Here is a look at what is making news in Kingston on Monday November 4th, 2013


Kingston Pen – Habitat Tours

The Rogers K-Rock Centre and Ticketmaster have come to the rescue of Habitat for Humanity.  They’re taking over the ticket selling for Habitat’s tours of Kingston Penitentiary.
Tickets will go on sale through Ticketmaster starting at 4pm today.
Both the Rogers K-Rock Centre and Ticketmaster are waiving all fees for the service.
Tickets will be sold for 20 dollars each.
Tours will resume on Wednesday and run through November 18th.

Deseronto – Stabbing

A 24 year old man from Deseronto appears in Napanee court today for a bail hearing after a stabbing on Friday.  Joseph Falls faces two counts of assault causing bodily harm after a man was stabbed in Deseronto.  The victim was treated and released from hospital.

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