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Schomberg Country Run arrives Saturday

September 21, 2022   ·   0 Comments

Founded in 2011 by the late Rev. Sheilagh Ashworth, the Schomberg Country Run has taken place every year, raising tens of thousands of dollars to ...

Chamber hosts all-candidates debate

The King Chamber of Commerce will be hosting an all-candidates meeting on Thursday, Oct. 13, from 6 to 9:15 p.m. at the Country Day School.Candidates ...

Man cave collection open to the public, one day only

Tim Schmidt is living life to the fullest. Known far and wide by his Instagram handle @hapyhipy, Schmidt is passionate about his car collection, which seems to just keep growing and growing.

Residents mixed on proposed cell tower

Residents seem to be at odds regarding a proposed cell tower near Pottageville. Rogers is proposing a 50-metre (164-foot) telecommunication tower at 4342 Lloydtown-Aurora Road. The area is identified by the Lake Simcoe Region Conservation Authority and has a neighbouring water course (Pottageville Creek).

Ontario brings high-speed internet to King

King-Vaughan MPP Stephen Lecce announced the government is bringing high-speed internet access to unserved and underserved homes and businesses in Township of King, marking another ...

Mayor, two councillors are acclaimed

In unprecedented fashion, King’s mayor and two councillors will return to their seats on council, after being acclaimed last week. This is a first for King Township and quite unusual for a municipal election to have so many incumbents go unopposed.

Revamped budget reveals more spending

The reintroduction of the 2022 provincial budget, along with some changes, received mixed reaction last week. The Province re-introduced the Plan to Build Act (Budget Measures), 2022.

Work progresses, many projects complete

Work on King Township’s major capital projects continues this summer, with key transportation, environmental, park and facilities projects being completed and others under way.

Clear Shower XL mimics nature

They say imitation is the greatest form of flattery. Bringing nature inside, at least to an extent, is a great start. And it starts with your morning shower.

Stratford’s Little Women a relevant contemporary tale

We are the authors of our own stories. That message is clear in Little Women, on stage at the Stratford Festival. Adapted for stage by Jordi Mand, the production is a great updated version of the classic.

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