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<b> LETTER: </b> Traces of railway line still visible today

LETTER: Traces of railway line still visible today

A reader shares some fascinating history regarding the radial railway that once flourished in Newmarket
Careless driving charge laid in Newmarket on first day back to school

Careless driving charge laid in Newmarket on first day back to school

Ford Wilson Boulevard crossing guard, several kids nearly hit, York police said
<b>BEYOND LOCAL:</b> In the face of sexual assault, speaking out isn't the only way to assert yourself as courageous

BEYOND LOCAL: In the face of sexual assault, speaking out isn't the only way to assert yourself as courageous

The rise of the #MeToo movement has encouraged many victims of sexual violence to come forward, but for some, this isn't a liberating experience, PhD student says
Roughing it for a Reason, at Scanlon Creek

Roughing it for a Reason, at Scanlon Creek

The fundraiser aims to ensure local kids continue to have access to 'the best outdoor education experiences possible'
Good morning, Newmarket!

Good morning, Newmarket!

Warm and windy today
<b>BEYOND LOCAL:</b> Rat detective uses DNA to uncover the pests scurry around cities

BEYOND LOCAL: Rat detective uses DNA to uncover the pests scurry around cities

Learning about urban rat populations through genetic testing reveals information about their movements through cities
They stop, you stop for school buses back on the roads

They stop, you stop for school buses back on the roads

Police remind drivers to slow down in school zone and stop for buses when required as the kids head back to school this week
'Heavy-handed' classroom cellphone ban distracts from contract talks, cuts: teacher

'Heavy-handed' classroom cellphone ban distracts from contract talks, cuts: teacher

'It is definitely a good rule, because kids are on their phones way too much, not for education purposes but for their social media. It isn’t just their fault, either. I see a lot of teachers not bothering to get involved and telling them to put the phones away,' says a student
How to prevent porch pirates from picking off your parcels

How to prevent porch pirates from picking off your parcels

As online shopping becomes more popular, the number of delivered goods being swiped from front doorsteps is increasing
Distinctive aroma detonates memory like 'poignant land mine'

Distinctive aroma detonates memory like 'poignant land mine'

Pineappleweed's pungent aroma rekindles distant memories of simpler times for outdoors lover