News

KEDCO Director of Tourism Accepts New Job in Alabama

KEDCO Director of Tourism Accepts New Job in Alabama

According to U.S. media, Carnegie may start new position within four to six weeks

Police Release Name of Accused in Wednesday’s Bank Robbery

Police Release Name of Accused in Wednesday’s Bank Robbery

Kingston Police has released the name of a 32-year-old local male charged with the bank robbery that occurred in Kingston yesterday. The robbery occurred at 5:00 p.m. on Wednesday, August 12 when a lone male entered the 750 Gardiners Road TD Canada Trust. The man informed a teller that he had a gun, demanded cash, [...]

28th Annual Kingston Sheep Dog Trials

28th Annual Kingston Sheep Dog Trials

Event at Grass Creek Park runs from Friday, August 7 to Sunday, August 9

Releases

Road Closures & Delays for August 31 to September 6

Road Closures & Delays for August 31 to September 6

Please see below for a list of road construction projects and events expected to have an impact on traffic flow next week, including a notice from Utilities Kingston’s about electrical work affecting downtown parking and sidewalks, and about Queen’s University student move-in day. Is construction coming to a street near you? See the entire 2015-18 [...]

St. George’s Cathedral Begins New Choir Season

St. George’s Cathedral Begins New Choir Season

All three church choirs of St. George’s Cathedral – children’s, teen, and adult – begin a new season on Friday September 11, 2015. Adult Choir of St. George’s Cathedral begins their new on September 11 from 5:30 pm to 7:30 pm. A number of short-term seasonal choirs are being offered for occasional singers, as well [...]

Provincial Offences Court Moves to Montreal Street

Provincial Offences Court Moves to Montreal Street

Starting Tuesday, Aug. 25 you will go to 362 Montreal St. if you have a Provincial Offences fine to pay or ticket to dispute. The new business hours at the new location will be 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. The Provincial Offences court and administrative offices were closed on Monday, Aug. 24 to accommodate the [...]

Entertainment

Shred Kelly Performs at The Grad Club

Shred Kelly Performs at The Grad Club

B.C.’s Shred Kelly will be performing at The Grad Club on Friday, August 28th. The band has been on the road all summer and began the season by picking up two Kootenay Music awards for ‘Best Live Act’ and ‘Album of the Year’ for “Sing To The Night” (released Jan 27th) earlier this summer. Shred [...]

Shock Comic, Jim Jefferies, at The Grand on Thursday

Shock Comic, Jim Jefferies, at The Grand on Thursday

Australian shock comic, Jim Jefferies, will be on stage at The Grand Theatre on Thursday, August 20th. The politically incorrect actor/writer/comedian is in the midst of his North American “Freedumb” tour, which recently included five shows at Toronto’s Danforth Music Hall that one reviewer described as a “gut emptying night of laughs” from “the rising star who [...]

Avril Lavigne Animated in Family Guy Game and New Movie

Avril Lavigne Animated in Family Guy Game and New Movie

Napanee star appearing in mobile game and the feature film “Charming”

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