Two teenagers have been arrested and charged by Investigators with the York Regional Police Hold-Up Unit in connection with a home invasion in the Township ...
Roughly a dozen concerned parents and Schomberg residents protested in front of the supposed residence of convicted sex offender Keith Constantin on Saturday. The protesters say it won’t be the last and more protests are planned.
There’s a buzz among Nobleton area business owners. During the first-ever Nobleton Business Forum held last week, stakeholders got a chance to review shortcomings and look for solutions to improve the business climate in and around the village.
Country Day School has added another milestone to its long and storied 43-year history in King City.
The creative culinary team at The Summerhill likes to play with your food. And that’s a good thing, too. The result is an unbelievable variety of unique signature dishes, unlike anything you’ll find in the area.
For the past decade, Arts Society King (ASK) has brought art and culture to our community. To my heart’s content, this coming Thursday, Feb. 4 at 6:30 p.m. at the Heritage and Cultural Centre (Museum), the three finest young visual artists and high school students from Villanova College, will be recognized for their artistic achievements as winners of the inaugural Arts Society King Young Artists Juried Exhibition. The exhibition will run for the entire month until Feb. 29.
What shops and services do you want to see more of in King Township? The Township wants to know. Part of giving King residents a ...
The long-awaited reconstruction of Church Street in Schomberg will soon get under way, much to everyone’s pleasure.
Seldom has the creation of a new lot in King Township caused such controversy. A severance application in the exclusive community of Kingscross has done just that. A packed council chambers saw dozens of residents speak both in favour and against a plan to create a new lot on Snowberry Lane.
The word is out. As much as King residents may want to keep this oasis in the GTA all to themselves, discerning home buyers are eyeing an exclusive area near King City for their dream homes.
“None of us are as good as all of us.” That sentiment propels McDonald’s ever forward. And now, they’re coming to King.
King Township is anxiously awaiting its newest famiglia. The new, 50,000-square-foot Coppa’s Fresh Market is progressing nicely in the King’s Ridge Marketplace in King City.
The peewee A NobleKing Knights are on top of the hockey world. The team went undefeated in their quest to become the youngest NobleKing team to win a Silver Stick International Final Championship, and the only team to ever capture both the Silver Stick and a Lake Placid Challenge Cup in the same season.
The Schomberg Cougars are in tough for the first round of the Georgian Mid-Ontario Hockey League playoffs. Real tough.
The minor atom A NobleKing Knights exploded out of the gate at last weekend’s international Silver Stick tournament in Newmarket, but ultimately fell short of their second tournament win in as many months.
Philanthropy comes in all shapes and sizes, and a group of young soccer players from King proved you’re never too young to give.
It may not have been the outcome she desired, but Canada’s trampoline champion has officially earned her spot in the 2016 Summer Olympics.
To the residents of Schomberg: Thanks to you, patients in the Township of King and York Region were able to make memories with friends and ...
After reading the article article on the public planning meeting held Dec. 7 concerning an application to amend the Official Plan for 22 and 32 ...
We are disappointed by York Region Council’s decision to take the growth option of no urban boundary expansion off the table. Allowing an expansion of ...
Years ago a neighbour shared the story of her young teenage son complaining that she was too strict. His friends were allowed to do things ...
The question of putting historic houses and other structures in King Township on the Ontario Heritage Registry has certainly become a controversial topic in recent ...
A heartfelt thanks for the community’s support of the second Sip & Savour event in support of King Township Food Bank. Hats off to MC ...
Regarding the letter by Councillor Cleve Mortelliti in the April 6 issue of the King Weekly Sentinel. We commend him for his strong stance to ...
Another severance application, in one of King City’s mature subdivisions, went before committee of adjustment, and based on the report prepared by staff, it would ...
Over the next several months, I will be writing articles covering the latest developments in the world of space and science. Hopefully, they won’t be too technical and are designed to give you a feeling for what is happening in these fields.
World renowned physicist Professor Stephen Hawking says our species could be wiped out by our own creations within the next century.
Given the rash of gun violence south of the border, I’d like to examine the issue and reflect on the whole, “guns don’t kill people, people kill people” idea.
As the first 11 government sponsored refugees arrived at Pearson airport destined for a new home in Milton, the King for Refugees group held its second public meeting at the King City Library on Dec. 9.
I write this letter in hopes that other pets won’t suffer the same outcome as did our much-loved dog. I write so readers might learn and take heed from the devastating loss our family has experienced.
Recent events have shown just how altruistic people can be. Canadians are known for their generosity and desperate times call for desperate measures to be sure. We are rising to the challenges ahead to help our fellow men, women and children.
When it comes to winter tires, manufactures are constantly innovating. Today’s lineup of tires offers a host of unique features that almost contradict the fact they’re winter rubber.
We have it hammered into our heads to make remarkable inroads and to always have an eye on the “big picture.” That may be well and good, but how many of us are impressed at the big things accomplished in our relatively small circles? Nothing will ever come close to the Big Bang, wheel or manned flight, so we should try to make small advances each and every day.
“Guess what, Daddy?” asked my eldest recently. When dealing with teenagers, especially teenage girls, I know better than to assume anything. These types of questions are generally loaded. “I’m going to Africa!”
The United Nations climate change conference, COP 21, is set to be a watershed moment in the history of global climate warming.