November 2015 Archive

King Lions run away with YRAA Tier 2 title

King City Lions, we hear you loud and clear. A heartbreaking final week loss to move down to the YRAA’s consolation bracket was an anomaly – the Lions proved they deserve to be among the top football programs in York Region after another blowout victory to claim the Tier 2 title on Saturday.

Flyers topple Cougars as Schomberg falls to seventh in GMOHL

Seven straight goals were the factor in the Midland Flyers’ 8-4 win over the Schomberg Cougars in Georgian Mid-Ontario Hockey League action on Saturday.

Kids and toys help make spirits bright

As the holiday season approaches, a smile creeps up on most parents’ faces. We don’t know exactly where this little bit of joy comes from, but it likely has to do with our kids.

Is King regulated or just well cared for?

Years ago a neighbour shared the story of her young teenage son complaining that she was too strict. His friends were allowed to do things ...

Colourful Ta Lii Towels raising the bar

Lisa Iafrate is leading a very colourful life lately. And she wouldn’t have it any other way. In fact, she’s having the time of her life, but her version is thinking, planning, marketing and pitching her products, 24/7.

Borcsok named champion at Royal, attains world record

A keen vegetable grower in King Township has once again collected a lot of ribbons from the Royal Agricultural Winter Fair in Toronto. She also broke a world record along the way.

Township staff dedicated to helping others

King staffers are a compassionate bunch. In fact, their fundraising efforts will go a long way.

King City Lions roll over St. Joan of Arc for trip to YRAA Tier 2 finals

The King City Secondary School Lions sent last year’s YRAA Tier 2 champs packing with authority on Friday, in a Tier 2 semi-final match up that was over from the start.

Cougars topple Caledon, gain ground on Huntsville

The Schomberg Cougars have been one of the more mediocre teams in the Georgian Mid-Ontario Hockey League this season.

Chamber honours its dedicated businesses

Business in King Township is wonderful. With that sentiment, the King Chamber of Commerce honoured a handful of local businesses during the annual Business Awards Gala, held at Nobleton Lakes last week.

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