July 2015 Archive

Local in dressage gala to celebrate Pan Am Games

To celebrate the Pan Am Games, a series of equine events is taking place in King and Caledon dubbed “The Horse Experience.” Events included stable tours at, amongst others, Winsong Farm in King.

Boldly going where no one has gone before

Humankind has reached another milestone. NASA’s New Horizons probe flew by Pluto July 14, capturing humankind’s first close-up looks at the far-flung world.

MacLennan leads sweep in trampoline

Early last week, Rosie MacLennan wasn’t sure if she would be competing in the Pan Am Games.

Radar speed signs to be installed on residential streets across township

Speeding remains a top concern across King and councillors want to do something about it.

New GO parking lot deal finalized

A new parking lot in King City will provide much-needed space for commuters. And the municipality is getting a sweetheart of a deal.

Colantoni hangs up his scrubs, looks to future projects

Enrico Colantoni is quite the character. If he’s not in character, the Nobleton actor has many of them running around inside his head.

Nobleton Feed Mill assists Pan Am equestrians

As a goodwill gesture, Nobleton Feed Mill is supplying equestrians competing in the 2015 Pan Am Games.

Roads need attention

We recently enjoyed two road trips, a few days in Ottawa and a day trip to Durham, Ontario. We avoided major highways on both occasions.  ...

Township’s ‘MOVE’ is about vision

Moving King’s municipal offices to the former Holy Name school site on King Road is not just a physical relocation. It’s an entire philosophy, a “vision” of looking to the future.

Schomberg chosen as location for TV series shoot

We all know that Schomberg is a pleasant small town. That fact drew producers to the area last week to film segments of a 2016 mini-series based on a Stephen King novel.

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