December 2015 Archive

High-scoring weekend has Cougars roaring

Martin Lauzon makes the save on Caledon’s Daniel Cafagna in the first period of Schomberg’s 7-3 win over the Golden Hawks at Caledon East Arena ...

King United SC U13 boys start with a blast

With the indoor soccer league under way, the King United Soccer Club has entered two under 13 boys’ teams (Royals and United) in the Hersey ...

Groups weigh in on Greenbelt, growth report

Ontario has received recommendations on how to build more complete communities in the Greater Golden Horseshoe area – Canada’s fastest-growing urban region, the province's economic engine and the home of the Greenbelt.

Reaching economic development goals in King

Bolstering the municipality’s economic development is a very fluid concept. Affecting economic change requires partnerships on many levels.

Preliminary budget shows 2.95% increase

By airing their wish lists and getting some insights from staff, King councillors are well on their way to fine-tuning the Township’s 2016 budget that takes both financial realities and residents’ needs into consideration.

Ontario backs off on review of GTA West Corridor

Word that the province has suspended its work on the proposed GTA West corridor comes good news to opponents.

Severance bid in Kingscross causes community ‘rift’

Seldom has the creation of a new lot in King Township caused such controversy. A severance application in the exclusive community of Kingscross has done just that. A packed council chambers saw dozens of residents speak both in favour and against a plan to create a new lot on Snowberry Lane.

Kingscross becoming the most sought-after community

The word is out. As much as King residents may want to keep this oasis in the GTA all to themselves, discerning home buyers are eyeing an exclusive area near King City for their dream homes.

Peewee A Knights cruise to eighth-straight victory at home

A combination of a relentless offence and strong play between the pipes has the peewee A NobleKing Knights at the top of the York-Simcoe league heading into the Christmas break.

Offence stifled as Cougars fall to Hornets and Flyers

Two of the Georgian Mid-Ontario Hockey League powerhouses proved to be too much for the Schomberg Cougars, who didn’t earn a point in two games this weekend.

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