January 2017 Archive

Knights kick off quest for All Ontarios

Things are heating up in NobleKing hockey as the Knights look to capture provincial and municipal crowns at all age levels. Two teams will represent the Knights in the Ontario Minor Hockey Association playdowns, opened on Friday by the Midget A squad.

TaLii Towels is a finalist for the 2017 Mompreneur Start Up Award

Hard work often garners attention. King City’s Lisa Iafrate, of TaLii Towels Inc., is proud to have been chosen as a finalist for the 2017 Mompreneur® Start Up award. The winner will be announced March 4.

King budget passes, large capital projects on tap

King Township council unanimously approved the 2017 budget at Monday night’s council meeting, resulting in a blended net increase of 2.32 per cent. This includes ...

High-speed internet coming to rural King Township

Rural residents of King will soon be surfing the internet at blazing speeds. Municipal and government officials gathered on Monday at the Township of King municipal offices to announce the King Township Fibre Optic Broadband Expansion project.

Knights find success in NobleKing Challenge tournament

The NobleKing Knights appeared in three of the four championship games of the organization’s hometown Challenge tournament over the weekend, skating away with the title in the Atom A division.

Food Bank praises community’s generosity

Saturday, Jan. 21, from 9-11 a.m., the regular monthly distribution of food and cards by the King Township Food Bank will take place in Kettleby, Nobleton and King City.

A merry Christmas indeed!

The Christmas in King Committee wishes to thank all those who so generously came forward in 2016. Again the community reached into their personal and ...

Plan for townhouses in King City

The public was given its first glimpse at a plan to build a small-scale townhouse complex in King City. King council received the delegations and staff report, for the official plan and zoning bylaw amendment for seven, three-storey, freehold townhomes on King Boulevard.

Museum property gets new parking lot

The King Township Museum will be getting a new parking lot this spring. King councillors approved the work, giving the contract to Midome Construction Services Ltd. for roughly $270,000.

Let’s help save some lives!

This boy, and hundreds more like him, need our help.

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