Canada - Kingston Whig-Standard
Wednesday - 24th February, 2021
Stonemasons to dismantle, then rebuild, dry stone wall
A small crew of stonemasons are currently dismantling a 16-metre portion of a 40-metre-long dry ston...
Tuesday - 23rd February, 2021
Judge reserves decision in animal rights versus property rights case
Final legal arguments were made via Zoom on Friday at the trial — publicized on social media — o...
Saturday - 20th February, 2021
CITY THE LOSER WHEN SPORTS EVENTS VANISH
Despite the current “green” status of the Kingston, Frontenac and Lennox and Addington region, t...
Friday - 19th February, 2021
ADDITIONAL CLINICS TO BE SET UP FOR MASS VACCINATIONS
Immunization clinics will be set up in Kingston's downtown and north end in addition to the ...
Thursday - 18th February, 2021
City seeks ongoing COVID-19 support in provincial budget
Mayor Bryan Paterson is looking for ongoing business and social services support and direct funding ...
Wednesday - 17th February, 2021
Invista Centre to be used for mass vaccinations, public health says
The Invista Centre in Kingston and the Strathcona Paper Centre in Napanee will house mass immunizati...
Tuesday - 16th February, 2021
A popular effigy has returned to a front yard east of Bath, if a little out of season. When...
Saturday - 13th February, 2021
Former Napanee BIA board members say harassment led to mass resignations
Former board members of Greater Napanee's Business Improvement Area committee are pointing t...
Friday - 12th February, 2021
QUEEN'S PARK DELAYS MARCH BREAK FOR ONTARIO SCHOOLS
The Ontario government announced on Thursday that it will be postponing March break for elementary a...
Thursday - 11th February, 2021
TO FIND NON-EMERGENCY SUPPORT – CALL 211
More than ever, people across Canada need support, but it’s not always easy to know where to turn....
Wednesday - 10th February, 2021
GREEN STATUS `ABSOLUTELY NOT AN INVITATION' TO VISITORS
As Kingston, Frontenac and Lennox and Addington exits the province's stay-at-home order and ...
Tuesday - 9th February, 2021
KINGSTON COUNCIL URGED TO GO BIG ON CONFEDERATION BREAKWALL PROJECT
A local businessman is asking city councillors to give another look and a “bigger think” to a de...
Saturday - 6th February, 2021
`It is just a start'
STEPH CROSIER Proposed changes to post-secondary sexual violence and harassment policies ar...
Friday - 5th February, 2021
AREA MAN'S RUNNING STREAK OF 31 YEARS COMES TO AN END
Weather, work and other commitments have never gotten in the way of Derrick Spafford's daily...
Thursday - 4th February, 2021
Toledo family ready for Family Feud spotlight
A Toledo family will be appearing on CBC Gem's Family Feud on Thursday evening, to come up w...
Wednesday - 3rd February, 2021
Fundraiser ensures the shows will go on
When the Screening Room started a fundraiser late last year to help cover the devastating losses inc...
Tuesday - 2nd February, 2021
Proposed changes to policies to better support victims of sexual violence
New proposed changes set out by the provincial government will require post-secondary institutions t...
Saturday - 30th January, 2021
`WE HAVE LOST OUR INSPIRATIONAL LEADER'
Known as a wealth of knowledge with an unparalleled memory, the community is mourning the death on T...
Friday - 29th January, 2021
`It's been tough'
While it was clear businesses struggled in 2020, a new report from the Ontario Chamber of Commerce h...
Thursday - 28th January, 2021
COUNCIL BEGINS 2021 BUDGET DISCUSSIONS
The ongoing COVID -19 pandemic cast a long shadow over the city's 2021 budget deliberations....
Wednesday - 27th January, 2021
U.K. variant likely infected five people in region, but spread `controlled'
The Kingston region's medical officer of health said that one confirmed case of a COVID -19 ...
Tuesday - 26th January, 2021
`You found him. This is it'
On a cold, sunny afternoon in downtown Gananoque, Gary Evans embraced his biological son, Todd Vande...
Saturday - 23rd January, 2021
ON THE CASE
A year ago, Heather Dickson's typical workday was much different from the atypical ones she ...
