This year marks the 9th annual Art Society King Studio Tour, taking place next Saturday and Sunday April 26 and 27.
The Nobleton Lions Club has been committed to providing dog guides for decades. For this year’s fundraising walk, the club wants to ramp up their support even more.
Hundreds of youngsters from far and wide descended on Pottageville Park Saturday morning for the 17th annual Community Easter Egg Hunt, put on by the King and Nobleton Lions Clubs. In roughly four minutes, the horde of children cleaned up the thousands of eggs scattered about and received their chocolate bunnies. Photo by Mark Pavilons
A “passionate Liberal” in King wants to be our next federal representative. Michael Hogg , a 40-year King resident, brings his expertise to bear, contesting the nomination of the new riding of King-Vaughan.
Debbie Schaefer loves her job as Ward 5 councillor. In fact, she sees it as an honour to serve.
A community activist is setting his sights on the Ward 4 council seat. Schomberg artist Greg Locke is running for the second time. He jumped into the political arena for the first time in 2010.
A veteran school board representative wants to continue her work contributing to education in York.
A band with a local connection has made it in the spotlight and they’re turning to the public for its support.
Environmentalists are anything but low key. That was evidenced last Wednesday night as a panel of experts revealed their genuine passion for environmental issues in this province.
Summer can’t arrive soon enough and fortunately, there’s an oasis right here in King Township to get outside, stay active and have fun.
A local competitor has added a new crown to her collection. Nobleton’s Bianca Catracchia will represent Toronto in the Miss Earth Canada pageant that will take place in Montreal this August.
It’s good to know that progress doesn’t come at the expense of our fine-feathered friends. With a little help from various levels of government, some barn swallows are safe in northern King Township.
Humans share the planet with some fascinating creatures. Animals under our care, especially those in captivity, require nutritional diets.
Congratulations to the NobleKing atom A hockey team as they ended their season as the Pickering Panthers Spring Thaw Tournament champions. The boys opened the ...
Congratulations to the NobleKing Novice A hockey team as they ended their season as the Dunsmuir Memorial Tournament champions. The novice boys were undefeated going ...
With resounding support and interest, the King Speed Skating Club has announced that it will be expanding into some spring and summer sessions for the first time in their three year existence.
Also causing some excitement for the upcoming season is the fact that King will now be able to enjoy the benefits of a refurbished baseball park.
The Timbits Elementary School Curling Championships were recently held at the Gravenhurst C.C. with three teams from the King Curling Club representing two different schools from our local area.
It has been a long road, and the two Ontario Junior C hockey teams still remaining will now play for the top prize — the Schmalz Cup.
Last Friday the NobleKing Knights minor atom team took to the ice in Etobicoke to challenge the best the GTHL could throw their way in ...
Basketball teams from all over Ontario flocked to York Region for the U11 atom boys Ontario Cup. The York North Basketball Association hosted the event, with games being played in local schools and recreation centres throughout the weekend.
Helping improve players’ on-ice skills is a key priority for the newly installed board of NobleKing Minor Hockey.
The NobleKing novice Knights #3 team can surely hold their heads up high and be proud of a tremendous team effort. It may have not been the result they were hoping for, but it was not for a lack of effort.
Hopefully, acts of kindness are still in vogue. We are about to celebrate Good Turn Week (April 26 to May 4), boosted by Scouts Canada.
Climate change, like gravity, is not a matter of opinion. In the summer of 2003, 52,000 people died in Europe as a consequence of the heat wave. A refrigerated warehouse outside Paris was used by undertakers as they did not have enough space in their own facilities.
The Internet today is a weird and wonderful place. It’s also a virtual world filled with almost everything imaginable – and unfortunately, many things unimaginable.
“If I died tomorrow, what is one thing you would always remember about me?”
Every day in this great country of ours, high above our heads something strange is going on. According to the 2013 UFO Survey, published by Ufology Research, almost three unusual objects per day are reported by average citizens.
Will winter ever end?
Mark Pavilons “While we try to teach our children all about life, our children teach us what life is all about.” – Angela Schwindt Ever ...
For the past 23 years, Ukraine was a post-Soviet wreck.
Canada is a great country. What makes it unique in the world is its cultural harmony. We are a true melting pot, a coming together of world peoples who are proud to be new Canadians, yet retain their cultural pride.
Mark Pavilons Know what you’re putting in your body. That may seem like common sense, but how often do we read the labels of each ...