Ansnorveldt may be a small, quiet hamlet in northern King, but make no mistake, its residents are very engaged.
Simon, Richard, Jeremy and Karen help collected trash at the Dufferin Marsh on Saturday, as the township hosted a community-wide spring cleanup. Environmental Stewardship Coordinator Mary Asselstine leans over the Dufferin Marsh sign.
Humankind’s odyssey is a remarkable one. It makes for some really good reading, if you can find some ancient texts.
We all like to get away from it all at times. For one resident, all he has to do is walk across his front lawn and be sent clear across the galaxy. Or at least that’s the idea. Alan Hart, who lives on Mount Wolfe Road on the Caledon-King border, created a full-scale replica of the TARDIS, an iconic piece of hardware from the long-running British science fiction show, Doctor Who. The TARDIS (Time and Relative Dimension in Space) is as recognizable as the starship Enterprise, but less cumbersome.
There was a lot of discussion surrounding the current and future collaboration of the Northern 6 (N6) at the committee of the whole meeting March 23.
Mayors in the Greater Toronto and Hamilton Area (GTHA) are a pretty astute and powerful bunch of political leaders, representing a substantial portion of the electorate.
We owe a great deal to our forefathers and all those who’ve laid the foundations of our communities.
The Township of King believes in Abby.
Today’s home-buyers are a savvy group. Making the biggest investment of our lives demands a certain amount of quality and attention to clients’ needs.
A King man’s two-year labour of love has resulted in a beautiful equine showpiece.
“I’m just a firefighter.” That humble sentiment says a lot about the commitment by members of the King Township Fire and Emergency Services.
Wearing her heart on her sleeve, King’s singing sweetheart is set to pull on the heartstrings of music lovers with her newest CD release.
It’s always nice to earn some recognition for your achievements, and for the Juvenile Red Wings minor hockey team, that recognition came in the form of a victory parade.
Two of King Township’s regional champions can add one more piece of hardware to their successful minor hockey seasons.
An influx of King City Skating Club success stories has culminated with a new world champion.
On the biggest stage of her life, young snowboard cross competitor Emma Pellegrini came through in the clutch to claim a bronze medal in national competition. “I started snowboarding when I was about seven or eight,” said Pellegrini, who turns 15 next week. “I moved to boardercross about five years ago.” Wanting to move out of the casual-snowboarder persona early on, the relatively new sport of boardercross jumped out at Pellegrini as a challenge to pursue.
With the same determination shown by so many of our Red Wing Teams this year, the Schomberg midget reps recently captured the York-Simcoe AE championship.
For some, chasing their athletic dream means travelling to the ends of the earth to do so.
The Juvenile Red Wings were the final representative of Schomberg hockey on Saturday as the last team standing, and ended the 2014-15 season in dramatic fashion.
The Novice LL Red Wings are the Simcoe region champions!
The Schomberg novice reps captured the York-Simcoe championship trophy.
The world is coming to the region for the Pan Am Games this summer and the equestrian industry is gearing up for the world-class show.
Regarding the letter by Councillor Cleve Mortelliti in the April 6 issue of the King Weekly Sentinel. We commend him for his strong stance to ...
Another severance application, in one of King City’s mature subdivisions, went before committee of adjustment, and based on the report prepared by staff, it would ...
I am writing in response to the letter, “Speed humps a nuisance.” I am a resident of Kettleby and have been a reluctant if vocal ...
Development threats to rural King are everywhere but hardly more critically at the moment than in the area of the East Humber River valley lands ...
We recently had a community meeting about the new community park that is to be constructed east of Nobleton School in one of the new ...
As King Township Food Bank enters its 10th year of helping others make ends meet, we celebrate the significant community support that allows us continued ...
In 2002 we considered ourselves among the most fortunate to have found a comfortable home on five acres in beautiful, rural King Township. What ...
Another year passes and another Earth Day rolls around full of hope and inspiration and the promise of a brighter future.
I was thrilled when I was asked to write a series of articles about butterflies and how we can help preserve their natural habitat while enjoying their beauty. Everything about butterflies is exceptional: their movement, coloring, migration patterns and their incredible life cycles.
We are not as tiny as we are led to believe. Human history is brimming with stories, anecdotes, tales and documented events. It’s filled with people, seemingly unassuming sorts, who’ve changed history. Many more had smaller parts to play in this drama that has taken tens of thousands of years to unfold.
Mark Pavilons “I see no hope for the future of our people if they are dependent on the frivolous youth of today, for certainly all ...
When we look around us, we know King Township is blessed with some of the most beautiful landscape in all of the Greater Toronto Area (GTA). The rolling hills, large tracts of forest, wetlands, kettle lakes and many streams and rivers are part of the Oak Ridges Moraine (ORM) which covers 70% of King.
There are tremendous opportunities to learn all around us. Life is one big skill-testing question and we can do well, if we only take the time to look, listen and absorb.
Well, it appears that my comments about neonicotinoids, or neonics, ruffled a few feathers in the agri-business community. It seems that environmental literacy is all well and good until it affects our jobs, income and lifestyles.
Children, like dogs, seem to like me. Call it animal magnetism. Children aren’t like cars, motorcycles, airplanes, your favourite CD or even a really good pair of jeans.
At the end of our very cold February here in King, Sig Langhammer asked me to go outdoors and dig up a good explanation for our new breaking news weather records.
Canada will have legislation governing physician-assisted suicide, ending decades-long debates about the touchy subject of euthanasia.