February 2015 Archive

A compelling case against rural development proposal

Development threats to rural King are everywhere but hardly more critically at the moment than in the area of the East Humber River valley lands ...

Abby Eveson is exceeding all expectations

Abigail Eveson is exceeding all expectations. This sentiment doesn’t come from her pre-school teacher about her latest report card. It comes from world-class cardiologists and specialists at Toronto’s SickKids, who are cautiously optimistic that Abby will beat the odds one day soon.

Mayors and chairs meet premier

Premier Kathleen Wynne has opened the lines of communication with her municipal counterparts. The premier was the special guest at the CivicAction meeting with GTAH mayors and chairs, held Jan. 27 in Toronto.

Cougars and Kings clash again in hunt for Junior C supremacy

It’s familiar territory for Junior C clubs the Schomberg Cougars and Penetang Kings, but the Cougars are hoping for different results.

Pond hockey tournament supports historic fire trucks

Fire Station 36 in Schomberg is reaching out to the King community to help keep a part of history on the road. Schomberg residents might recognize the Firemans Club’s 1926 International Lorne Fire Pump, or 1940 Ford two-ton truck, from parades and celebrations about town.

King City skaters clean up at Central Ontario figure skating championship

Seven young athletes will get the chance to represent King City in the Provincial Starskate Championships next month after owning the podium at the Central Ontario level.

King to receive interim payment related to ice storm impacts

King Township will receive an interim payment from the Province, as part of their claim for the damages caused by the 2013/14 ice storm.

Witnesses sought in suspicious house fire

York Regional Police are hoping the public can help find answers following a suspicious fire in rural King last week.

Transitioning Care: A solution to how we live and care for each other in the future

A community’s strength is its ability to look after its older adults – safely and with compassion.

Grasping the beginnings of life in the universe

Nihil fit ex nihilo – Nothing comes from nothing.

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