September 2013 Archive

Former King police chief honoured with Diamond Jubilee Medal

As a young man growing up in St. Thomas, Les Pengelly says he and his fellow youth simply did what they were told. After hearing a broadcast of Hitler on the radio in 1941 promising his people “Europe today, tomorrow the world,” they didn’t necessarily have to be told anything more. They took this as a call to arms and swiftly volunteered to defend King and Country.

Budding filmmakers explore Canadian identity

What does it mean to be Canadian? Budding King Township filmmakers Adele Reeves and her husband Leandro Vilaca can now answer this question, thanks to a cross-Canada journey.

King Bible Church welcomes community to join in 50th celebration

There’s a lot of excitement emanating from King Bible Church. And Pastor Mark Nowell and his enthusiastic congregation are inviting the community to share in a major milestone – the church’s 50th anniversary.

King ready to dig into community farm project

A community farm is coming to town. King council received a report regarding the development of a community farm on public lands in Schomberg at the committee meeting Monday.

Mayor urges partners to make King ‘investment ready’

King Township is fast becoming one of the best places to live, work and play. And the numbers back it up.

MP Calandra named parliamentary secretary

One of the MPs representing King will have some interesting tasks on his plate. Prime Minister Stephen Harper appointed Oak-Ridges-Markham MP Paul Calandra as Parliamentary Secretary ...

Taking pride in your country and community

“We are tremendously proud of our cultures, heritage and achievements and we will continue to break new ground. I am proud to be a Canadian and I hope you are too.” Philip K. Lee

Thanks for Fox Run support

On Sunday, Sept. 15, King City once again hosted the King Township Terry Fox Run for cancer research. This was the 33rd year the run ...

Cougars notch pair of wins

The Schomberg Cougars began the week on a rough note at home, but redeemed themselves by picking up a couple big wins on the road last weekend.

Casullo is better than par

Golf, like any other sport, requires hours upon hours of practice.

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