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Kingston News on Monday April 14th, 2014

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Here is a look at what is making news in Kingston Monday April 14th, 2014


Haunted Peak

Kingston becomes Hollywood north today.
About 300 extras are being used for scenes for the Guillermo del Torro gothic horror film…Haunted Peak.  Market Square, Market Street and a portion of King Street have been transformed into 1901.

Market Street is closed and King Street is closed between Brock Street and Earl Street for the movie filming.
Both streets will be closed until11pm tomorrow night.

Food Truck – Movie Spinoff

A new venture by a Kingston area company is being used to provide food for the movie crew filming in downtown Kingston.  Mobile Kitchens Canada has developed a special food truck for the movie industry.  The company from Inverary is well known for mobile kitchens built into trailers that can be transported to virtually any location.
President David Craig says the food truck developed for the movie industry is 34 feet long…about twice the size of a normal food truck.  They’ve also developed a regular size food truck that will operate as Burrito Bunker on Gardiners Road in Kingston this year.


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Kingston News on Thursday January 16th, 2014

Posted on by john.noon


Here is a look at what is making news in Kingston on Thursday January 16th, 2014


Reitzel Meeting

The item at the top of the list of priorities for Pittsburgh District is a third crossing of the Cataraqui River.  Councillor Brian Reitzel held a town hall session last night to get feedback from residents of the district.  Reitzel says the session will be used to develop a list of five priorities for the area.  The bridge over the river is at the top of the list.

Hydro One

Confusion over a power failure in Kingston’s west end was caused by a Hydro One spokesperson who said the power had been restored yesterday.
Repairs weren’t completed and the power failure that affected almost 15 hundred customers lasted until yesterday afternoon.
Apologies for the wrong information – it came from a Hydro One spokesperson who phoned me just before 6:30 yesterday morning.


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