frontenacs from the OHL playoffs with a 2-1 Overtime win in game 7 at the Rogers K-Rock Centre in Kingston Apr. 1. While the hometown fans were dissappointed by the result, the game may have been the best hockey played during the series with fast paced action, solid checking, quality shots and strong goaltending by both teams.

Frontenacs playoffs come to early...

Gazette Events - Ina Hunt belts out a tune at the Parham Free Methodist Church last weekend accompanied by May Walton (the pastor's wife) as the church played host to an evening of gospel music in which 11 participants performed including headliners Ross Clow and Glen Neff.

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