Heather Senoran joined CKWS News in 2014 as a reporter/videographer.
The Toronto native loves being able to call the Limestone city her home as she gets to connect with Kingstonians and share their compelling stories.
Heather is a proud journalism graduate of both Humber College and Fanshawe College.
She has a lot of volunteer and internship work under her belt with Global News, CTV London and Rogers TV.
When she’s not at work you can find her at a concert, movie theatre or surfing the web for the latest funny cat video.
Retired Belleville Orthodontist facing child pornography and voyeurism-related charges dies from liver cancer in the middle of his criminal case. Continue reading →
Some construction work has begun in Prince Edward County for WPD’s White Pines Wind Project. But hundreds of county residents still hope the nine-turbine project is cancelled. Continue reading →
Fort Henry is transformed into a festival of fear for another year. Continue reading →
Queen’s University hosts another homecoming weekend where alumni can reconnect with old friends, have fun and watch a football game. Continue reading →
South Frontenac Township hands out awards to community members who helped save lives and local fire fighters. Continue reading →
Sears Canada is ready to pull the plug on every one of its stores if judge approves liquidation sales. Kingstonians react to the news. Continue reading →
Martha’s Table expects about 250 to 300 guests for their annual holiday feast, which is made and served by dedicated volunteers. Continue reading →
The funds will help Easter Seals provide mobility equipment and send kids to fully accessible camps in the area. Continue reading →
128 flags were raised in Kingston to pay tribute to the Canadian military members from the Boer War to present. Continue reading →
Queen’s CardioPulmonary Unit (QCPU) brings translational research to Kingston. Continue reading →
KCVI may become heritage designation. Heritage Committee will vote this week. Continue reading →
Barriefield Dry Stone Wall restored thanks to the Dry Stone Festival in Kingston. Continue reading →
Alumni gather at the Kingston high school, KCVI, to celebrate 225 years. Continue reading →
MP Mark Gerretsen answers questions at a Kingston town hall meeting about the federal government’s controversial proposed tax reform. Continue reading →
Acapella group from Kingston will compete against singers from across the globe in Vegas. Continue reading →