December 2013 Archive

King Museum looking for help to create commemorative war display

As you may be aware, 2014 marks the 100th anniversary of the start of the First World War. The museum would like to put on ...

Council reaches compromise with developer on eve of OMB hearing

It’s been a long, hard-fought battle, but King will not be going to the Ontario Municipal Board (OMB) on the King City Corporate Centre. The decision was made at the council meeting Monday.

Township fees set to rise in 2014

Fees for using Township services or facilties will be going up in 2014. King council approved changes to its fee schedule at the Dec. 2 council meeting.

King growth puts pressure on parks department staff

As King continues to grow, so do the demands on the municipality’s parks, recreation and culture department. The coming year will be a critical one for the department, according a report received by King council recently.

Museum plan moving forward

King is moving ahead with its Museum Strategic Business Plan, after tweaking its plan of attack recently.

Sign bylaw created

King Township has created a new sign bylaw. Council recently approved staff recommendations for the guidelines, following input from councillors and members of the public.

Three Cougars notch hat tricks against Midland; enjoy overtime win against Caledon

Kiefer McIntosh goes hard to the net against Midland goalie Andrew Best in the 14-2 win last Thursday night. McIntosh ended up with a hat ...

Innisfil outguns NobleKing peewees

The NobleKing Knights peewee A squad had their sights set on collecting a big win over the Innisfil Winterhawks, but came up just short on Sunday.

Red Wings capture Silver Stick title

The Schomberg Juvenile Red Wings claimed the Regional Silver Stick Championship after defeating the Belmont Rangers 9-3 recently. They went into the finals as the ...

Curlers qualify for provincials

The King Curling Club hosted the Ontario Curling Association Provincial Qualifier this past weekend with many teams from the surrounding areas. The club is very proud to have three men’s teams entered in the double knock-out event, all hoping to move onto the next round for the Provincial Zone Championships.

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