Plans for 22 lots in Nobleton revealed

October 4, 2017   ·   0 Comments

A proposal to add 22 more homes to Nobleton was presented to the public recently at King council. It’s early in the process, but Tribute Nobleton Holdings Corp. is planning 22 detached homes in the southern end, adjacent to Robinson Road.

Township concerned with recent acts of vandalism

Recent, senseless acts of vandalism have upset members of King council and Township staff. Councillor Cleve Mortelliti told his colleagues at council recently that some “bold” graffiti and property damage have him very concerned. He has contacted York Regional Police, and Township staff have spotted likely suspects, but the problem, he said, is not going away. Mayor Steve Pellegini called these acts “horrendous,” noting it’s disrespectful and the cleanup is costly.

Special guests, auction items at Sip & Savour

The party of the year in King has something for everyone. Sip & Savour is the main fundraiser for the King Township Food Bank. “London Calling” is the theme for the soiree, which will be held Oct. 19 at Nobleton Lakes.

Soupfest showcases the bounty of local produce

There’s nothing like a hearty, home-made bowl of soup. Imagine an event that features dozens of them! The annual Holland Marsh Soupfest will be held Saturday, Sept. 30 at Ansnorveldt Park. It runs 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. but arrive early for the best selection. The event is so popular that many stations run out of soup by lunch time.

King family reaches out to help needy in Guatemala

Supporting a worthy cause can be quite contagious. Giving back is essential for King’s Clara Lovisotto and she’s brought her family into the fold of an organization that’s near and dear to her heart. Lovisotto has been involved in the Canadian Central American Relief Effort (CCAMRE) for more than 15 years, a group that provides direct, on-the-ground assistance to people living in the Merendon Mountains of La Union, Guatemala.

Sip & Savour tickets now online

The party of the year in King is shaping up to be a star-studded affair to rival any TIFF gala. King Mayor Steve Pellegrini has been named as the honorary chair of Sip & Savour, the main fundraiser for the King Township Food Bank. Philanthropist and TV personality Joan Kelley Walker will also be a special guest.

Revamped visitors centre at Cold Creek

King Township is moving ahead on redesigning the visitors’ centre at Cold Creek Conservation Area. Council recently approved a staff request to hire Brook McIlroy as the prime consultant for the work.

Mulroney named PC candidate in York-Simcoe

Following in the footsteps of one of the longest serving MPPs in history isn’t easy. But Caroline Mulroney, the PC candidate in York-Simcoe, will certainly try. Mulroney was named the candidate during a lively and well attended nomination meeting at the Georgina Ice Palace on the weekend. She hopes to carry on the tradition set by Julia Munro, who will not be seeking re-election in 2018.

Cougars set to hit the ice for 2017-18 season

The sophomore season of the Provincial Junior Hockey League is just one week away, and with it comes some interesting schedule changes. Many familiar faces, and yet some new ones, are set to line up against each other in the PJHL’s North Conference, home of the Junior C Schomberg Cougars.

World-renowned Tolkien illustrator joins Schomberg Street Gallery

  The Schomberg Street Gallery invites you to binge on an outdoor feast of art and creativity, including The Lord of The Rings/Game of Thrones ...

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