November 2015 Archive

Cougars’ road struggles continue over weekend

Vince Michelizzi stopped 35 of the 40 pucks he faced against the Stayner Siskins on Sunday, but the team could manage only a 5-5 tie. ...

Bantam Red Wings take consolation final in home tournament

It was a successful weekend for the home squads at Schomberg Minor Hockey’s annual Novice/Bantam Red and White Tournament.

Speed skaters converge on Trisan Centre for regional meet

For the third year in a row, the King Speed Skating Club played host to the Ontario Speed Skating Association Central Ontario Meet at the Trisan Centre on Saturday.

Disappointed in York’s growth option

We are disappointed by York Region Council’s decision to take the growth option of no urban boundary expansion off the table. Allowing an expansion of ...

It’s often the little things that really matter

We have it hammered into our heads to make remarkable inroads and to always have an eye on the “big picture.” That may be well and good, but how many of us are impressed at the big things accomplished in our relatively small circles? Nothing will ever come close to the Big Bang, wheel or manned flight, so we should try to make small advances each and every day.

King scientist exploring the fundamentals

We are often encouraged to see the big picture, but the answers to some fundamental questions are found at the microscopic level.

King For Refugees holding meeting

There are many in King who would like to contribute something or give our time and talents toward helping a refugee.  King For Refugees (KFR) ...

Township puts local businesses in the ‘spotlight’

Recognizing the contributions of local businesses was in the spotlight at King council recently. The mayor and councillors recognized four local companies during the 2015 Spotlight on Business presentation.

King residents facing increased costs for water, waste water

Water has never been thought of as a pricey commodity. The cost of water is getting hard to swallow for King residents, who will be faced with some substantial increases over the next few years.

Utility hikes drive user fees up in King

Rising hydro rates are the driving factor for King’s user fees. Councillors approved increases which take effect Jan. 1, 2016.

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