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Rebel Heartland takes over downtown for re-enactment weekend

Rebel Heartland takes over downtown for re-enactment weekend

The Rebellion of 1837 returned yesterday and continues today until 5 p.m. at various downtown locations and at Fairy Lake Park with the re-enactment of the battle involving the Reformers, supported by the Quakers, and the red-coated militia.  
Nine farmers markets you can visit this season

Nine farmers markets you can visit this season

It's harvest season in York Region
Newmarket board gamers bring strategy, friendship to the table

Newmarket board gamers bring strategy, friendship to the table

Billion-dollar tabletop gaming industry finds local fan base growing
Good morning, Newmarket!

Good morning, Newmarket!

Daytime temperatures rise to a high of 19°C under sunny skies today
You are invited to say farewell to Newmarket mayor, councillor

You are invited to say farewell to Newmarket mayor, councillor

Mayor Tony Van Bynen and Ward 2 Councillor Dave Kerwin are holding community farewell events next weekend for their upcoming retirements
Construction on York Region's first university to begin at end of year

Construction on York Region's first university to begin at end of year

Partnerships like the one with Newmarket's NewMakeIt exemplify the strategy for student success at the new York University Markham Centre Campus, official says
Police issue seatbelt reminder following fatal collisions

Police issue seatbelt reminder following fatal collisions

Investigators have been able to determine that drivers involved in two recent fatal collisions were not wearing their seatbelts
Police appeal for witnesses in Vaughan shooting homicide

Police appeal for witnesses in Vaughan shooting homicide

Investigators with the York Regional Police Homicide Unit have arrested three suspects and are appealing to witnesses to come forward following a murder in a plaza parking lot last night
Remember This? Fairgrounds became Second World War military training camp

Remember This? Fairgrounds became Second World War military training camp

With war clouds casting a dark shadow over Western Europe, more than 1,000 men a month arrived for basic elementary training at the Newmarket Canadian Army Military Camp No. 29 from 1940 to 1945.
Good morning, Newmarket!

Good morning, Newmarket!

Skies clear this morning and temperatures rise to a high of 15°C today