Visit Kingston shares top tourist attractions

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Visit Kingston is once again encouraging tourists to check out the regions natural, historical, and culinary attractions.

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With many attractions reopening as Ontario moves into Step 3 of the Roadmap to Reopening on Friday, Visit Kingston has released a list of the region’s most “sought-after attractions” to entice families, couples and solo travellers with diverse interests to visit.

The list, issued as a news release from Tourism Kingston, included relaxing outdoor activities such as a cruise with the Kingston 1000 Islands Cruises or a day kayaking or canoeing on Lake Ontario at Ahoy Rentals. For more

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County seeks $3.8 million grant for crisis services | Centre County Gazette

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Center for Community Resources, 2100 E. College Ave., State College, operates Centre County’s walk-in and mobile mental health crisis services. Photo by Geoff Rushton | StateCollege.com

BELLEFONTE — Centre County is looking to enhance its mental health crisis services with $3.85 million in state funding.

If received, the money will be used to improve response time and establish a crisis residential evaluation program. This comes in the wake of the broader community discussions about crisis services in the wake of the Osaze Osagie tragedy.

“As you know, crisis services has been a discussion ongoing in our community for years, but

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7 changes to make when planning Covid-era travel

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By Sally French | NerdWallet

A lot has changed in the travel world since the pre-pandemic days of 2019. Even if it seems like your life is going back to normal — you’re back in the office, you’re going out sans mask and your social calendar is once again busy — the travel industry is far from normal.

Almost everything about travel has changed. You’ll likely need to book your trip in a different order, and adjust not just where you stay, but how you get there.

Here are the biggest changes to anticipate when planning travel in this Covid-19

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Purdy, Couch out of PGA event with positive COVID-19 tests | National

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NICHOLASVILLE, Ky. (AP) — In the final week of the PGA Tour testing players as a requirement to play, Ted Purdy and Chris Couch had to withdraw from the Barbasol Championship on Tuesday when they tested positive for the coronavirus.

That makes four players who have tested positive in the last 12 days. The Barbasol Championship was the first tournament since the Valspar Championship in late April that had more than player receive a positive COVID-19 test.

The Barbasol Championship is held opposite the British Open. Purdy, whose lone PGA Tour victory was in 2005 at the Byron Nelson Championship,

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