September 2016 Archive

Mathews completes record Moraine hike

In her historic seven-day marathon of the Oak Ridges Moraine Trail, Aurora resident Kelly Mathews did much more than “take a hike.” Mathews endured the punishing journey, setting a quick pace of between five to six kilometres per hour, every day for seven days. Her ORMT300 ran from Aug. 28 to Sept. 3, from Caledon to Trent Hills.

Enjoying other worlds and those who bring them to life

Record numbers of humans and extraterrestrials descended upon the Metro Convention Centre over the Labour Day long weekend, in search of answers. What they found, amidst the hundreds if not thousands of costume-clad individuals, was a place where time stood still and reality was merely an opinion.

Pietrangelo humbled as next Blues captain

King Township has earned an NHL captain. The 2014 Olympic champion, Alex Pietrangelo has been named the new captain of the NHL’s St. Louis Blues, entering his seventh season with the team as a staple top-two defenceman.

Township CIP program boosts local business

Small business is the hub of activity in the community. If you’re looking for help in sprucing up your storefront, the Township is more than willing to help out.

Fanfare opens Nobleton’s Tasca Park

King’s largest park structure to date made its official debut Saturday in Nobleton. Hundreds of residents, politicians and dignitaries turned out to dedicate Tasca Park.

Coach Stephen Collins helps create competitors at Spray Lake

Spray Lake Watersports and Activity Centre is a one of a kind facility with a freshwater lake located in King Township. It was created with ...

Excitement builds for new Schomberg McDonald’s

It’s been a long time coming, but the community is looking forward to the opening of Schomberg’s new McDonald’s restaurant.

Zoning change first step in sale of municipal property

A change in zoning is the first step in preparing the current municipal office site for sale. With the construction of the new municipal centre under way, King will sell its current home – the strip plaza on King Road and Banner Lane. To help facilitate the sale, and provide options in keeping with the King City Community Plan, council gave staff the go-ahead to look into rezoning the property.

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