Members of the public were invited to learn more about the future of tree protection in King at a tree preservation bylaw information session on April 22.
The contributions of hundreds of community-minded volunteers made last Thursday “an extremely special day in King,” according to Mayor Steve Pellegrini. In fact, it’s his number-one perk.
Removing the tree debris left behind by this winter’s ice storm is moving ahead, albeit a bit slowly.
History is, in some ways, immortal. People are not. But people are what bring history to life.
Concerned Citizens of King Township and the King Weekly Sentinel have received many inquiries following the successful April 9 environmental forum. Residents are eager to follow up and let their views be known, but lacked a comprehensive list of contacts.
The former Second King Baptist Church has been recognized by the Township of King Heritage Advisory Committee for its significant heritage value.
By Jeff Doner The Nobleton Cornhuskers senior men’s baseball team didn’t accomplish what they wanted in their 2013 inaugural season, but with some new additions, ...
The Schomberg Cougars Junior C hockey club held their annual awards and year-end dinner to recognize their achievements from a successful 2013-14 season.
With the end of a brutal winter and the beginning of spring finally here, the King United Soccer Club is confident their players are ready for the 2014 season.
To put it in one word – disgusting! The litter around King township this year is shocking. Everywhere you look there are piles of trash ...Next Page »