Canada - Kingston Whig-Standard
Saturday - 4th July, 2020
City to consider changes to Macdonald monuments
The words “Spirit of Sir John A.” could be removed from the train engine in Confederation Park, ...
Thursday - 2nd July, 2020
OBSERVING CANADA DAY
A neighbourhood chipmunk enjoys a Canada Day snack at a feeder in the front yard of a house in Kings...
Tuesday - 30th June, 2020
Nail salon linked to 27 active COVID-19 cases
A total of 27 cases have now been traced to a COVID-19 outbreak at Binh’s Nails and Spa in Kingsto...
Saturday - 27th June, 2020
Masks made mandatory in region by public health
Masks must be worn when inside public buildings, the city and public health declared Friday.&nbs...
Friday - 26th June, 2020
NAIL SALON AT THE CENTRE OF OUTBREAK
A nail salon in the west end has become the nucleus of Kingston's second wave of the COVID-1...
Thursday - 25th June, 2020
CITY, PARTNERS LAUNCH DOWNTOWN PLAN
With an eye on making the city’s downtown busier and safer for shoppers and diners alike, the “L...
Tuesday - 23rd June, 2020
Mayor says city has no plans to remove Macdonald statue
Kingston Mayor Bryan Paterson says that the city has no plans to remove a statue of Sir John A. Macd...
Saturday - 20th June, 2020
SPLASH PADS OPEN JUST IN TIME FOR SUMMER HEAT
Many Kingston-area children and adults were no doubt happy on Friday when the city opened eight of i...
Friday - 19th June, 2020
NATURE’S VAN GOGH
Algal blooms on a lake in South Frontenac Township appear as smears of green slime from the ground, ...
Thursday - 18th June, 2020
Hospital union pickets over pandemic pay exclusions
Approximately 40 support staff at Kingston Health Sciences Centre’s Kingston General Hospital site...
Wednesday - 17th June, 2020
‘Pride is usually a time when we actually see each other’
For the first time in recent memory, no exuberant display of colour and pride marched down Princess ...
Tuesday - 16th June, 2020
‘It’s been the hardest thing in the world’
St. Mary’s Cathedral reopened its doors to parishioners on Sunday as churches in various parts of ...
Saturday - 13th June, 2020
Long lineups at barbershops as restrictions lifted
Phillip Rogers said the 95-minute wait was worth it. Rogers was second in line on Friday mo...
Friday - 12th June, 2020
DOWNTOWN FIXTURE CLOSING ITS DOORS
At around 3 p.m. on a frozen day in January 1989, a customer came into Vandervoort General Store and...
Wednesday - 10th June, 2020
Tuesday - 9th June, 2020
The community of the small village of Parham is reeling after a man is alleged to have used a weapon...
Saturday - 6th June, 2020
AWARD RIGHT FOR WRIGHT
Kingston Frontenacs rookie centre Shane Wright scores against the Niagara Icedogs during an Ontario ...
Friday - 5th June, 2020
Local funeral home offers drive-through visitation
Over the years, using drivethrough lanes at restaurants and stores to pick up food and other items h...
Thursday - 4th June, 2020
Kingston council gives Belle Park campers until July 7 to move out
Residents of an encampment in Belle Park have been given more time before the city makes them move o...
Tuesday - 2nd June, 2020
Saturday - 30th May, 2020
Call border hotline about U.S. visitors, not his office, MP says
The office of Mark Gerretsen, Kingston and the Islands’ member of Parliament, has been receiving c...
Thursday - 28th May, 2020
Stone Mills residents ready to fight pig farm planned for Erinsville
Residents of Stone Mills Township are feeling blindsided by a pig farm that is on track to be built ...
Wednesday - 27th May, 2020
Ontario SPCA distributes free pet food during crisis
The Ontario Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals has launched the Urgent Animal Care Fun...
Tuesday - 26th May, 2020
No emergency housing for family with emotional support animals
An Odessa woman and her two daughters are living in tents in the parking lot of Kingston’s Belle P...
