The Kingston Community Health Centres are getting involved with the “Butterflyway Challenge”.
First Media Job: Radio Sports, CFMK/CFFX, Kingston, 1983
First TV Job: Sports Anchor, CKWS-TV, 1983
Originally From: Windsor, Ontario
Favourite CKWS Moment: Covering the Olympic Torch Run in 1988 and meeting Gordie Howe
Favourite Blooper: Being wiped off a chroma-key set by mistake but still being able to hear my voice.
About the Station: It’s a great place to continue to learn and teach.
About Kingston: There are great people, great sporting people and it’s a caring community.
Favourite Ways to Unwind: reading and watching sports
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Kingston Police are looking for a male believed to be in possession of a firearm.
Fencing around Kingston’s Breakwater Park has been removed, but fences around the beach at the Gord Edgar Downie Pier will remain up until phase one of Ontario’s reopening plan.
Ontario’s gradual reopening means back to business for a Kingston waterfront rental location.
Concrete barriers have once again popped up on many downtown streets to make more room on those streets and sidewalks for businesses.
Built in the early 1820s as a grain storehouse, the house has a connection to a nearby historic site marking the Battle of the Windmill, a conflict fought in November 1838.
Pivoting during the pandemic helps a small chocolate maker north of Kingston.
Extended covid lockdown keeping recreational boaters on shore.
Some tourist operators in the Kingston-area can’t wait to reopen, the question when.
One of the last remaining symbols of Kingston’s industrial past continues it restoration.
After more than a decade since the process began, former Kingston Mayor Isabel Turner’s official portrait is getting close to completion.
Crews continue working on Kingston’s third bridge crossing throughout the pandemic.
On Friday, the humane society received a call saying a recycling bin of pet rats had been left on a section of the trail.
The annual “baby shower” is taking place this weekend, only this year it is virtual.
The need for food hasn’t gone away, but the method of collecting it has changed amid the pandemic.