Kingston and the Islands Green candidate, Dr. Waji Khan, deleted a tweet of endorsement for NDP candidate Vic Sahai that was posted Thursday morning.
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Just over a week away from the Federal Election, some local candidates are facing additional obstacles as a number of campaign signs have been destroyed or vandalized.
Kingston police are requesting the public’s assistance in locating a missing 30-year-old woman, Kryn Stanley.
Ottawa Police tweeted Friday afternoon that they are on scene in the 2800 block of Sheffield Road conducting a police investigation.
The United Way says the higher goal reflects growing needs in the community due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Damage is extensive after a Jeep plowed into a house on Montreal Street this morning, and Kingston Police say both occupants of the vehicle fled the scene.
Labour day festivities were held at Victoria Park on Monday by the Kingston and District Labour Council to highlight the work of labourers in the region.
With many students making their way back to Kingston, large gatherings across the University District are causing a safety concern for community members.
New students began moving into their new home for the year at St. Lawrence College’s Kingston campus in preparation for the upcoming school year.
Local school boards and teaching staff are continuing to prepare for classes that are set to begin Sept. 7. They are looking to ensure a safe and smooth transition.
Police say they found open alcohol containers and a substantial quantity of crystal methamphetamine, pills, digital scales and packaging materials in the man’s car.
One person was killed in a single-vehicle crash on Highway 401 between Napanee and Odessa. Both westbound and eastbound lanes of the highway were closed for the crash.
Police say a man was rushed to Kingston General Hospital just before 10 p.m. Sunday night with a non-life-threatening gunshot wound to his arm.
The township has cancelled its plan to construct a high-speed broadband network for the region after what seems to be a problem with the application process.
A string of cashbox thefts at roadside food stands has left the Picton, Ont. community disheartened as OPP continues to investigate.