• Put arts money in right hands

      The city is poised to become a bigger player in the arts. Earlier this month, city council received a public art master plan, guidelines for how the city may ...
  • New school, new beginnings

    A new high school that will serve the next generation of Kingston students should be a cause for community celebration, not divisiveness.
  • Town hall meetings unnecessary

    The series of town hall meetings to hear what’s on the minds of Kingston residents may serve the political needs of the mayor and city councilors but they do little ...
  • Giving Grapes his due

    He’s our most recognizable personality. He has done more for promoting Kingston than anyone. And as he marks his 80th birthday on Wednesday, it’s time to give Don Cherry a ...
  • Hungry, but not fed

    It's hard to imagine letting a child go hungry on purpose. Every now and again – too often, true – we're horrified by a news story about parents facing trial ...