October 2018 Archive

Bolton man killed in motorcycle collision in King

Investigators with the York Regional Police Major Collision Investigation Unit are seeking witnesses following a fatal collision involving a motorcycle in King.

Saturday Night Bash raises $175K for research

A recent gala evening hosted by a King resident raised close to $200,000 for medical research. The Saturday Night Bash, hosted by Chris Kenalty Sept. 15 supports ground-breaking research conducted through The University Health Network in Toronto. King resident Chris Kenalty, has been part of a study/research group that’s looking into the treatment of neurodegenerative diseases, including issues that can arise from a stroke.

Being one with nature is good for your health

Some of us walk in the rain and marvel at Mother Nature. Others just get wet! But it seems most of us “get it” when it comes to the beauty of nature and the outdoors. Bill Shakespeare once said that just a single touch of nature “makes the whole world kin.”

Cougars ground Caledon Golden Hawks in blowout win

It was a one-sided affair in the first meeting of the year between the rival Schomberg Cougars and Caledon Golden Hawks.

Sip & Savour; come for the food, stay for the fun

Come to Rome for an evening of classic sights, sounds and tastes at Sip & Savour – Ciao Roma, on Thursday, Oct. 25 from 6-9 ...

Candidates square off at first debate hosted by King Chamber

Job creation and easing local traffic woes were top of the list at the first municipal all-candidates debate last week. The King Chamber of Commerce brought together all 14 council candidates Oct. 3 at Nobleton Lakes. Candidates in Ward 5 received the most attention from residents, who put the would-be councillors in the hot seat with their questions.

Nobleton Skating Club receives Canada Post Community Foundation support

Nobleton Post Office once again showed their community spirit, by supporting the Nobleton Skating Club. Club President Karlene MacDonald received $5,000 from Post Master Darlene ...

Singer-songwriter Brooks contemplates life

What most of us miss, Jon Brooks exposes. The accomplished singer-songwriter is more like a modern day standup philosopher, documenting the times. He’s a combination of George Carlin and Leonard Cohen.

Words and actions that change the world

How can I help? Four simple words, one simple request. Could this question change the world? Let’s find out, shall we?

All roads lead to Rome via Sip & Savour

On Thursday, Oct. 25, all roads will indeed lead to Rome for this year’s Sip & Savour in support of the King Township Food Bank. If you’ve never been to Rome before, or have and would like to relive your memories, be sure to buy your tickets for the “Cocktail Party of the Year!”

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