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Kingston
  • Sydenham family says paddle tennis is ‘a great way to beat the COVID-19 blues’
    Paddle tennis is catching on in South Frontenac Township.
    5 hours
    Sports
  • Governments kick in more than $47M for Kingston transit, active transportation projects
    Kingston is getting a busload of cash to encourage more people out of their cars.
    Aug 11
    News
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  • Federal government provides funding to multiple central Ontario wineries, breweries
    Minister of Economic Development Mélanie Joly announced on Friday that the government is investing $250,000 into small businesses in Stirling, Tweed, and Bath, Ont.
    Aug 10
    Canada
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  • Work continues on historic Fort Frontenac wall in downtown Kingston
    Restoration work continues on the wall surrounding Fort Frontenac in downtown Kingston.
    Aug 9
    News
  • Millhaven inmates claim mistreatment and unsanitary conditions
    "He's at a point where he's just so emotionally and mentally put down that he feels like he has no hope," says Chelsea Murphy.
    Aug 7
    Crime
  • No active cases of COVID-19 in Kingston region on Aug. 7
    KFL&A Public Health is reporting no active cases of the novel coronavirus in the Kingston region on Aug. 7.
    Aug 7
    Canada
  • 92-year-old Kingston, Ont., man walking 92 km to raise money for food bank, veterans
    This 92-year-old Kingston man is seven kilometres away from his 92-km walk for charity.
    Aug 7
    Canada
  • Newly reopened Kingston businesses deal with new COVID-19 reality
    Global News caught up with a couple of newly reopened businesses to see how they are faring as the pandemic drags on. 
    Aug 6
    News
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  • Skeleton Park neighbourhood art project encourages rest of Kingston to follow their creative lead
    Get creative Limestone City.
    Aug 5
    News
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  • Tornado hits Camden East, Ont. causing severe damage
    Environment Canada confirms that a tornado ripped through Camden East on Sunday, leaving severe damage in its wake.
    Aug 4