Man Located

A missing Kingston man has been found in Sudbury.
Police in Sudbury were able to speak with 59 year old Terry Clark.
They determined Clark is in good health and his situation doesn’t require any intervention by police.
The man had last been seen in Kingston a week ago and his family was concerned about his health.

St. Lawrence – KPI

St. Lawrence College says it has received high marks in the latest Key Performance Indicators report.
The survey of students, graduates, and employers gave St. Lawrence A’s for graduate satisfaction, student satisfaction and employer satisfaction.  Each category got a score of over 80% and the survey concluded that the graduate employment rate for students attending St. Lawrence College is 88.1%.

St. Lawrence – Behavioral Solutions

St. Lawrence College is hosting the sixth annual Building Behavioral Solutions conference on its Kingston campus today and tomorrow.
The conference brings together leading industry professionals, faculty and students.
St. Lawrence is a leader in the field of Behavioral Sciences.

Bus Shelter Hit

A Kingston bus shelter has been reduced to a pile of shattered glass after being hit by a car.
The shelter at Sutherland Drive and Montreal Street was destroyed around 11:30 yesterday morning.  The car came to a stop when it hit the service station sign near the corner of the two streets.
The driver was taken to hospital for treatment after the air bags deployed in the vehicle.

Kingston Biz Moves

The Future Shop store at the big box outlet mall on Gardiners Road is getting a new lease on life.
It will become a Lee Valley Tools outlet.
There’s no official word from the company on when the store will be opening.

A popular downtown Yoga studio is changing hands and names.
Tanya Harrington has sold Feel Yoga Studio at 80 Princess Street and is moving her yoga studio to Godfrey.
Johnny Rowe is back from training in Bikram Yoga and will be taking over the downtown space.  It will be called Oasis Yoga.

Burning Ban

Kingston Fire and Rescue got five complaints about open air burning yesterday and firefighters scrambled to put out a grass fire in the area of Auld Street – off Front Road near the Cataraqui Trail.
It was day one of an open air burning ban because of the increased risk of brush and grass fires.  No open air burning is permitted within the city limits. Violators face fines of up to $50,000 and may have to pay for the firefighters to put out the fire.

CO Detectors Mandatory

Kingston Fire and Rescue is also reminding you that carbon monoxide detectors are now mandatory for all homes. Ontario’s new law gave people until April 15th to have a CO alarm installed outside all sleeping areas in homes heated with natural gas, oil or propane or have any other fuel-burning appliances.