Thanks to all who participated in the seventh annual Schomberg Street Gallery on Main Street. Although the weather was colder and breezier than we’d like, ...
On Aug. 5, Rolling Stone magazine published an article by Eric Holthaus titled “The point of no return: climate change nightmares are already here.”
It wasn’t the most welcoming sight when forward John Gage returned to the same ice as the Schomberg Cougars, this time in a white, yellow and green Alliston Hornets jersey.
After nearly a decade of journeyman hockey, Dan Carcillo has hung up his skates on the heels of his second Stanley Cup victory.
Cattle producers from Queensland, Australia got a first-hand glimpse into Canadian and American cattle operations recently.
The largest soup-centred culinary event of the fall is fast approaching. The Township of King and the Holland Marsh Growers Association and The Town of Bradford West Gwillimbury are once again presenting the Holland Marsh Soupfest Saturday, Oct. 3 at Ansnorveldt Park.
Family fun awaits at the annual open house sponsored by King Fire & Emergency Services. But what’s more important is the information and lessons learned may just help save a life.
The review into King’s major planning document is moving forward at a steady pace.
There has been an outpouring of support for a Brampton family devastated by the loss of four family members.
With the St. Andrew’s Presbyterian Church moved out of their old location at 13456 Dufferin Street in King City, the old-school charm of the centuries-old building remained unused.Next Page »