It's mentioned in passing on one of the Offsides podcasts from several weeks back. The exact date doesn't come to mind, but it's in there, somewhere. The Fronts haven't condescended to favour the public -- you know, the people who buy tickets to games at the arena their property taxes also paid for -- with any sort of announcement. It seems fair not to go off the handle and infer that there must be great embarrassment over this, bringing back His Royal Mavness when the team hasn't made it out of the goddamn first round of the playoffs for 10 years, since it violates a sworn vow to play nice.
Besides, Frontenacs owner Doug Springer has shown he's clearly beyond embarrassment. Dammit! Someone has to put a quarter in the violating-sworn-vows jar.
Incidentally, here's a fun a little nugget from a message board thread entitled 10 changes I'd like to see in the OHL:
"One day I would love to see Kingston become a competitive franchise; one that players want to play for rather than avoid. Kingston is a great city with tremendous hockey history; they deserve so much better. A conference final appearance and 1 division title is just pathetic. Good hockey people need to take over this franchise. A Kingston Frontenac championship team is something I’d really like to see in the OHL."