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Queen’s sidewalks prioritized for snow removal

With the first snowfall earlier this month, sidewalks in the Queen’s area have been given priority snow removal under the new winter control plan.Continue...

Several steps forward, one step back

I’ve never been so happy to see a downpour on a Saturday night. At that point, I knew we were in the clear.Continue...

Scramble crossing at Union and University

Starting this September, the Union St. and University Ave. intersection will become the first all-way “scramble” crosswalk in Kingston.Continue...

Queen’s hopes to extend noise exemption

Queen’s has begun the process of getting a year-long extension to a temporary noise exemption granted last summer, while residents near West Campus are still concerned with the noise levels coming from the three sports fields.Continue...

AMS honours landlord, student at City Hall

Longtime Kingston landlord Danielle Aird was awarded the 2014-15 Golden Key annual award during Thursday evening’s AMS Assembly at City Hall.Continue...

City Council votes to improve foot traffic

The University District may see an improvement in pedestrian traffic and the University may receive a new crossing at a heavily trafficked intersection, thanks to two motions that passed at City Council last month.Continue...

Signs of old University District to be auctioned off

On Sept. 11, Mayor Mark Gerretsen announced that the City will auction off 95 decommissioned street signs from the area surrounding Queen's campus.Continue...

KCVI and QECVI to close

Despite protest from the community, Kingston Collegiate and Vocational Institute (KCVI) will be closing down, along with Queen Elizabeth Collegiate and Vocational Institute (QECVI).Continue...

Jim Neill set to run

Williamsville District councillor Jim Neill is hoping to reclaim his position in the upcoming municipal election.Continue...

Apathy group targets students

City Council is considering investing in a $50,000 project to engage young voters for the upcoming Kingston municipal elections.Continue...

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