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Movie Doctor -The Maze Runner, This Is Where I Leave You and Walk Among The Tombstones

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Mazes, fun time with family members, and another flick from the Liam Neeson revenge flick genre… The Maze Runner, This Is Where I Leave You and Walk Among The Tombstones open on the silver screen.

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Kingston News on Friday September 19th, 2014

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KP Review

The Kingston Police Force is spending 150 thousand dollars for consultants from KPMG to do a review of what it does and how it’s been doing.
KPMG will spend 16 weeks reviewing the force.
The audit will include interviews with employees and analysis of statistics and data.
The end results will be recommendations on how Kingston Police can improve service.

Kingston Police – Asking for Help

Kingston Police hope pictures of suspects in two theft cases they have posted online will lead to arrests.
Police have posted pictures of two young men suspected of using a credit card stolen on August 13th.
The pictures clearly show the faces of the two suspects who tried to return a hockey stick to Canadian Tire for a cash refund after it was bought with the stolen card.

Police also believe the same person who has stolen multiple computers from St. Lawrence College since 2012 walked into the college and stole another one on Sunday.
Pictures clearly show the suspects face.



Kingston Police are giving you a heads up about a scam that has already cost someone over four thousand dollars.
It’s one of those nasty things that targets seniors.
People have been calling homes trying to sell a device called an Intelligent Power Saver.
They tell you the thing plugs into an outlet and will save you money on your electricity bill…but they do nothing.

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Kingston News on Thursday September 18th, 2014

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Education Testing Results

The Limestone District School Board says a concentrated effort will be made to improve the math skills of students in elementary schools in Kingston and across its district.
Provincial testing results show students in grade 3 and 6 are doing better with reading and writing…but the results for math are getting worse.
The School Board says teachers will take special training to work on improving student achievement in math.
The Algonquin and Lakeshore Catholic District School Board says results for testing of grade 3 and 6 students show math skills have remained the same and have improved slightly for reading and writing.

High School Sports

It’s a big day At Kingston Collegiate and Vocational Institute.
The school will be replaced with a new one combining students from KCVI and QECVI.
The irony is that KCVI is celebrating its 222nd anniversary this year.
Today….students will hold a pep rally at the Queen’s Athletic and Recreation Centre followed by a full slate of home sports games.  The beginning of the football season will come with a taste of the future.  KCVI and QECVI will be combining athletes to field both a junior and senior football team called….the “Blue Raiders.”

Soma – Platform

One of the candidates running for mayor in Kingston is against a casino and says the mayor’s chair in city council chambers needs to be on the same level as the councillors.
Brenda Slomka unveiled her campaign platform yesterday.  The first time candidate says the mayor needs to be on the same level as councillors to encourage a collaborative culture.  Slomka also supports a third crossing of the Cataraqui River and says the city needs a full time anti-poverty social worker.

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Take a Tour of Brad Paisley’s At-Home Bar

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Kingston News on Wednesday September 17th, 2014

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Knife Man

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Kingston News on Tuesday September 16th, 2014

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Child Pornography – Sentence

A 22 year old man from Kingston has been sentenced for possessing and distributing child pornography and making child pornography in the form of written material.
Anthony Vahey has already been in jail for 140 days.  He was sentenced to 23 months in jail and two years probation.  When he is released he’ll be under conditions not to be in areas where children congregate and his Internet access will be restricted until he is 30.

Attempt Murder Trial

An attempted murder trial is underway in Kingston.
42 year old Charity Drope is on trial for attempted murder and wounding of her husband, Bradley Barton.
Barton was stabbed in the abdomen on August 7th of last year.
Frontenac OPP found him on the front lawn of the couple’s home on Freeman Road, north of Sydenham.
Drope has pleaded not guilty and the court has been told it will have to decide if she was acting in self defence or was trying to kill Barton.

Whistle Blowing

Trespassing on the train tracks means the chance of silencing train whistles in Kingston west end is slim to none.
A report for a meeting of a city committee tonight says even if the city spends $3 million on safety upgrades…it can’t recommend stopping the whistle blowing because of safety concerns.


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Meet this Week’s “Friday FurBall”- Kendall

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KendallKendall is a sweet girl who is going to need some help socializing with new people. She is a little timid and shy, and can be a bit standoffish at first. However, once she feels comfortable, her true personality shines through. She loves to cuddle and is happiest when she is being held. She has lived with another small dog and cats, and could benefit from a new home with other animals to help her build her confidence. However, she would be fine to be the only pet as well and would enjoy being a pampered pooch! Kendall’s nature is gentle and tender, and with a little help she is sure to become a social butterfly. Kendall will need to be in a home with children over 16 and would love to have an experienced owner to help her adjust to her new life. Her adoption fee will be $350 and she will be spayed before she goes home. If you have time and patience and would like to help Kendall get a fresh start at life, please come visit her at the shelter today! For more on Kendall click here
If you would like to adopt Kendall or any of the other “Friday Fur Balls” visit www.kingstonhumanesociety.ca or stop by Kingston Humane Society at 1 Bennington CRT.
For more information contact the Kingston Humane Society at 613 546-1291


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Kingston News Friday September 12th, 2014

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United Way Kickoff

The United Way fund raising campaign in Kingston, Frontenac, Lennox and Addington has set a goal of raising $3,481,000.  The fund raising goal was announced this morning during a kickoff breakfast at the Ambassador Conference Resort.  The campaign raised $3.4 million last year and tours of Kingston Penitentiary pushed that to 3.6 million.

Pistorius Verdict

The verdict is in for Olympic sprinter Oscar Pistorius.  A judge in Pretoria, South African has found Pistorius guilty of culpable homicide or negligent killing, which is similar to what’s called manslaughter in Canada.  The judge says the Olympic sprinter was negligent when he mistakenly shot and killed girlfriend Reeva Steenkamp 19 months ago. His sentence will be announced at a later date.

J.K. Tett Centre

Work on the city owned J.K. Tett Centre next to the new Queen’s Performing Arts Centre is behind schedule.  Delays in renovating the heritage property on King Street means it won’t be opening as planned this month.  Tenants have been notified they’ll be able to use the new facilities in December and a grand opening is being planned for January.


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