February 2018 Archive

Thanks for Drive support

I would first like to start by saying a huge thank you to all who donated to The Nobleton Christmas Drive. Without you we could ...

A little reggae to warm our hearts at Rose Theatre

I don’t consider myself a rastafarian, but I do love a regular dose of Bob Marley. In my travels, and exposure to other cultures, I’ve come to appreciate the beauty of expression. Food and music of the Caribbean is to die for! Island music, in general, is so welcoming and fun, it becomes addictive.

NobleKing tykes earn title at Red and White tourney

The NobleKing Knights Tyke LL2 participated in the Schomberg Red and White Tournament on Family Day, Feb. 19. Coaches, players and fans were delighted to ...

Reiki Master has the touch

Sue DelPlavignano feels deeply. So deeply in fact that she’s more than happy to share some secrets to living a well balanced life. The Reiki Master from King City offers a vast array of holistic services, at King West Chiropractic and Wellness Centre.

King Township retendering library expansion project

King Township is retendering a project to expand and update the King City library after the all the bids from construction companies vying to win ...

Police search for suspect following King break-ins

Police are looking for suspects following a series of break-ins in King over the past month. Investigators with the York Regional Police #1 District Criminal Investigations Bureau are asking the public for help, in identifying a suspect following several recent residential break and enters.

Partnership advances revolutionary treatment

The efforts of a King company to improve the lives of millions has received a solid boost through a unique partnership with an American health care provider. Sensus Healthcare and BirchBioMed have entered into a collaboration to take scar treatment to the next level.

Minor midget Express cruising through OMHA playdowns

The Minor midget York-Simcoe Express have something to prove in their CHL draft year. This year’s batch of those just entering junior eligibility find themselves undefeated five games into the OMHA post-season, knocking out the Richmond Hill Coyotes and taking a commanding two-games-to-none lead on the Peterborough Petes.

Len Mizzoni’s music stretches across genres, generations

Len Mizzoni has a lot to say, and he’s imparting his wisdom through a cornucopia of original music. The King resident and business owner believes it’s never too late to follow your dreams. He’s no late bloomer by any means. Mizzoni has simply reignited the spark that’s always been a part of his life. He’s just more mature.

Let’s make a habit of showing kindness to others

We all want our lives to mean something. Many people have amassed a long list of accomplishments, and a resume worth boasting about. Some are renowned philanthropists and others are at the top of their game in sports or entertainment. For us average folk, all we can do is try to live our lives well, be compassionate, raise decent kids and touch some hearts along the way.

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