The old Schomberg arena will be home to a transitional care complex.
King Township wants its villages to be a source of pride. To that tend, King council recently launched the process of creating a Community Improvement Plan (CIP) by hiring consultants.
Canadian writer Heather Robertson passed away last week on her 72nd birthday. The news came as a shock to her family, friends and former neighbors in King who knew her and worked with her on various local projects.
Con-Ker Construction has been awarded a contract for street sweeping and cleaning services in the Township of King, but A&G The Road Cleaners, the Township’s current service provider, is not happy with the decision.
The future of Ontario’s protected green spaces may very well depend on the fate of three very important pieces of legislation. To that end, the ...
Cleve Mortelliti genuinely cares about his community. It’s this fundamental fact, and simply that he finds his council job interesting and challenging, that has led him to seek re-election in this fall’s municipal election.
Our best friends bring out the best in all of us. And youngsters are simply thrilled sitting in a cart or sleigh, being pulled by a beautiful and majestic dog.
The Trisan Centre was buzzing on Saturday afternoon as the Schomberg Allstone Red Wings minor midget local league team hosted the NobleKing Knights for game three of the SRLL finals. Heading into the game, Schomberg held a 2-0 series lead, putting the Knights in a do-or-die situation for game three.
It wasn’t your typical trip south for March Break vacation. Local skaters represented King at Buffalo’s Pepsi Invitational Tournament from March 14-16.
Championship title decisions have begun with the first being awarded in the Monday night men’s league of King Curling Club. After the 20-team roster battled through the round robin series, the final two were determined.Next Page »