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Clock ticks on holiday giving to less fortunate in our community

Clock ticks on holiday giving to less fortunate in our community

The deadlines for charitable giving are fast approaching, so we've rounded up all the details to help make it easier for you to make the season brighter for those less fortunate in our community.
Merry Market pop-up shop offers unique, natural gifts

Merry Market pop-up shop offers unique, natural gifts

Upper Canada Mall is hosting an open-concept holiday market showcasing a curated collection of local and specialty artisan businesses, floral designers and artists presented by creative culture market Blossom and Bloom
York police Pride cruiser now on patrol every day

York police Pride cruiser now on patrol every day

No longer reserved for special events only, the police cruiser with its bright rainbow decal is now fully equipped to join the permanent fleet
We're happy to live in Newmarket, community survey results say

We're happy to live in Newmarket, community survey results say

Ninety-five per cent of the more than 800 residents who took the Town of Newmarket's annual survey are satisfied with Newmarket as a place to live
Good morning, Newmarket!

Good morning, Newmarket!

Today, expect a cool day with chances of flurries throughout the day
Here's how to pick the best Christmas tree

Here's how to pick the best Christmas tree

Real Christmas trees give back to our environment long after the holiday season, they are the green choice
LETTER: Aurora Bridge Club raises $3,000 for Newmarket food bank

LETTER: Aurora Bridge Club raises $3,000 for Newmarket food bank

More than 100 members of the Aurora Bridge Club attended the annual holiday luncheon and bridge event Dec. 2 and made donations to the Newmarket Food Pantry
Operations centre renamed to honour town's longtime former CAO

Operations centre renamed to honour town's longtime former CAO

Robert N. Shelton retired Nov. 30 after serving the Town of Newmarket for 41 years
Lorne Avenue house extensively damaged in accidental fire

Lorne Avenue house extensively damaged in accidental fire

No one was injured in the fire that started in a bedroom at rear of the home Monday night, according to Central York Fire Services
Newmarket man among 5 York residents charged in OPP child exploitation probe

Newmarket man among 5 York residents charged in OPP child exploitation probe

More than 122 persons, including 11 youth, have been charged and 55 victims identified in just one month by investigators on the Provincial Strategy to Protect Children from Sexual Abuse and Exploitation on the Internet