News

Kingston Store Clerk Injured in Violent Robbery

Kingston Store Clerk Injured in Violent Robbery

Canada Day robbery being investigated by Detectives from the Major Crime Unit

Governor General Decorates Kingston Armed Forces Members

Governor General Decorates Kingston Armed Forces Members

Meritorious Service Medals (Military Division) and Medal of Bravery presented

Queen’s Emeritus Professor Elected to TVN Board

Queen’s Emeritus Professor Elected to TVN Board

Dr. Duncan Sinclair welcomed by Technology Evaluation in the Elderly Network

Releases

Kingston Fire Chief Announces Retirement

Kingston Fire Chief Announces Retirement

After 33 years in emergency services, Rhéaume Chaput, chief of Kingston fire and rescue, has announced his retirement effective August 31, 2015. “It’s time for me to spend more time with family,” Chaput said. “I am very proud to have served with Kingston fire and rescue and know the management team is exceptionally well qualified [...]

Clayton to Host “Rock for the River” Benefit Concert

Clayton to Host “Rock for the River” Benefit Concert

Save The River is hosting its 12th annual ‘Rock for the River’ benefit concert at the Clayton Opera House this Saturday, July 4th, 2015. ‘Rock for the River’ is a one of a kind benefit concert developed by Thousand Islands resident and musician Jay Nash. Each year, Nash brings a special River-loving group of recording [...]

United Way Volunteers Receive Ontario Service Awards

United Way Volunteers Receive Ontario Service Awards

Every year, the Ontario Ministry of Citizenship Immigration and Trade hosts receptions in communities across the province to recognize individuals for their years of continued volunteer service with not-for-profit organizations. This year, nine local United Way KFLA volunteers, who have demonstrated a long-term volunteering commitment, were recognized during a special ceremony held on Wednesday, June [...]

Entertainment

The Tragically Hip Among Musicians Making Canadians Most Proud

The Tragically Hip Among Musicians Making Canadians Most Proud

The Kingston formed band polled second only to Celine Dion in national poll

Award Winning Blues Acts Plays RCHA Club

Award Winning Blues Acts Plays RCHA Club

The Kingston Blues Society will present two award winning acts at the RCHA Club tonight, Friday June 12. Beginning at 8:30 pm, JUNO award winner Morgan Davis and British Blues Award Winners Red Dirt Skinners are set to rock Blues fans at the Ontario Street club. Morgan Davis has been touring across Canada, the United [...]

Hip Hop Star to Wow Crowds at the Mansion

Hip Hop Star to Wow Crowds at the Mansion

Event is part of the Landmark Events Festival series

Science & Tech

KGH First in Ontario to Use GPS-like Technology in Cardiac Procedures

KGH First in Ontario to Use GPS-like Technology in Cardiac Procedures

400+ KGH cardiac patients expected to benefit from new technology

Synthetic Sperm Protein May Help Treat Male Infertility

Synthetic Sperm Protein May Help Treat Male Infertility

Discovery by Queen’s University Biomedical and Molecular Sciences Researcher

Queen’s Awarded $15 Million for Cancer Trials Collaborations

Queen’s Awarded $15 Million for Cancer Trials Collaborations

U.S. National Institutes of Health funding Clinical Trials Group at Queen’s University