The Kingston Herald features a team of dedicated and experienced local writers for every column of our site. Each manages a specific section of the Herald, but may contribute to other columns when the subject matter features elements that are more related.
We also accept Press Releases from local charities, businesses, and institutions – just paste them into ‘Message’ box on our contact page, which is also suitable for contacting us with your comments and questions.
Steve Gerard – [email@example.com] email
Steve is the Chief Editor and primary contributor to the Local News and Editorial sections.
Courtney Hart – [firstname.lastname@example.org] email
Already an accomplished online writer on her own celebrity blog, that features mainstream news as well as unique interviews and research about locally raised celebrity Avril Lavigne, Courtney will use that experience to contribute to the Celebrity section of the Kingston Herald.
Heather Denise – [email@example.com] email
Collating local news along with interviewing and researching new information for these stories, is Heather’s primary role at the Herald.
Dick Mathison – [firstname.lastname@example.org] email
When it comes to the latest tech and geek news in Kingston, our own Dick Mathison is always on the case. From research at Queen’s University, to local start up companies, technology developed in Kingston is of interest for both local and international visitors.
Selby Jordan – [email@example.com] email
Local entertainment – whether its local dining, concerts at the K-Rock Centre, or annual events like the downtown Buskers – is reported by Selby as it’s announced and even as it happens.
Robert John – [firstname.lastname@example.org] email
Keeping track of the latest announcements by city institutions, business, and government is a daunting task, and their latest releases are compiled and collected by Rob for publishing on the Kingston Herald.
Merideth Smith – [email@example.com] email
A Queen’s University alumnae, Merideth’s specialties include entertainment and local interest stories with a focus on live music and charitable events.
Steve Gill – [firstname.lastname@example.org] email
Steve has been on the net since the late 80s and producing news since the late 1990s. Beginning with faux CNN-style news reports for an international military simulation, in recent years he has been involved with publishing institutional and government related news. Steve is also a member of the Canadian Association of Journalists (CAJ) and co-founder of Arcana Media.