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More than 20 local authors featured at Chapters events

More than 20 local authors featured at Chapters events

This weekend, you can meet the authors and find great books for children, sci-fi and murder mystery buffs
Council poised to make decision on Hollingsworth land's future

Council poised to make decision on Hollingsworth land's future

Details about potential sale of all or a portion of town-owned Hollingsworth land to developer Briarwood discussed in closed session yesterday
Shriners' Bowlathon has 'heck of a turnout' in support of children's hospitals <b>(6 photos)</b>

Shriners' Bowlathon has 'heck of a turnout' in support of children's hospitals (6 photos)

The Newbeaver Shrine Club in Newmarket brought together Masons and Shriners for a bowlathon that will help provide specialized acute care to children in Canada and around the world
<b>CANADA:</b> Is our recycling industry broken?

CANADA: Is our recycling industry broken?

More and more recycling is being sent to landfill, fewer items are being accepted, and the financial toll for some municipalities is huge
Province's reform will cause loss of 103 high school classes, York school board says

Province's reform will cause loss of 103 high school classes, York school board says

Ontario government urged to reconsider changes to autism program, class size increases, and mandatory e-learning, York public board chairperson writes
Newmarket Saints open season with weekend split

Newmarket Saints open season with weekend split

Newmarket native Brett Lassen, in goal Sunday against the Orillia KIngs, picked up his first career win in Junior B Lacrosse
Good morning, Newmarket!

Good morning, Newmarket!

Cloudy today with wind and rain tonight
<b>CANADA:</b> Why do wrongful convictions happen?

CANADA: Why do wrongful convictions happen?

False confessions, investigators with tunnel vision can both lead to wrongful convictions
'Just stop it,' implores Neville-Lake as weekly tally of impaired driving charges continues

'Just stop it,' implores Neville-Lake as weekly tally of impaired driving charges continues

Jennifer Neville-Lake, whose three children and father were killed by an impaired driver in Vaughan, continues to be an outspoken advocate against impaired driving
1,800 supporters on the run for Southlake <b> (16 photos) </b>

1,800 supporters on the run for Southlake (16 photos)

They ran and walked along Davis Drive Sunday in the 17th annual Nature's Emporium Run for Southlake, raising close to $178,000 for their local hospital