December 2, 2016 · 0 Comments
Hundreds of people are expected Sunday, Aug. 14 at Kettle Lake Park in King City, to commemorate the three Neville-Lake children and their grandfather, who ...
Thanks to all who participated in the seventh annual Schomberg Street Gallery on Main Street. Although the weather was colder and breezier than we’d like, ...
Maple resident and Villanova College student Arielle Tessier stepped up to one of the biggest stages of her life in her search for track stardom.
Jazz-lovers are in for a spring treat as the King Music Collective kicks it up a notch with their next offering in their music series.
Fire Station 36 in Schomberg is reaching out to the King community to help keep a part of history on the road. Schomberg residents might recognize the Firemans Club’s 1926 International Lorne Fire Pump, or 1940 Ford two-ton truck, from parades and celebrations about town.
King Township voters will have a chance to see their candidates in action, at back-to-back debates.
Join organizers this Sunday, Oct. 5 for the final King City Farmers’ Market of the season where they will be celebrating “Everything Pumpkin” in conjunction ...
The stage is set for the seventh annual Holland Marsh Soupfest, bringing the best of Nature’s bounty to King.
King Township’s mayor has been returned to office, without a campaign being waged.Next Page »