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Magna coming to King with its corporate office

King Township is rolling out the welcome mat for its newest corporate partner – Magna International.

King Public Library brings the world to residents

Your King Township library card is your ticket to the world.

Mayor takes a dip at Victoria Day event

Mayor Steve Pellegrini was one of several who volunteered at the dunk tank fundraiser during the Victoria Day celebration in Nobleton. Needless to say, he drew quite the crowd. Photo by Mark Pavilons

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Berger and Lotus gear up for guide dog walk

A Nobleton woman has a special buddy, affectionately referred to as “the tank.” But he’s not a former linebacker – he’s the key to her mobility.

Street names celebrate King’s identity

Five new street names in a King City area subdivision celebrate the municipality’s heritage.

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KCSS foursome win gold for slam poetry

King City Secondary School is known throughout the region for its sports teams – soccer, basketball, and of course the infamous football team. But this year there was a new team in the mix, called the King Royals.

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Volunteers are the heart and soul of King

King’s steadfast volunteers are very heart of this municipality.

King resident spearheads hemochromatosis awareness, holds golf tourney

Hereditary hemochromatosis, is tough to say. It’s iron overload. It’s an iron metabolism disorder common in people of northern European descent particularly whose forefathers came ...

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Beautiful pink grand piano auctioned by church

The anonymous donation of a beautiful pink grand piano, will go a long way to helping King’s Sacred Heart Church.

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Mysteries of Eaton Hall unearthed by author

The history of Canada’s power elite is as colourful as you can get. The legendary Eaton Family’s contributions to our history are well documented. There’s no denying their role in the shaping of our province and our nation.

Township updated on Headwaters Horse Country initiatives

A progress report on the Headwaters Horse Country (HHC) partnership was presented at the April 13 Committee of the Whole meeting.

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Scotiabank nestles into their Nobleton home

It’s almost like they’ve been here for a long time. Nobleton’s Scotiabank invited the public to a day-long party last week, to mark the first anniversary of their first King institution.

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Resident creates life-size TARDIS on his property

We all like to get away from it all at times. For one resident, all he has to do is walk across his front lawn and be sent clear across the galaxy. Or at least that’s the idea. Alan Hart, who lives on Mount Wolfe Road on the Caledon-King border, created a full-scale replica of the TARDIS, an iconic piece of hardware from the long-running British science fiction show, Doctor Who. The TARDIS (Time and Relative Dimension in Space) is as recognizable as the starship Enterprise, but less cumbersome.


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Teams come together for tournament to honour slain officer

Const. Garrett Styles loved to play baseball. He was a seasoned pitcher, playing with the Newmarket Baseball Association for many years. But in the early hours of June 28, 2011, Styles was killed in the line of duty following a routine traffic stop in East Gwillimbury.

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Spray Lake Watersports gearing up for a big summer

    King’s aquatic jewel is preparing for a jam-packed summer lineup. Spray Lake Watersports and Activity Centre opened its doors in the summer of ...

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Spring varsity baseball season in full swing in King

With spring in bloom, King’s varsity athletes have moved from the rink to the diamond to kick off the 2015 baseball season.

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Ice Cream Social fundraiser at Winsong Farm

King’s Winsong Farm is helping to increase awareness and honour one of its own.

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International Bocce tournament at Seneca in the books

Circilo Richiardi celebrates a well-placed shot in the bronze medal game against the Sacred Heart Crusaders on Sunday at the 2015 International Special Olympics Bocce ...

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Schomberg man cycles to conquer cancer

For Jason Ortepi, charity has taken on a number of meanings, from exercise, to rehabilitation, and most importantly, philanthropy.

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CDS rugby girls take third place in national tournament

Country Day School’s senior girls’ rugby team has earned quite a reputation for success over the past few years, continuing with the Canadian Accredited Independent School annual tournament last weekend.

Special guests at 2nd charity golf challenge

Community support and special guests are combining to make the 2nd annual Charity Golf Challenge a success.

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KNSC reps are champions

This is the second year that the Kleinburg Nobleton Soccer Club 2004 Girls Rep team has divided into two teams for The Toronto Futsal League. Last year, the KNSC Blue team played in the final only to lose in a penalty shootout to Wexford.

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A Parade of Horses is coming to the region

The world is coming to the region for the Pan Am Games this summer and the equestrian industry is gearing up for the world-class show.

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