January 2014 Archive

Resident loses cash

A King resident has reported losing an envelope with a substantial amount of cash in it. It may have happened at the Nobleton plaza, Zehrs ...

Updated firearms bylaw will increase public safety

Public safety was a top priority Monday as King council passed a bylaw to regulate the use of firearms and bows.

Cleanup continues in King

The cleanup and price tag from the recent ice storm continues to rise.

OMB dismisses appeal for banquet hall

The Ontario Municipal Board agrees that a banquet hall doesn’t belong on the Oak Ridges Moraine. Further, it’s not considered a recreational use.

Cougars get bogged down by foes; lose 3

The Schomberg Cougars Junior C hockey club faced a tough week, something that hasn’t happened often this season. It started off with a big home and home series with the Alliston Hornets on Thursday and Friday night.

Knights hold successful fundraiser

The charity hockey game was a great success Saturday. The NobleKing Knights atom LL2 team worked hard and made a great accomplishment. They raised $1,000 ...

Tykes provide thrilling on-ice action

By Jeff Doner Regular season play carried on for the NobleKing Knights all weekend at both the King City and Nobleton arenas. On Saturday morning, ...

Creativity drives Colantoni’s on-screen accomplishments

Almost everything stems from a person’s own creativity. You’re an artist if you take an idea – a passion – and bring it to reality. It doesn’t matter if your passion is writing, operating a bakery or acting. For Enrico Colantoni, he’s content when he has an outlet for his own creativity. His personal journey so far has been an interesting one, but he’s still trying to figure out the meaning of it all.

Pulling together to help firefighters do their job

Seconds count in an emergency. Given this winter’s ice and snow, fire hydrants were literally buried.

Guide to running for office in 2014

Are you thinking of running for King council this year?

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