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City of Kingston Seeks Public Input on Redesigned Website

The City of Kingston wants your input on its redesigned website. It’s been over a decade since the last redesign of the city’s website, and the most recent effort requiring two separate phases over the past year. In Phase One, the City partnered with eSolutions Group to develop the design while also consulting with the ‘public… Keep Reading


School Board Releases Statement About School Lockdown

The Limestone District School Board addressed Thursday’s lockdown & hold and secure  at local schools by issuing the following article on its website (*update below): All students & staff are safe following Lockdown & Hold and Secure earlier today All students and staff are safe at schools affected earlier today by the initiation of Lockdown and Hold and… Keep Reading


Police Seek Suspects in Nortel Facility Vandalism – Video

Kingston Police are seeking the public’s assistance in identifying two men who gained entry to the former Nortel Facility and then vandalized portions of the building. The incident occurred between approximately 6:30 pm and 7:00 pm on Friday, May 24 at the large facility situated at 700 Gardiners Rd, behind the RioCan Centre. (map) The… Keep Reading


LCVI Teacher to Receive 2013 Baillie Award for Excellence

During this spring’s convocation ceremonies at Queen’s University, five inspiring teachers will receive the 2013 Baillie Award for Excellence in Secondary School Teaching. The award was established by Chancellor Emeritus A. Charles Baillie to recognize “outstanding secondary school teachers who pass on to their students a lifelong desire to learn and inspire them to pursue… Keep Reading


Joe’s M.I.L.L. Receives $14,900 Ontario Trillium Foundation Grant

On Tuesday, May 21, 2013, the Joe’s M.I.L.L. Board of Directors will hold a Donor Recognition Reception to recognize the generous donation from the Ontario Trillium Foundation of $14,900. Dignitaries and speakers invited to Tuesday’s reception include Mr. John Gerretsen, MPP, Kingston & the Islands; Mark Gerretsen, Mayor of the City of Kingston; Ann Pritchard,… Keep Reading


Research: Early Screenings Key to Diagnosing Glaucoma – Video

New Kingston-based research has established the importance of getting regular screenings for glaucoma, a condition of increased pressure within the eyeball that causes gradual loss of sight and the leading cause of irreversible blindness worldwide. A Hotel Dieu Hospital based research group led by Dr. Sanjay Sharma examined 50 peer-reviewed research articles which found support… Keep Reading

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