In response to a recent dispute over signage, the Township is planning to develop a wayfinding signage program to promote agricultural businesses. But the owner of a local honey farm is not satisfied with the proposed solution.
King Township’s only community fall fair has come to an end. Organizers regretfully announced they’ve had to cancel the Kettleby Fair.
The muck pit swallowed all participants Saturday, during King’s Muck Monster obstacle course challenge. The 7-kilometre course gave everyone a run for their money. Photo by Jake Courtepatte
Many people reach for the stars. For a King City man, his handiwork has been to space and back. Right now, far above us, the fruits of Jim Middleton’s labours are operating aboard one of mankind’s greatest achievements – the International Space Station.
Cynthia Tauro, a Schomberg resident and graduate from King City Secondary School, is quickly emerging as an inspiring local talent within the community. The young jazz pianist and vocalist is completing a degree in Jazz Performance at Carleton University in Ottawa after she was awarded an admission scholarship for her many musical talents.
The 4th annual Cruise for the Cure attracted thousands of car and music buffs to King Sunday for one of the largest fundraisers around.
Attention to detail never goes unnoticed. The efforts and hard work of King residents was appreciated by participants in Sunday’s garden tour, sponsored by the Nobleton & King City Horticultural Society.
A Bolton woman and Nobleton man helped save a life. Kaitlyn Hesketh of Bolton and Marc Fike of Nobleton were driving on King Road Friday night at roughly 10 p.m. when they saw a fawn staggering in the middle of the road. It must have just gotten hit by another vehicle moments before.
Wisdom helps us all evolve. We get better with age. For rising star David Wontner, the sky is literally the limit.
King Township residents fully understand the qualities and benefits of the place they call home. And now, more will know about this gem in the northern GTA, thanks to a couple of recently published Township booklets.
Superheroes come in all shapes and sizes. Schomberg’s Abigail Eveson is only one year old and she already has a sidekick, her three-year-old brother Charlie. And let’s not forget the “dynamic duo” mom Becky and dad Craig.
Mothers have a boundless capacity to love, and give advice. Great-grandmothers are among the wisest people on the planet. King Township’s Helga Schmidt has all of these qualities, and just a little bit more.
When close friends get together, fun usually ensues. When friends with talent combine forces, the results can be amazing.
For the second year in a row, King’s Nat Bannister participated in the 370-kilometre “Pedaling for Parkinson’s” ride in Parry Sound. The purpose of the ...
Summer has reached its half-way point but the action remains intense throughout the KTBA. Some teams have suffered from summer vacation attrition - a common ailment through July and August - but players have really stepped up their game to compensate for missing teammates. Here are some highlights from the past week throughout the league.
The Nobleton Cornhuskers are hanging on to their NDBL playoff hopes by a thread, after a week that saw the team winless. The last home game of the season was held against the Creemore Braves on Thursday.
Seeing an Olympic gold medal in person is a rare treat and King residents will get the chance when NHL star Alex Pietrangelo comes home for a congratulatory reception on July 24.
King’s Hickstead Memorial Park is getting some improvements, thanks to a decision by council recently.
A King equestrian is on a tear. Neil Babcock, competing after recent heart surgery, has come back with a vengeance. Babcock was a star at the Caledon Pan Am Equestrian Park as it wrapped up its second phase of the Caledon Premier on Sunday.
King Township and Villanova College are joining forces to investigate a mutually beneficial deal.
CCWFL players are joined by Premier Kathleen Wynne and Vaughan MPP Steven Del Duca. By Jeff Doner When Nobleton resident Aaron Ellis’s daughter, Tianna, ...
I am writing to thank the small group of teenagers who recently made a responsible contribution to our community. As you may know, King is ...
While walking my dogs in Nobleton parks, I have been picking up many empty water bottles with holes burned in the side presumably for hashish ...
I read with great interest the article “Barn swallows being protected in King Township.” Today, the Ministry of Transportation (MTO) would not have built or monitor ...
As you may be aware, 2014 marks the 100th anniversary of the start of the First World War. The museum would like to put on ...
“This can’t be true,” says Yuliya, a young girl in Western Ukraine with her eyes glued to her iPhone as she reads the news. To her, as for many others in Ukraine, this has become ritual since the anti-terrorist operation began in Donetsk and Luhansk.
Just how do we adequately prepare our youth for the future? This is a question that every parent, every generation of parents, asks themselves.
Mark Pavilons It’s no secret that most Canadians are asset rich, but cash poor. This weekend’s garden tour, sponsored by the Nobleton & King City ...
Parents, the world over, may not fully realize the role they play in their children’s lives. There are intricate dichotomies when it comes to fathers and sons and fathers and daughters. Since I have two of the latter, I can offer some insights into dealing with girl children.
As our young prodigees end another school year, and get one step closer to adulthood and careers, it’s a time for reflection.
People are stressed.
There’s truth to the phrase “seeing is believing.” Hopefully we make our life decisions based on such first-hand facts.
This province of ours, and in fact the entire country, could learn a lesson or two from King Township.
Humans have created quite the conundrum for ourselves. We’ve amassed a tremendous amount of knowledge and yet the truth is still elusive.
One doesn’t have to look far these days for some eyebrow-raising incidents.