September 2016 Archive

Doors Open a great success

Doors Open in King Township on Saturday, Sept. 17 was a great success, and already there is talk about the 2017 event! Its success is ...

King-based BirchBioMed on the cusp of medical breakthrough

Being part of “the cure” is an amazing, life-altering experience. A King- and Vancouver-based firm, a spin-off of the University of British Columbia, holds the key to new medical therapies that may successfully eliminate scarring and reverse certain autoimmune diseases, including, Type 1 Diabetes (insulin-dependent) and Alopecia.

Schomberg Cougars drop home-and-home to Huntsville Otters

A pair of high-shooting, low-scoring losses at the hands of the Huntsville Otters last week has the Schomberg Cougars looking for answers two weeks into the Junior C season.

King adopts animal control bylaw

King Township has a new animal control bylaw, giving staff the tools to manage King’s four-legged residents. After struggling with semantics and provisions contained in the bylaw, councillors gave it their stamp of approval recently.

Enjoy local bounty at annual Soupfest

Soup-lovers rejoice! Enjoy delicious soups made with locally grown produce from our very own Holland Marsh at Soupfest, coming this Saturday, Oct. 1 to Ansnorveldt ...

Keeping Terry’s memory alive

The communities in and around King Township came out on Sunday to carry on Terry Fox’s Marathon of Hope.  The weather cleared in time to ...

May leads Junior C Cougars past Golden Hawks

Rookie Connor May notched his first two goals in a Schomberg Cougars uniform Sunday night to earn the Junior C club its first win of the season.

Jazz performer Mele has many irons in the fire

It may not be apparent, but the universe is buzzing with the sweet echoes of creation. If you listen closely enough, you can almost hear the silky smoothness of the cosmos.

King putting more teeth into response to Province

The updating of important provincial legislation is causing a lot of frustration among municipal politicians and planning staff alike.

Man killed in single-vehicle collision

Investigators with the York Regional Police Major Collision Investigation Unit are seeking witnesses following a fatal, single-vehicle collision in King Township. On Monday, Sept. 19, ...

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