The holiday season kicks off Saturday evening, bringing cheer to King City.
King has updated its site plan control bylaw and new measures are now in force. Updated site plan agreements will be brought to council Dec. 15.
TDon’t forget to stop by and say hello to Santa, during Saturday night’s Christmas in King City celebration. He will be available for photos with youngsters during the annual street festival to usher in the holiday season. Photo by Mark Pavilons
A King Township home will be transformed into an intimate lounge, filled with the silky smooth sounds of contemporary jazz.
Strong leadership and volunteers have elevated the work of the King Township Food Bank. It takes a strong team to carry out the work of ...
Staying true to the “shop local” idea, King businesses are thriving. Things are really happening in King Township and the King Chamber of Commerce recognized its business members last week. A handful of local operations were given their just desserts, to celebrate the strong support and business ties in this municipality.
Catherine Hughes, aka “Diva in the Rough,” performed to a sell-out crowd at Kettleby Parish Hall last Saturday night. Resplendent in emerald green, she took ...
The organizer of a local fundraiser for MS is just thrilled about the event’s success.
There are big things in store for King’s leading arts organization. Arts Society King (ASK) is set to mark its 10th anniversary in 2015 and leading the charge is its new executive director Teri Hastings.
A Nobleton author continues to delight younger readers, Paula Pevato is among a select number of international authors whose stories were accepted into “Short and Happy (or not),” a collection of 36 stories that entertain and delight in small bites.
Home, physically or spiritually, is a place of comfort, joy and solace. While our childhood homes may be a thing of the past, there is a place in King that epitomizes quiet comfort.
The NobleKing novice A Knights travelled to Huntsville to participate in the Huntsville Duke Knox Tournament from Nov. 21-23.
After an eight-game losing streak in late October was snapped by back-to-back wins the for Schomberg Cougars, the Junior C club seems to have once again taken a turn for the worse.
After disposing of the St. Brother Andre Cardinals in the York Region Athletic Association Junior football semifinal matchup last weekend, the King City Secondary School Lions faced off in the championship game at S. Maximilian Kolbe in Aurora on Saturday.
The Varsity Senior Women’s Basketball team captured the DI Championship at their home court Villanova College, the first CISAA basketball championship in school history. By ...
A Nobleton sporting start-up has been making big waves throughout the GTA this year, and there’s no sign of slowing down for the women-only organization.
After three days of competition against 70 determined athletes from across Canada, Team Ontario brought home the hardware from the Canadian Interprovincial Equestrian Championships, which took place from Oct. 3-5 in Blainville, Quebec.
Hockey parents in the Nobleton area can rest easy, knowing their athlete’s pearly whites are in good care behind custom-made mouthguards this season.
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 ...
I would like to take this opportunity to congratulate all of the candidates who ran for office in the 2014 King municipal election and to ...
It was with great sadness that I heard that Margaret Britnell had passed away on Sunday, Oct. 12. Beautiful green King Township has lost its ...
This letter is in response to the article published Sept. 25, “Schomberg mothers stage march on YCDSB transportation.” I would like to clarify that there ...
To the brothers at Caliber Homes, we would like to congratulate you both for your great achievements. Who would have thought 46 years ago that ...
Mark Pavilons “Helping people boost themselves out of poverty is the best way to make a lasting positive difference in a person’s life.” Naveen Jain ...
It’s easy for adults to criticize the current generation of 20-somethings. I may have been overheard as saying I’m a little reticent leaving our future in hands of these youngsters.
There’s no question we all like a little thanks and appreciation for the work we do. A pat on the back, kind words and token appreciation, in whatever form that takes, all go a long way to improving employees’ performance.
There are many cute and humorous videos on the Internet showing how we spend our days and how important every day is.
If you only have one oar in the water, you won’t make much progress. In fact, the best you can hope to achieve is going around in circles.
It was no great surprise to read that “Our Government” recently rejected an economic analysis from the Stockholm Environmental Institute in Seattle, Washington. The study showed that the Keystone XL project could produce four times the amount of greenhouse gases previously calculated by the U.S. State Department.
The Northwest Territories and northern British Columbia have been on fire most of the past summer.
There’s no question that technology has embedded itself in every aspect of our society. As our young prodigies head off to the halls of learning each morning, we hope they have positive experiences and expand their horizons.
Ontario has fully rolled out its full-day kindergarten (FDK) program, making it available to 12,896 four- and five- year-olds in approximately 132 schools across York Region.
“OMG, you’re just like your dad!”