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Province receives petition

Plans to close Kingston Collegiate and Vocational Institute (KCVI) have received backlash in the form of a petition launched last Friday.Continue...

Housing development angers residents

A proposed Johnson St. housing development is now facing an Ontario Municipal Board (OMB) appeal following complaints from neighbouring residents.Continue...

Charity a focus for district candidate

Bonnie Ferguson, the first registered candidate for the 2014 Kingston municipal elections, says she was inspired by God to live with the homeless.Continue...

Queen’s to pay City for Homecoming

The University announced yesterday that it would pay $100,000 to the City of Kingston for three years, to help cover policing costs associated with Homecoming and the general student population.Continue...

Mayor, Principal talk police costs

Mayor Mark Gerretsen met with Principal Woolf this Tuesday to discuss compensation for Homecoming policing expenses, which Gerretsen estimates at $150,000.Continue...

John Gerretsen announces retirement

After 40 years of service, Kingston Member of Provincial Parliament (MPP) John Gerretsen has announced his forthcoming retirement.Continue...

AMS, SGPS challenge City in provincial hearing

City and AMS lawyers wrestled over testimonials from City officials yesterday, as the Ontario Municipal Board hearing on city electoral boundaries entered its fourth day.Continue...

Martha’s Table seeks funds to feed impoverished

This year, Martha’s Table is hoping to keep their bowls filled.Continue...

New residences approved for construction

The construction of two new residences has been approved by City Council after changes were made to the buildings’ original layouts.Continue...

Residence plans resisted

The University’s plans for two new residence buildings on campus could face setbacks after public input on the project showed to be overwhelmingly negative.Continue...

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