April 2013 Archive

Council refuses application for adult lifestyle community in King City

King council has rejected a proposal to build an adult lifestyle community in rural King City.

ASK kicks it up a notch, thanks to Trillium

Just as Arts Society King prepares to present its Studio Tour King 2013, the group is poised to kick it up a notch, thanks to some government funding.

Physician offers services in King City walk-in clinic

Serving the medical needs of the community is getting a boost, courtesy of a King-based physician.

Marylake Monastery and Shrine provide a welcoming retreat

The more complicated life gets, the greater the need for the simplicity of contemplation. And a dose of spiritual enlightenment can soothe the soul.

Round the Bend Farm launches new venture in vegetables

What would you rather do: eat food that has travelled days to get to your plate or eat local, fresh, food picked on a daily ...

Holland Marsh Christian Reformed Church celebrates 75th

A King church is marking a milestone anniversary, and a journey that dates back three-quarters of a century. It took five years to drain, but ...

Purdy students bring back the honours

Students from The Purdy Center for the Arts performed well at the recent competition. Shown are (front, l to r) Damien Zicaro, Alex Vranjic, Francesco Salerno, ...

King Curling Club wraps up second successful season

As the King Curling Club completes its second successful year, members can reflect on some very memorable moments both in and around the rings of red and blue.

Olympic gold treating Rosie just fine

Just eight months after her well documented gold medal win at the 2012 Summer Olympics in London, trampolinist Rosie MacLennan is back to work for the upcoming season.

Dissolve the OMB!

Regarding MPP Klees and his Preserving Existing Communities Act, if Mr. Klees is serious about correcting what he perceives as imbalances in Ontario’s regulatory regime that ...

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