Saturday - 23rd May, 2020
‘There’s a lot worse things going on in the world than this’
A Stone Mills Township family will have to get rid of their livestock if they cannot come up with a ...
Friday - 22nd May, 2020
Victory gardens take root on Amherst Island
“It’s lamb therapy,” Jacob Murray said as he lay on the grass, a half-dozen newborn lambs nuzz...
Thursday - 21st May, 2020
INSIDE THE BUBBLE
This is the fifth part of a series of articles that will try to tell the story of the herculean effo...
Wednesday - 20th May, 2020
INSIDE THE BUBBLE
This is the fourth part of a series of articles that will try to tell the story of the herculean eff...
Saturday - 16th May, 2020
INSIDE THE BUBBLE
This is the first part of a series of articles that will try to tell the story of the herculean effo...
Friday - 15th May, 2020
Queen’s, SLC reveal back-to-school plans
Two of the city’s post-secondary schools have unveiled tentative plans for the fall semester.&...
Wednesday - 13th May, 2020
Britton Smith’s ‘wonderful life’ hits 100 years
In the 1946 classic Christmas movie It’s a Wonderful Life, the film’s main character, George Bai...
Tuesday - 12th May, 2020
Agricultural society cancels Kingston’s fall fair
Kingston’s fall fair has been cancelled, the Kingston and District Agricultural Society announced ...
Saturday - 9th May, 2020
GUESTS OF HONOUR
Charge nurse Karen Anderson, left, and registered nurses Wendy Mcfarlane and Rachel Deines, all of t...
Friday - 8th May, 2020
Mayor says letter to premier ‘not about us going rogue’
The local public health agency’s request for the province to adopt a regional approach to easing C...
Thursday - 7th May, 2020
Virtual racing fills cyclists’ competitive void
Illuminated by a small set of track lights on the ceiling, cyclist Jim Laird climbed on his bike Mon...
Wednesday - 6th May, 2020
ADVENTURE BECOMES GRUELLING CROSS-CONTINENT ROAD TRIP
What began as a cross-continent adventure for Adriana Larios ended as an exercise in mental resilien...
Saturday - 2nd May, 2020
RMC MOURNS DEATHS OF FOUR ALUMNI
There are no officer cadets at Royal Military College in Kingston currently, but the close-knit comm...
Friday - 1st May, 2020
Studios offer online classes for clients stuck at home
For weeks, public health officials have advised residents to find ways to keep active even when they...
Wednesday - 29th April, 2020
Tuesday - 28th April, 2020
Residents take advantage of reopened trails
Several conservation areas across the Kingston region reopened on Saturday, just in time for local r...
Saturday - 25th April, 2020
Staff Sgt. Stephane Leclerc salutes alongside three other RCMP officers and a civilian member while ...
Friday - 24th April, 2020
Thursday - 23rd April, 2020
Experts say bats ‘scapegoats’ in COVID-19 origin theories
A local wildlife rehabilitation centre is using personal protective equipment to protect bats in the...
Wednesday - 22nd April, 2020
Local company wants to battle coronavirus by building medical pods
A Kingston manufacturer of office pods is currently changing its manufacturing processes to build po...
Tuesday - 21st April, 2020
Resident at Providence Manor tests positive for COVID-19
A resident at Providence Care’s long-term care facility, Providence Manor, has tested positive for...
Saturday - 18th April, 2020
Public health recommends wearing mask ‘in confined areas’
Going to the grocery store during the COVID-19 pandemic has become a delicate dance of trying to kee...
Friday - 17th April, 2020
City’s homeless face greater hardship in midst of pandemic
It’s Saturday night at 8 p.m. in downtown Kingston. The air is chilled — the temperature will di...
Thursday - 16th April, 2020
While there’s reason to believe the spread of COVID -19 is slowing, Canadian leaders warned Wednes...
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