Police have issued an Amber Alert for Matthew Zhang, 8, who they believe has been abducted by his mother, Wei Chen. She does not have custody.

Missing Toronto-area boy found safe: police

Peel Region police looking for boy in suspected parental abduction case

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Touch is a powerful human need, and massage is a great way to relieve stress.'

We all need human touch

Touch is more than just a pleasant sensation. It is a biological necessity.

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Farm Girl Mobile Food Co. owner and chef Tamara Bolger.

Farm Girl and Farm Boy team up for delicious charity event

Farm Girl meets Farm Boy -it sure sounds like a match made in heaven, and according to Farm Girl Mobile Food Co. owner and chef Tamara...

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Kingston actor James Gibson-Bray will play the role of Harold Hill in KCVI's upcoming (April 29 - May 3) performance of The Music Man.

Act 1: a young actor blossoms

James Gibson-Bray was born for the stage. The Grade 12 Kingston Collegiate and Vocational Institute (KCVI) student says he always had an...

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How to guarantee your garden starts off on the right foot

How to guarantee your garden starts off on the right foot

As winter slowly winds down, many gardeners cannot wait to soak up the springtime sun and get their hands dirty in the garden. Such...

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Lighting sets the stage for outdoor fun

Lighting sets the stage for outdoor fun

Tis the season for making changes in and around the home. The arrival of warmer weather renews homeowners' vigor for various home...

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(Left) From left: Loughborough Public School students Hannah Nelles, Clarissa McCallum, and Emily Pritchard participated in the robot design competition at St. Lawrence College on April 3. (Right) Emily Pritchard, Clarissa McCallum and Hannah Nelles lead their robot through the challenge. The event took place as part of the Skills Competition on April 3.

Skills competition teaches kids to reach for higher levels of education

For the 11th straight year, students in Kingston were challenged to push their limits through the Limestone Skills Competition, which took...

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A Little Taste of Italy on the Banks of Gananoque

A Little Taste of Italy on the Banks of Gananoque

Up in My Grill -The word is out, grappa your coat and head to Riva Restaurant for great Italian food. Located at 45 King Street, Gananoque,...

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Community Contributions

Events Kingston Region

Spring Clean-Up Day

Sat Apr 26 | 9:00 AM

Intro to Guiding Mom and Me event

Sat Apr 26 | 10:00 AM

Broadway, My Way

Sat Apr 26 | 7:30 PM

Save the Salamanders

Sun Apr 27 | 2:00 PM

Epilepsy Speaker Night

Tue Apr 29 | 7:00 PM

Upcoming Events

Fri May 2 | 7:30 PM

Frog Night Hike

Sat May 3 | 9:00 AM

Spring Tree Planting

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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.

Relay kickoff– Image 1

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.

Gospel jam– Image 1

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