March 2015 Archive

Parking woes at GO lot lead to altercation

A Schomberg woman is continuing her fight with Metrolinx, over what she sees as a chronic lack of enforcement and support for patrons using accessible parking spots.

Labour of love results in beautiful creation

A King man’s two-year labour of love has resulted in a beautiful equine showpiece.

Passion never wanes for long-serving firefighters

“I’m just a firefighter.” That humble sentiment says a lot about the commitment by members of the King Township Fire and Emergency Services.

Nobleton’s Sunset Grill treats customers like family

People come to Sunset Grill to eat.

KMC presents four-handed traditional jazz

Jazz-lovers are in for a spring treat as the King Music Collective kicks it up a notch with their next offering in their music series.

King has smallest number of high-paid staffers in the region

While King Township had six employees on what’s known as the “Sunshine List,” our municipality seems frugal in comparison to others.

Door-to-door mail delivery curtailed

Many King residents will no longer enjoy mail delivery to their door.

Schomberg meet brings out residents’ concerns

The latest installment of King’s annual Meet the Mayor and Councillor evening in Schomberg brought out residents with some concerns of their own.

Parade of Horses program looking for artists

King will be home to several horse statues this summer, and local artists are encouraged to jump on the bandwagon and lend a hand.

Juvenile Red Wings a tie away from OMHA Championship

The Juvenile Schomberg Red Wings have been close to tasting OMHA gold for over a week, but so far it’s only left a sour taste in their mouth.

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