The 32nd International Independent Schools’ Public Speaking Competition was a resounding success, and a Country Day School student now has bragging rights. One hundred and 55 ...
A Nobleton girl knows a little about sacrifice.
The young frizzles are a bit flighty. The rosecombs have a distinct appearance and the bantams can be a bit bossy. Make no mistake, King’s Michael Day knows his birds – he can spot each one a mile away and knows them by name.
Banking has changed a great deal over the last decade and today, there are many convenient options to find the right product and service you’re looking for. And King City’s newest RBC Royal Bank “retail store,” is a fine example of the modern marriage of technology and tailor-made financial products.
Learn about preventive cold and flu methods during a free program presented by King Public Library and King City Guardian pharmacy. This parents’ guide to ...
Wow I can’t believe we are in the middle of the fall season and Christmas is less than two months away. Where does time go? This is the first of a monthly column graciously provided by The King Weekly Sentential newspaper. I will be utilizing this opportunity to highlight what’s happening in our great municipality.
A new take on an old tale creates wide eyes every night in the seats of the Princess of Wales Theatre in Toronto.
By Jeff Doner The Junior C Schomberg Cougars have continued their torrid pace in the early portion of the season schedule and have kept pace ...
Over the years, Rosie MacLennan’s star has just kept rising and the trampolinist from King City has recently added another achievement to her resume. Earlier this month, she won a gold medal in synchro trampoline with her partner Samantha Sendel and a bronze in the individual competition at a World Cup in Denmark.
Wednesday night curling has always been exciting for the social leaguers and this season they have been living up to their high standards of fun and smooth camaraderie in the opening rounds of their schedule.Next Page »