October 2015 Archive

Heritage homes to be protected

The question of putting historic houses and other structures in King Township on the Ontario Heritage Registry has certainly become a controversial topic in recent ...

Study reveals how to feel like a million bucks!

There is a key to happiness, at least according to those who study such things.

NobleKing peewee Knights strike gold

  Congratulations to the NobleKing peewee A team as they captured the gold medal at the Can/Am Challenge Cup in Lake Placid, NY Oct. 22-25. ...

Cougars dumped by Otters in second straight meeting

It was deja-vu Thursday night when the Schomberg Cougars hosted the Huntsville Otters, and not in the Cougars’ favour.

Properties to receive heritage designation

Two King Road properties that have defined the streetscape for more than 100 years, will carry a heritage designation.

Former King resident extradited from Spain to face fraud charges

A King woman, who had been living in Spain, has been arrested and extradited in connection with a fraud against a manufacturing company in the ...

Magna makes $10-million hospital pledge

A very generous donation to the new Mackenzie Vaughan Hospital will provide a permanent connection and legacy. The $10-million pledge by Magna International will forever link this company, Mackenzie Health and exceptional care close to home for many in King and York Region.

King council supports local solar projects

King councillors have given their support to several local solar projects. Those seeking access to the Feed-In Tarrif (FIT) program benefit from municipal council support for their applications. The Independent Electricity System Operator (IESO) requires that councils pass site-specific resolutions for each project, in order to obtain “Priority Points.”

Late-game heroics keeps U14 Cyclones undefeated

The under-14 Country Day School Cyclones remained the team to be reckoned with in the CISAA soccer circuit with an exciting win on home field Monday.

Cougars late charge not enough, fall below .500

The Junior C Schomberg Cougars have hit an early season slump after a positive start to the Georgian Mid-Ontario Hockey League season.

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