February 2017 Archive

Schomberg and NobleKing complete King hockey partnership process

It’s official – King Township Minor Hockey is coming next season. A special members meeting between both the Schomberg Minor Hockey Association and NobleKing Minor Hockey Association last Monday resulted in an 82 per cent approval for the two organizations to join in a partnership, creating the King hockey program.

Tyke Knights bring home the championship hardware

This weekend the NobleKing Tyke 4 team travelled to Thornbury for the 2017 Georgian Shores Tyke festival. With the 2017 season winding down, the Knights ...

Life sentence for accused in 2014 death of Nobleton man

A 27-year-old man from Toronto has been sentenced after being found guilty of second degree murder and aggravated assault in connection with a 2014 shooting ...

Laskay Hall should remain

I understand that the King Township budget includes provision to move the Laskay Hall out of Laskay. I’m not happy and will be voting against ...

King wins design award for Tasca Park

One of King’s newest parks was recently crowned with a provincial award for its innovative design. Tasca Park in Nobleton was named the winner of ...

King Township to cement its partnership with ASK

King Township and its lead cultural group – Arts Society King (ASK) – are working towards a concrete partnership. Council recently endorsed staff’s recommendations to pursue a more formal agreement with ASK, to take the traditionally informal partnership to a higher level.

Schomberg Atoms skate to gold in Peterborough

In a journey through freezing temperatures, deepening snow and scaling rock barriers, the Schomberg Atom Red Wings brought home the title of a lifetime recently. ...

King philanthropist in the limelight on Real Housewives of Toronto

Joan Kelley Walker is as real as it gets. The TV host, spokesperson, model and philanthropist has entered the proverbial lion’s den, as a cast member of The Real Housewives of Toronto.

Chamber’s continuity guides them through 2017

Continuity and riding the wave of momentum will be key to the King Chamber of Commerce’s success in 2017. That message was delivered by Tom Allen, president-elect, at the Chamber’s AGM held at the Cardinal last week. Sustainability, and continuity with a solid core of board members will give the Chamber a solid footing to build on past successes, and create new partnerships.

Suspect arrested in shooting incident in King

Police have charged a 20-year-old man with attempted murder, following a shooting on King Road last week.

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