King Township is the last piece to the puzzle in a large-scale non-profit network that will bring together all municipalities of York’s N6.
Kids were given the chance to meet a number of reptiles, including Gizmo (pictured), at Schomberg Public Library on Thursday. The event held by Reptilia in Vaughan was just one of many things happening at King Township’s three library branches over March Break. Photo by Jake Courtepatte
King will be home to several horse statues this summer, and local artists are encouraged to jump on the bandwagon and lend a hand.
While space may be the final frontier, for elementary students in Bolton and Virginia, it’s gotten a lot closer. St. Thomas Moore School in Arlington, Virgina, and Bolton’s St. John Paul II Elementary School have teamed up to build, launch and monitor a micro satellite.
Precision Arms is renowned the world over for its resident gunsmith, and the venerable King business is just as astute when it comes to outfitting outdoor enthusiasts from head to toe.
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.
As the province launches its 2015 review into the Greenbelt and Oak Ridges Moraine plans, the subject got a boost on national TV recently from a King councillor.
From young emus and piglets to well trained horses, visitors to the 11th annual Farm Tour Saturday got a glimpse into a wide variety of agricultural operations.
Enforcing municipal bylaws is a challenge. Residents may be quick to criticize the Township, but King has upped the ante in 2015.
We never want to see a full equipped firefighter at our front door, but we take comfort knowing they’re only a few minutes out. But for little Timmy or Suzie, they look up to the men and women in uniform in so many ways.
Family journeys are as unique as its members. For some, it’s a rather uneventful path, but for others, the journey is quite remarkable.
A desire and commitment to be part of a life-saving community team is what drives members of the King Fire & Emergency Services.
The Juvenile Schomberg Red Wings have been close to tasting OMHA gold for over a week, but so far it’s only left a sour taste in their mouth.
It’s been a whirlwind of a winter for King City-born Haili Moyer, a 17-year old snowboarder looking to make her mark in the expanding sport of snowboard cross.
King City’s Jordan Lam is quickly establishing himself within the provincial skating community, earning his second first-place finish in competition in just over a month.
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.
Two pieces of local history are closer to being back on the road after a charity pond hockey tournament raised thousands of dollars for repairs.
Brooklyn Wodehouse, a freshman at Villanova College in King City, demonstrated just how much of a powerhouse she is in the pool last week with ...
In a regular season that saw Country Day School dominate from start to finish, the Cyclones took home the Senior Boys’ DII CISAA championship in a 6-4 win on Friday.
Six members of Nobleton TKD, participated for the first time Feb. 21, at the 7th annual Legacy TKD tournament, run by Master Facciolo in King City.
The hosting organizations of the 2015 International Special Olympics Bocce Tournament announced on Friday that York Region will host the tournament at Seneca’s King Campus this spring.
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 ...
I would like to take this opportunity to say thank you to the many people and organizations who contributed to The Nobleton Christmas Drive this ...
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 ...
I am writing to thank the men and women who so kindly gave up their free time on Saturday, Dec. 13 to clean up the ...
Thanks very much for your coverage of the grand opening of the new nature trail at the Nature Conservancy of Canada’s Goldie Feldman Nature Reserve ...
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.
Children. Seemed like such a good idea we had three of them. What were we thinking?
Well, there you have it. You might not believe that the planet is continuing to warm, especially if you are living along the northeast coast of North America right now, but 2014 is absolutely the warmest year on record! How do I know this to be a fact? NASA and their Goddard Institute for Space Studies said so.
A community’s strength is its ability to look after its older adults – safely and with compassion.
Nihil fit ex nihilo – Nothing comes from nothing.
“I'd rather die standing, than live on my knees.” That 2012 statement by Stéphane Charbonnier, editor of the satirical French weekly Charlie Hebdo, was a compelling battle cry, and the tragic murder of him, his staffers, and two policemen in Paris on Jan. 7 guaranteed its place in the modern democratic liturgy. He was willing to die a martyr for the sacred principle of “free speech,” and he did.
Taxpayers deserve accountability. And they deserve an open, frank explanation of where their money goes.
Every year our esteemed local politicians and staff set about a laborious and delicate task of creating a multi-million-dollar game plan for this municipality. Regardless of the upper-level expertise, it’s never easy and the process is fraught with hurdles, pitfalls and ramifications.