January 2016 Archive

Are guns really the problem?

Given the rash of gun violence south of the border, I’d like to examine the issue and reflect on the whole, “guns don’t kill people, people kill people” idea.

Thanks for clinic support

To the residents of Schomberg: Thanks to you, patients in the Township of King and York Region were able to make memories with friends and ...

King Township launches ShopKING resident survey

What shops and services do you want to see more of in King Township? The Township wants to know. Part of giving King residents a ...

Church Street reconstruction will proceed – finally

The long-awaited reconstruction of Church Street in Schomberg will soon get under way, much to everyone’s pleasure.

Township looks into more set fines

If you’re caught breaking the rules in King Township, it’s going to cost you. King council recently gave staff the go-ahead to proceed on implementing set fines for various infractions, where none currently exist.

Police search for suspects in bank robberies in King and Vaughan

Investigators with the York Regional Police Hold-Up Unit are releasing images and seeking public assistance in identifying two suspects following two bank robberies in the City of Vaughan and King Township.

King Fire earns honour for outreach

King Fire and Emergency Services was selected as winners of a contest where U.S. and Canadian Dryer Vent Wizard franchisees nominated their local fire departments ...

Traikos shuts out Otters for Cougars’ second blank of the season

It was an up-and-down weekend for goaltender Alex Traikos in his return to a Schomberg Cougars sweater.

Minor soccer players kick keep-ups for Canadian campaign

Philanthropy comes in all shapes and sizes, and a group of young soccer players from King proved you’re never too young to give.

Let it be art – ASK has many plans for 2016

As the new president and artistic director of Arts Society King (ASK), I would like to wish every King Township resident a healthy, prosperous, and eventful 2016.

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