April 2015 Archive

Martin shares his passion for ancient rock carvings

Humankind’s odyssey is a remarkable one. It makes for some really good reading, if you can find some ancient texts.

Resident creates life-size TARDIS on his property

We all like to get away from it all at times. For one resident, all he has to do is walk across his front lawn and be sent clear across the galaxy. Or at least that’s the idea. Alan Hart, who lives on Mount Wolfe Road on the Caledon-King border, created a full-scale replica of the TARDIS, an iconic piece of hardware from the long-running British science fiction show, Doctor Who. The TARDIS (Time and Relative Dimension in Space) is as recognizable as the starship Enterprise, but less cumbersome.

Council considers future N6 collaborations

There was a lot of discussion surrounding the current and future collaboration of the Northern 6 (N6) at the committee of the whole meeting March 23.

Juvenile Red Wings take a joyride through Schomberg

It’s always nice to earn some recognition for your achievements, and for the Juvenile Red Wings minor hockey team, that recognition came in the form of a victory parade.

King’s hockey champions help YSMHL to East/West Championship

Two of King Township’s regional champions can add one more piece of hardware to their successful minor hockey seasons.

Cars and coffee come together on Main Street this weekend

Car and motor enthusiasts can talk shop over a fresh cup of morning java on Schomberg’s Main Street this Sunday.

Accolades pour in for Henry Verbruggen

The community has lost one of its most engaged citizens. Henry Verbruggen, a mainstay of the Schomberg community, passed away last week. He was 64.

Ansnorveldt residents make concerns known

Ansnorveldt may be a small, quiet hamlet in northern King, but make no mistake, its residents are very engaged.

Councillor favours banning severances in subdivisions

Another severance application, in one of King City’s mature subdivisions, went before committee of adjustment, and based on the report prepared by staff, it would ...

Portraits of Butterflies

I was thrilled when I was asked to write a series of articles about butterflies and how we can help preserve their natural habitat while enjoying their beauty. Everything about butterflies is exceptional: their movement, coloring, migration patterns and their incredible life cycles.

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