Lighting the way

Leonard Harris from the Kingston Jewish Council lights three candles on the menorah. The shamash candle (centre) is used to light the others. Two additional candles are lit to symbolize the second day of Hanukkah.

Celebrating Hanukkah

The Kingston Jewish Council held their 8th annual community-wide Hanukkah celebration Dec. 17 at Confederation Park and City Hall....

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Here's 10 ridiculous excuses during RIDE spot-checks

Here's 10 ridiculous excuses during RIDE spot-checks

The fear of being caught drinking and driving, together with threats of losing your driver's licence, having a criminal record and...

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Police pull 10 drinking drivers off the road

The first impaired driving arrest at a Niagara Regional Police RIDE Saturday night came after a driver passed a cruiser going 40 km/h over the speed limit. He later admitted to police he drank "way too much".

Driver tells cop he drank "way too much" during RIDE stop

Police pull 10 drivers off the road at Niagara checkpoints

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Twenty signs you’ve lived all or most of your life in Kingston, Ontario

Twenty signs you’ve lived all or most of your life in Kingston, Ontario

1) Someone can refer to “the running man” and you know exactly who they’re talking about. 2) John Counter Boulevard doesn’t make sense to...

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Kyli Ball, as Anne of Green Gables, in an egg race in the recent Meistersingers' production at L'Octave Theatre.

Living her dream

Living her dream

During the recent Meistersingers production of Anne of Green Gables, Anne-lookalike Kyli Ball wowed the audiences as one of two leads who...

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KAC arts administrator Mike Sheppard

Kingston's vital arts link

Kingston's vital arts link

The Kingston Arts Council (KAC) is packed and ready to move into its new home at the Tett Centre for Creativity and Learning. The...

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From left, James Saito, Celia Keenan-Bolger and Jon Norman Schneider in a scene from Lincoln Center Theater's production of The Oldest Boy, a new play by Sarah Ruhl, directed by Rebecca Taichman.

A spiritual journey in theatre

A spiritual journey in theatre

When great actors of the stage are mentioned, we often think of those in their golden years. Vanessa Redgrave, Patrick Stewart, Ian...

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The Al Jalem family were forced from their home in Syria and are currently living in a basement in Lebanon.

Church and mosque work together to help Syrian family come to Canada

Church and mosque work together to help Syrian family come to Canada

News – Imagine your home, your country and the life you built being overtaken by civil war. Sadly, this is the situation many Syrian...

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Teenager dies in Toronto hit and run

Teen dies after being hit by car in Toronto: Police

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Pedestrian struck by car on Hwy 401

Eastbound lanes of Hwy 401 closed near Port Hope after pedestrian struck by car

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Canada

Crowdfunding begins for laid off Wildrose staff

Crowdfunding site set up for laid off Wildrose caucus staff after floor crossing

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Wynne worries law may not protect sex workers

Wynne says Ontario will abide by new prostitution law despite her concerns

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Events In Kingston Region

Santa in the Square

Sat Dec 20 | 11:00 AM

Dear Santa

Sat Dec 20 | 2:00 PM

A Christmas Carol: The Musical

Sat Dec 20 | 7:30 PM

Memorial Centre Farmers' Market

Sun Dec 21 | 10:00 AM

Rogers Hometown Hockey Tour

Sun Dec 21 | 12:00 PM

Upcoming Events

Sun Dec 21 | 1:00 PM

Toopy and Binoo: Fun and Games

Sun Dec 21 | 5:00 PM

Christmas Lessons and Carols @...

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