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Region remains vigilant slowing spread of invasive plants, insects

Region remains vigilant slowing spread of invasive plants, insects

Ontario has more invasive species than any other province or territory in Canada. The potential economic impacts on agriculture, fisheries, forests, health care, tourism and the recreation industry are estimated at $3.6 billion per year.
Good morning, Newmarket!

Good morning, Newmarket!

Mainly sunny with cloudiness increasing in the afternoon. A high of 6 is anticipated.
Chicken strips added to Sofina's Jane's Pub Style breaded chicken recall

Chicken strips added to Sofina's Jane's Pub Style breaded chicken recall

Canadian Food Inspection Agency's (CFIA) says the recall was triggered during its investigation in to a foodborne illness outbreak
Newmarket Cycling Club fuels inspiration in cancer survivor

Newmarket Cycling Club fuels inspiration in cancer survivor

Ted Kemper battles back from stage 4 cancer to embrace his lifelong passion of cycling as a member of Newmarket Eagles Cycling Club
You may see soldiers, military vehicles on the road this weekend

You may see soldiers, military vehicles on the road this weekend

Uniformed soldiers and medical vehicles will be seen travelling on provincial and municipal roads until Nov. 5 for a training exercise at CFB Toronto
Clocks fall back Sunday

Clocks fall back Sunday

Central York Fire Services (CYFS) is reminding you to set your clocks back one hour on Saturday night, as well as test all smoke and carbon monoxide alarm units and replace the batteries.
Remember This? Cane family one of Newmarket's first dynasties

Remember This? Cane family one of Newmarket's first dynasties

William Cane was Newmarket's first mayor and a successful and determined entrepreneur, despite losing the majority of his businesses to fire.
This Newmarket commuter at 'wit's end' over transit troubles

This Newmarket commuter at 'wit's end' over transit troubles

'Why is York Region Transit brokering a deal with the TTC to make more money from us? It’s a cash grab,' insists Michelle Galloro, who says York Region Transit's agreement to nix buses to the York University Keele Campus raises issues of cost, time and convenience, and safety for Newmarket commuters.
Good morning Newmarket!

Good morning Newmarket!

Get ready for gusting wind
Car crash closes County Rd. 88 near Hwy. 400 in Bradford

Car crash closes County Rd. 88 near Hwy. 400 in Bradford

Police ask drivers to avoid area around collision, which caused “extreme traffic build up”