The Kingston Frontenac Public Library Board will be asking city council for $100,000 to pilot a ‘staff-less’ library program at its Pittsburgh branch.
A motorcycle rider is in hospital with serious injuries after a collision with a car in Kingston’s west end. It happened late Wednesday morning on Front Road, west of Days Road.
During October 16th’s Homecoming street gathering in Kingston, a city transit bus was vandalized. Kingston Police say they’ve charged two men in relation to the crime.
The City of Kingston and Kingston police have released how many fines and charges were laid over homecoming weekend, in which several large street parties were held.
It’s been a year and a half since Air Canada left Kingston, and its airport is still looking to secure a partnership with a new carrier.
A Kingston, Ont., man says a contractor made holes in his bathroom wall to fix a leak but hasn’t come back to repair them. His landlord says there is a backlog for repair work.
An amendment to Kingston’s short-term rental bylaw would see those fined avoid the provincial court system, instead opting to have fines paid at city all.
A former Perth, Ont. high school teacher currently serving three and a half years for sex-related offences is now the subject of two civil lawsuits.
A Kingston, Ont., restaurant refusing to ask patrons for COVID-19 vaccination proof has had its liquor license revoked for non-compliance with the Reopening Ontario Act.
Kingston Health Sciences Centre has announced it will require families of patients to show proof of COVID-19 vaccination when visiting its hospitals.
High School sports may be coming back to the Kingston area, but student-athletes will be playing in front of empty stands, at least for the time being.
More than 1,000 Queen’s University students walked out of classes on Sept. 27 to support Western University students who’ve been victims of sexual assault.
A restaurant in Elgin, Ont. is taking a stand against the Province’s vaccine passport mandate, saying it won’t enforce the rule when customers visit.
Ontario Minister of Health, Christine Elliott was in Tweed on Friday Sept. 17, 2021 to announce the creation of eight new health teams across the province.
Federal NDP Leader Jagmeet Singh spoke to supporters during a campaign stop in Kingston, Ont. on Sept.16, 2021. Roughly 400 people attended the campaign stop.