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Newmarket gets set to celebrate Black History Month

Newmarket gets set to celebrate Black History Month

The Newmarket African Caribbean Canadian Association (NACCA), in partnership with the Town of Newmarket, is offering a wide variety of activities for all ages during Black History Month
Victim in pedestrian collision succumbs to injuries

Victim in pedestrian collision succumbs to injuries

York Regional Police are asking anyone with information to contact the Major Collision Investigation Unit
Province drops 'open for business' section of Bill 66

Province drops 'open for business' section of Bill 66

Facing a storm of criticism, the Doug Ford government announced this week it will drop controversial Schedule 10, which would have allowed municipalities to pass bylaws to override environmental protection legislation
Man charged in Stouffville house break-in after foot chase

Man charged in Stouffville house break-in after foot chase

A woman called York Regional Police after returning home to find a man in her house
Driver charged with impaired after truck with baby, puppy on board hits tree

Driver charged with impaired after truck with baby, puppy on board hits tree

“It is nothing but sheer luck that serious injury or death were avoided in this collision," says York Regional Police chief
Southlake receives funding to replace walkway ramps

Southlake receives funding to replace walkway ramps

The Newmarket hospital is among 128 health centres to receive provincial funding for upgrades, repairs and maintenance
Good morning, Newmarket!

Good morning, Newmarket!

Mainly cloudy with a chance of flurries and windy. Temperature steady near -1C with a windchill of -9C
VIDEO: A lunch classic from Donnelly's Family Restaurant

VIDEO: A lunch classic from Donnelly's Family Restaurant

On this episode of What's Your Dish, we stop by Donnelly’s Family Restaurant at 17915 Leslie Street in Newmarket for a classic burger
New splash pad will a'maze' families, children of all abilities

New splash pad will a'maze' families, children of all abilities

The $1.8-million Arkinstall Park Splash Pad, which embodies the principles of inclusive design, is scheduled to open summer 2020
Collisions climb as slippery road conditions snare drivers

Collisions climb as slippery road conditions snare drivers

Check York Regional Police real-time updates on area collisions to help plan your travel today