September 2014 Archive

Council approves two sign variances for local honey business

After much debate, council has agreed to allow Pioneer Brand Honey owner Andre Flys to keep two signs on Highway 27 advertising his apiary.

Candidates’ debate for Nobleton set for Oct. 1

Voters in Ward 2 will get a chance to hear from the four candidates vying to be the next councillor in next month’s municipal election.

Schomberg mothers stage march on YCDSB transportation

A mother’s wrath can be quite intimidating, especially if it involves the safety of her children.

Sip & Savour fundraiser a must-attend soiree

Carol Ann Trabert of the King Township Food Bank poses with Nina Siddall at the Soctiabank Nobleton branch, which is a platinum sponsor for the ...

Ward 5 candidate wants to inspire and engage

A political newcomer wants to engage the public, reflecting the future generation of decision-makers.

King company ushers in the future of UAVs

There are simply no limits to what technology can offer society these days. In fact, a King-based business likes to think the applications for its aerial platforms are “infinite.”

Holland Marsh Soupfest offers area’s bounty

The stage is set for the seventh annual Holland Marsh Soupfest, bringing the best of Nature’s bounty to King.

Scotiabank opens its doors in King City

Scotiabank has christened the newest commercial development in King City.

Cougars find first win of the season on the road

The Schomberg Cougars have finally found their offensive groove, four games into the Georgian Mid-Ontario Hockey League season.

Eric Lamaze opens Spruce Meadows Masters with a win

Olympic Champion Eric Lamaze opened the CSIO5* Spruce Meadows “Masters” tournament with a win in the $50,000 ATCO Structures & Logistics Cup on Thursday, Sept. 12 in Calgary.

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