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City Council approves noise bylaw exemption

The University’s application for a temporary noise bylaw exemption for Richardson Stadium and West Campus turf fields passed unanimously at City Council Tuesday evening, albeit with a few conditions.Continue...

Bottles for change

For every six-pack of beer, 60 cents goes back into the pocket of the bottle collector. It’s a small profit that can require hours of picking before accumulating a few dollars, but for some, it’s a way to make ends meet.Continue...

Queen’s wins appeal from City for refund of $1.2 million

Queen’s will receive a $1.2 million reimbursement from the City of Kingston after winning an appeal against paying property taxes for student residences.Continue...

Letter to the editor: Civic-minded student swimmers at the pier

The PUC (Public Utilities Commission) dock at King and Beverley has been one of Kingston's favourite summer swimming spots for generations.Continue...

Police cruiser hit with beer bottle during street party, but no arrests made

Kingston Police shut down University Ave. last night between Earl St. to the south and Johnson St. to the north after crowds blocked the street, according to a Kingston Police press release.Continue...

City councillor under investigation

Bill Glover, Sydenham District Councillor, is under investigation by an integrity commissioner for his actions during the electoral boundaries Ontario Municipal Board (OMB) appeal last October.Continue...

AMS looks to file appeal against City Council decision

The AMS is looking into filing an appeal with the Ontario Municipal Board (OMB) after the City voted to redraw its electoral districts last night.Continue...

Council passes one garbage bag limit

If it passes again at its final reading, a new city bylaw will limit each household to one garbage bag per collection day.Continue...

No double dip

Kingston Police added 10 extra officers on Saturday night in anticipation of an Aberdeen Street party, but no revelers showed up.Continue...