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Newmarket citizen of the year makes local hearts happy

Newmarket citizen of the year makes local hearts happy

Past-president of Newmarket Group of Artists and founder of Heart of Newmarket joins residents in receiving honours for their extraordinary volunteer efforts
6,400 speeding charges laid provincewide over Easter weekend

6,400 speeding charges laid provincewide over Easter weekend

OPP also charged more than 1,000 unbuckled motorists
<b> LETTER: </b> Newmarket community shines after boy hit by vehicle

LETTER: Newmarket community shines after boy hit by vehicle

Dozens of residents supported the student who was hit by a vehicle, provided witness accounts to York Regional Police, the area councillor says
Fire Marshal investigating cause of fire in newly built house

Fire Marshal investigating cause of fire in newly built house

The building was vacant and no injuries occurred in the early morning blaze Sunday
Windfall Ecology Centre gets $340K to help building owners track energy use

Windfall Ecology Centre gets $340K to help building owners track energy use

The project will enable York Region building landlords and property managers to better track, report and compare their energy and water consumption
<b>BEYOND LOCAL:</b> Research suggests mothers of epileptic children more likely to suffer from depression

BEYOND LOCAL: Research suggests mothers of epileptic children more likely to suffer from depression

The research included 365 mothers of children with epilepsy
Public rallying against funding cut to libraries

Public rallying against funding cut to libraries

The outcry from lovers of books and life-long learning is “heartening” in the wake of the province’s deep cuts to two Ontario library agencies last week, the Newmarket library CEO says
Good morning, Newmarket!

Good morning, Newmarket!

Rain with moderate to high winds and a high of 11C today
<b>CANADA:</b> Here's how high on the income ladder you need to be to afford a home

CANADA: Here's how high on the income ladder you need to be to afford a home

Despite the sky-high prices, there isn't a 'millennial exodus'
Students Shave to Save for Southlake kids cancer unit

Students Shave to Save for Southlake kids cancer unit

A Bradford West Gwillimbury elementary school hopes to raise $10,000 for local children battling cancer