Friday - 22nd January, 2021
VACCINE SUPPLY ISSUES WILL IMPACT KINGSTON, MOORE SAYS
The plan to vaccinate health-care workers and essential caregivers in long-term care facilities and ...
Thursday - 21st January, 2021
Council calls for natural gas to be taken out of power supply
City council joined a dozen other municipalities to call on the provincial government to begin phasi...
Wednesday - 20th January, 2021
Panel to discuss the role of `the law' in Kingston
A panel discussion Friday morning will encourage communication and learning surrounding racism, disc...
Tuesday - 19th January, 2021
COUPLE'S CHARITY ABROAD CONTINUES AMID PANDEMIC
A Napanee couple who have been travelling to Peru, Uganda and Zambia for 18 years are seeing the eff...
Saturday - 16th January, 2021
CHILDREN'S MENTAL HEALTH A CONCERN
A Kingston woman has crafted an open letter and petition to Ontario Premier Doug Ford and other gove...
Friday - 15th January, 2021
MOBILE VACCINATIONS START THIS WEEKEND
Mobile COVID-19 vaccination clinics will start rolling out this weekend in Kingston and across south...
Thursday - 14th January, 2021
Wednesday - 13th January, 2021
First COVID-19 vaccines administered in Kingston
A Kingston nurse was the first person to be vaccinated against COVID-19 on Tuesday. Workers...
Tuesday - 12th January, 2021
Retired professor, grandfather first COVID-19 victim in Kingston region
A retired Queen's University professor and grandfather who “left a big footprint on a lot ...
Saturday - 9th January, 2021
FIRE `COMPLETELY DESTROYS' VERONA HOUSING COMPLEX
Timothy Hubbard said he was watching television when the fire alarm went off in the unit below him a...
Friday - 8th January, 2021
Elementary students not returning to in-person learning on Monday
Elementary school students will not be returning to in-person learning on Monday as originally plann...
Thursday - 7th January, 2021
Some inmates to be vaccinated starting Friday
Correctional Service Canada confirmed Wednesday that elderly and medically at-risk offenders in its ...
Wednesday - 6th January, 2021
Three Kingston residents facing 72 criminal charges from police
Three Kingston residents are facing a total of 72 criminal charges from police following a two-month...
Tuesday - 5th January, 2021
October, November and December
October 1 ■ Kingston's COVID-19 assessment centre reached capacity for the second...
Saturday - 2nd January, 2021
Mayor reflects on `unprecedented' 2020
“Boy, that seems pretty extreme.” That was Mayor Bryan Paterson's first thought...
Thursday - 31st December, 2020
Literacy and skills centre damaged by smoke from fire next door
The classrooms in which many of Kingston's newcomers have been taught to read and speak Engl...
Wednesday - 30th December, 2020
March, April, May
March 3 ■ Two RCMP officers carried in the Brier Tankard trophy during the opening ceremo...
Tuesday - 29th December, 2020
This is the first in a two-part series highlighting the drug-poisoning crisis in Kingston. ...
Thursday - 24th December, 2020
PARAMEDIC CALLS IT A CAREER AFTER 50 YEARS
“4363, 79242 signing off.” And with that on Dec. 17, Graham Christie ended a 50-year ca...
Wednesday - 23rd December, 2020
Length of lockdown could be reviewed, Moore believes
While the Ontario government announced Monday there will be a four-week lockdown across southern Ont...
Tuesday - 22nd December, 2020
LOCKDOWN TO BEGIN ON BOXING DAY
Ontario will go into lockdown on Boxing Day in an effort to bring soaring COVID-19 cases under contr...
Saturday - 19th December, 2020
`This was going to be where we grew old together'
For so many, 2020 has been a year marked by sadness and stress. For Cheryl Sutherland, it w...
Friday - 18th December, 2020
Community rallies around Kingston family after house fire
A Gofundme online campaign for a Kingston-area family whose house was destroyed by fire has more tha...
Thursday - 17th December, 2020
BEYOND CLASSROOMS GOES FARTHER
While field trips haven't been a high priority for local elementary students who are learnin...
Wednesday - 16th December, 2020
Holiday socializing `a setting for disaster'
There were 15 new cases of COVID-19 in the Kingston region on Tuesday. The cases are: a fem...
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