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King wins design award for Tasca Park

February 28, 2017   ·   0 Comments

One of King’s newest parks was recently crowned with a provincial award for its innovative design. Tasca Park in Nobleton was named the winner of ...

King Township to cement its partnership with ASK

King Township and its lead cultural group – Arts Society King (ASK) – are working towards a concrete partnership. Council recently endorsed staff’s recommendations to pursue a more formal agreement with ASK, to take the traditionally informal partnership to a higher level.

Chamber’s continuity guides them through 2017

Continuity and riding the wave of momentum will be key to the King Chamber of Commerce’s success in 2017. That message was delivered by Tom Allen, president-elect, at the Chamber’s AGM held at the Cardinal last week. Sustainability, and continuity with a solid core of board members will give the Chamber a solid footing to build on past successes, and create new partnerships.

Suspect arrested in shooting incident in King

Police have charged a 20-year-old man with attempted murder, following a shooting on King Road last week.

Speeding, core improvements top the list at Nobleton meet & greet

Speeding through subdivisions and the coming improvements to Nobleton’s core were the hot topics at the year’s first “Meet the Mayor & Ward Councillors” night held last week at the Nobleton Library.

Richmond Hill man killed in King collision

A Richmond Hill man died following an early morning collision on King Road. Investigators with the York Regional Police Major Collision Investigation Unit are seeking witnesses following this fatal collision.

King Township hockey organizations open merging process

King is one step closer to a jointly-run King Township minor hockey rep program for next season. Executives from both the Schomberg Minor Hockey Association and NobleKing Minor Hockey Association last week approved last a motion to merge the two programs at the representative level, creating one organization for all of King Township.

Few homes added to heritage registry

Adding a handful of homes on Keele Street to King Township’s Heritage Register met with mediocre success recently. Township staff and heritage committee members recommended 13 properties along Keele in King City, given their significance in the community. After opposition from homeowners, only five were added to the Register.

Permits drop in King in 2016, but values rise

The amount of building permits and municipal revenue may have dropped in 2016, but the value of construction has risen. King councillors received a report recently highlighting permit activity in 2016.

Editor delivers aid

Mark Pavilons, Editor of the King Weekly Sentinel, spent a week in the Dominican Republic with a team of high school students, delivering aid to ...

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