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Good morning, Newmarket

Good morning, Newmarket

A chance of evening showers
<b>BEYOND LOCAL:</b> What could cities do to reduce CO2 emissions?

BEYOND LOCAL: What could cities do to reduce CO2 emissions?

Singapore is known as an example of forward-thinking urban transit planning; vehicle ownership permits are limited and available by lottery.
Hosting a holiday party? Be aware of your liability, lawyer says

Hosting a holiday party? Be aware of your liability, lawyer says

Legalization and growing popularity of cannabis makes it much more difficult to know if your guests are safe
Frozen Fridays kickoff a hot event <b> (16 photos) </b>

Frozen Fridays kickoff a hot event (16 photos)

Volunteer has been with Newmarket's homeless shelter since the first night

Volunteer has been with Newmarket's homeless shelter since the first night

Ruth Brooks is passionate about giving back through Inn from the Cold
Greenest gifts come from the heart, environmentalist says

Greenest gifts come from the heart, environmentalist says

Gifts of time and experience can be meaningful and help reduce your carbon footprint this holiday season
Davis tannery once largest leather producer in British Empire <b> (12 photos) </b>

Davis tannery once largest leather producer in British Empire (12 photos)

In this week's Remember This?, History Hound Richard MacLeod continues the sage of the Davis family and their thriving tannery business lured to Newmarket in 1904
Good morning, Newmarket!

Good morning, Newmarket!

A mix of sun and cloud today with a chance of flurries
<b>BEYOND LOCAL:</b> The complexity behind children's lies

BEYOND LOCAL: The complexity behind children's lies

A study found that asking young children aged three to four years to look at themselves in a mirror while asking them about a potential misdeed significantly increased their truth-telling
Newmarket hockey hero receives dedication at Ray Twinney arena

Newmarket hockey hero receives dedication at Ray Twinney arena

Former Hurricanes' co-owner Jim Wells Sr. was recognized for his leadership to hockey and the community with a dressing room plaque