June 2014 Archive

Council endorses redevelopment for Nobleton wrecking yard

An old wrecking yard in Nobleton will be rehabilitated to make way for a new residential subdivision.

Firefighters help save resident

Local firefighters rose to the challenge recently during a minor fire in Schomberg.

Beautify your home with natural stone products

We take pride in our homesteads. What better way to make a lasting statement than with the beauty of natural stone?

Local businessman has issues with sign bylaw

A local businessman is butting heads with the municipality over a sign advertising his operation.

Jaczek wins in Oak Ridges-Markham

Dr. Helena Jaczek will be returning to Queen’s Park to represent the riding of Oak Ridges-Markham.

Munro ‘saddened’ by Liberal majority

Julia Munro has survived to fight another day. And fight she will.

Inaugural King City Craft Beer and Food Truck Festival a big hit

“King-palooza” or “Kingstock.” These were terms tossed around by visitors to Saturday’s successful King City Craft Beer & Food Truck Festival.

Big hearts propel Tim and Brenda’s Cruise for the Cure

Tim Schmidt likes being the centre of attention. But it’s all for a good cause.

King resident honored by American society for solar innovation

Thomas Edison, Henry Ford, George Westinghouse, Willis Carrier, the steam engine, the Panama Canal and King Township’s John Hollick.

Inaugural Rock and Roll Classic Car Show a huge hit

For an inaugural event, the Rock and Roll Classic Car Show and Family Fun Day in support of those living with MS was a success. ...

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