King’s only public display of Canada Day fireworks will light up the sky at Tyrwhitt Park in the charming hamlet of Kettleby. Starting at 6 ...
King City Lions donated $6,000 to Canine Vision Canada recently. This donation is enough to provide a sight-challenged individual with a guide dog. Lion David Ground presented the cheque to Bev Berger from Nobleton. Bev is now using her 4th guide dog provided by Canine Vision Canada.
Samantha Grecchi’s life so far has been “epic.” With a sky’s the limit attitude, Grecchi has decided to put down stronger roots in her home town, and become a business woman.
A Sharon man pleaded guilty in a Newmarket court to illegally dumping more than 40 fire extinguishers in a King Township ditch back in March. ...
King City Secondary School band will have a new addition to their wind ensemble next school year. A graduate of the school in the 1970s presented a unique donation to the class at the band’s annual end-of-year performance, a didgeridoo he acquired while on a trip with the school as a chaperone in the 1980s.
“No act of kindness, no matter how small, is ever wasted.” No one need feel excluded or alone. With these sentiments, a small yet powerful gesture at a local elementary school can send ripples throughout the community.
Honesty and integrity will take you a long way. Just ask Kettleby’s James Morning.
Almost 80 per cent of King residents try to shop locally whenever possible, according to the results of the recent ShopKING survey conducted by King ...
The best investment we can make is in our own wellbeing. Eating healthy meals together isn’t a luxury, but rather a necessity.
Our entire species is rooted in living off the land, and we can thank our forefathers for creating sustainable agricultural practices. You’d be hard-pressed to find a truly natural farm operation, but public interest has generated a place for the ecological farm.
Human beings are unique in their imaginative forms of self-expression. Simply put, it’s who were are. To be free to create large canvasses and have them embraced by the public is amazing. King’s Ernestine Tahedl is living proof.
We take great pride in our homes. When we invite service professionals into our homes, it’s nice to know they take great pride in their work. An HVAC company, owned by a King resident, literally rolls out the red carpet, treating customers with utmost respect. Customer service, actually listening to clients, is the key to success, according to Joe DiDonato, owner of Thermal Concepts of Concord. Now in its 16th year, Thermal Concepts has a solid reputation of quality service and products.
The CISAA (Conference of Independent Schools Athletic Association) season has come to a close, and with it comes some hardware for student athletes at Villanova College in King City.
A sell-out crowd of 72 golfers hit the links at Kettle Creek Golf Club for the Charity Golf Challenge, raising the most money yet in its three year history to send kids with disabilities to camp.
A flood of memories, overwhelmingly good and inspirational, consumes the mind of Arielle Tessier these days. Still, there is something that stirs her emotions. Tessier knows the inevitable is not far off.
Calling all wakeboarders/skaters: Southern Ontario’s premier cable wakepark is once again open for business.
Olympic Show Jumping Champion Eric Lamaze of Schomberg, has selected Fine Lady 5 as his mount for the 2016 Olympic Games in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.
Conor Swail enjoys his visits to Palgrave, with good reason. He was victorious recently in the $50,000 FEI Jumper Classic at the Caledon Equestrian Park in Palgrave, riding Dillinger. And that came after a successful afternoon, when he won the $35,000 FEI Open Welcome aboard Grafton. That performance narrowly beat the second-place combination of Swail and Cita.
Two of King Township’s high-flying Olympians will have at their disposal a training device owned by only two other countries, thanks to a fund for developing high-performance athletes.
Regarding “Corporate Contributions make business sense” (King Sentinel Weekly5/26/16) and “King discusses campaign contributions” (KSW 6/2/16): There has been incomplete reporting of my motion at ...
The following letter, to Minister Wilson-Raybould, was submitted to the King Weekly Sentinel. I am personally writing you to express my objection and concerns regarding ...
It is regrettable that King council voted to urge the provincial government to continue the Environmental Assessment process concerning the proposed GTA West highway corridor. ...
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 ...
We often hear living in King Township is a lifestyle choice. It’s an option that really offers the best of all worlds. Mayor Steve Pellegrini, one of our biggest cheerleaders, often tells new residents to be engaged, get involved, shop locally and volunteer. He’s adamant that being a contributing member of our community enriches everyone.
Fathers and sons have an unusual relationship at times. At a certain age, hugs are replaced with high-fives, fist bumps or shoulder nudges.
I’m referred to as “awkward, gauche, sinister” all because I’m a southpaw.
Is this really my life? Has anyone else out there ever asked themselves this question?
When I was younger, I spent far more time staring at red and white bobbers than watching TV. Well, not just bobbers.
There are pivotal moments in our lives that stand out clearly. We recall vividly all the births, deaths, special occasions and vacations. We remember tragedies with equal clarity.
Being an entrepreneur takes a lot of qualities – intestinal fortitude, passion, ideas, concepts, great products and services, and a willingness to take risks. Few business owners leap into their operation believing they will get rich, fast.
As Ontario looks to expand the greenbelt, Farmers “are very much a part of the discussion,” says Premier Kathleen Wynne. Also part of the discussion? Making sure Ontario’s produce makes the market it deserves.
What drives Earth’s creatures to survive? Is it all pre-determined and wired into our biological systems? Or is it a conscience effort to do what’s necessary to carry on the species?
One of the things I absolutely love about being a municipal councillor, is the engagement with our community of communities here in King Township, and the ease with which people approach me.