November 2013 Archive

Going tech-free a real challenge for many

“Men have become the tools of their tools.” Henry David Thoreau When we examine our current technology-dependent existence, it’s really impressive how this coup happened.

Transitional Care Community explained

In response to Giuseppe Rosati’s Nov. 21 letter, “Community and Care Complex proposed for old Schomberg Arena.” We are very happy to see that interest ...

CCKT urges citizens to attend OMB hearing

By Greg Locke Chair, CCKT On behalf of CCKT I would like to inform and encourage you to attend an important, local and potentially precedent-setting ...

King’s firearms bylaw update deferred

If it ain’t broke, don’t fix it. That was the general consensus among deputants who came out to speak to the discharge of firearms bylaw review at the committee of the whole meeting Monday. The review of the bylaw was initiated after concerns were brought up by Councillor Debbie Schaefer.

Tim Hortons kick-starts November Food Drive

Tim Hortons restaurants will run their annual Food Drive throughout Nobleton and Schomberg through Nov. 24, to help replenish the shelves at the local King ...

Christmas in King City

The second annual Christmas in King City is bigger and better. The community event will be held Nov. 30 from 5 to 8 p.m. in the core of King City (King Road and Keele Street). The event is presented by the King City Business & Community Association and The King Parks and Recreation Department.

Economic statement reveals government’s direction

The stage is set for investment in Ontarians, as revealed by the recent fall economic statement delivered by the Liberal government Nov. 7. This interim statement is an indicator, leading up to the spring provincial budget.

King/Vaughan Christmas Home Tour raises funds for Women’s Centre of York

Florists and designers have teamed up to decorate eight spectacular homes in King/Vaughan in their holiday best with proceeds going to Women’s Centre of York ...

Two men arrested following car theft and break-in

Quick response by officers and a co-ordinated response by the York Regional Police helicopter Air2 have led to the arrest of two men following the ...

Cougars hand league-leading Kings their first loss

The resurgent Schomberg Cougars passed another test when they beat the division leading Penetang Kings 3 – 2 at the Trisan Centre last Thursday. It was Penetang’s first regular season loss and the Cougars were more than happy to be the ones to serve it to them.

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