Councillor Debbie Schaefer wants the province to ban a substance that’s harmful to bees. She put forward a notice of motion regarding neonics and honey bees at a recent council meeting.
NHL star and Olympic gold medalist Alex Pietrangelo was the special guest last week at an event hosted by King Township. Hundreds of residents and fans came out to show their support and Pietrangelo met with many of them, signing autographs. Photo by Jake Courtepatte
Even though the number of show cars dropped a little this year, due to the inclement weather, the number of visitors remained strong.
Although the Great War was a monstrous human tragedy, there are some interesting aspects that encourage study.
On July 15 the group New Tecumseth, Caledon, King Citizens for Clean Water (or NTCK–CCW) held its first general meeting at the Tecumseth Pines Community Centre.
There may be some hope on the horizon for Canadians suffering from mild to moderate forms of idiopathic pulmonary fibrosis (IPF).
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.
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.
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.
King residents were given the opportunity Thursday night to personally congratulate homegrown hero Alex Pietrangelo for bringing home Olympic gold.
Great job by the RCC Waterproofing Mosquito Cobras, who came back from a 10-run deficit to defeat their opponents from Aurora 17-10.
The Headwaters Equine Leadership Group (HELG) has announced the launch of the new HeadwatersHorseCountry.ca website.
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 ...
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, ...
The organizers of Schomberg Horticultural Society’s Garden tour wish to thank the garden and property owners for participating in this year’s garden tour. All the ...
Thank you to all the residents who came out to support the New Tecumseth, Caledon and King Citizens for Clean Water’s (NTCK-CCW) first public general ...
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 ...
My leg has been twitching for almost a week now. And my hips feel a bit loose, too.
“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.
People are stressed.
There’s truth to the phrase “seeing is believing.” Hopefully we make our life decisions based on such first-hand facts.
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.
A recent study in the U.S. found that 55% of average Americans felt they were smarter than average Americans. And only 4% said they were below average in the smarts department.