Sixty-six people from 24 different countries became legal Canadian citizens at the Isabel Bader Centre for the performing arts on Wednesday.
Jonna Semple joined CKWS News Kingston as a Videographer in 2014. As a Queen’s University graduate she was excited at the opportunity to call the Limestone City home once again. Jonna received a degree in English and Theatre at Queen’s and then headed to Seneca College for her Broadcast Journalism education.After interning and freelancing with CKWS’s Sister Stations CHEX TV in Peterborough and Studio 12 in Oshawa, Jonna packed her bags and flew across the country for a full-time opportunity as a Videographer with Shaw TV in Red Deer, Alberta where she was able to develop and advance her skills. Happy to be back in Ontario Jonna looks forward to future success with CKWS. When not at work Jonna enjoys hiking, reading and playing with her rescued cat Abbie.
Tenants of the Kozy Inn Motel were given notice that they must vacate their homes by 11 a.m. on March 1.
Two Queen’s medical students acted quickly and helped save a man’s life who was having a heart attack.
Richard Fardella is accused of killing his wife, but his family and lawyer say he is currently in seriously ill health.
The eighth annual Law Enforcement Polar Plunge saw its largest participation yet and hopes to raise close to $60,000 this year for Special Olympics Ontario.
The County CAO says the funding is not necessarily going to but cut, but that they will be reviewing the item in 2021 budget talks.
A mother tells her story, saying she was forced to sign her son’s passport in Florida, rendering her son’s passport invalid.
Division Street will remain closed between Stephen and Russell streets on Thursday morning following a structure fire at an abandoned home.
The expert says he hopes parents will rise up and demand a provincial investigation of Kingston’s public school board.
Kingston city council has voted in favour of installing red light cameras at intersections across the city.
Cathy Crowe, a Toronto-based author and street nurse, came back to her hometown of Kingston to sign copies of her new book that shines a light on a national housing epidemic.
Waterfront residents could get some relief from flooding next spring as the International Joint Commission announces plans to deviate from its water level plan.
Convenience Store owner Jason Ro was a victim of a brutal attack last month when two men attempted to rob his store.
The board would not divulge exactly what the trustee did past saying she overstepped her “governance role.”
The suspect, who the Special Investigations Unit later identified as Evan Freeman, was pronounced dead at the scene.