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Newmarket rescue dog 'paws' it forward

Newmarket rescue dog 'paws' it forward

The 'barking and barking' of high-maintenance American Eskimo and Pomeranian dog, Cody, alerted family to fire danger
St. Nicholas community celebrates school's 25th anniversary <b> (19 photos) </b>

St. Nicholas community celebrates school's 25th anniversary (19 photos)

Current and former students, staff, and parents marked the milestone yesterday with a special mass, music, art, a barbecue and, of course, cake
You can order your Save Lake Simcoe lawn signs now

You can order your Save Lake Simcoe lawn signs now

You can send a message to MPP Caroline Mulroney to provide the leadership needed to save Lake Simcoe, lake watchdog says
Masked teens, armed with knives, rob Vaughan restaurant

Masked teens, armed with knives, rob Vaughan restaurant

York Regional Police are seeking two suspects who fled with cash Sunday night
<b>BEYOND LOCAL:</b> You need to see this artist's hand-painted baseball gloves

BEYOND LOCAL: You need to see this artist's hand-painted baseball gloves

Sean Kane paints his commemorative baseball gloves from his home studio in Guelph
Cyclist killed in collision with dump truck in Richmond Hill

Cyclist killed in collision with dump truck in Richmond Hill

York Regional Police found a 44-year-old woman dead on the scene at Bayview Avenue and Woodriver Street yesterday
Newmarket craft beer, food truck fest expands to Fairy Lake Park

Newmarket craft beer, food truck fest expands to Fairy Lake Park

You have until Friday to take advantage of the early bird discounted tickets for the June event that promises nine hours of non-stop noshing, sipping suds
Good morning, Newmarket!

Good morning, Newmarket!

Cloudy with a chance of showers today
<b>CANADA:</b> Retailers struggle to keep popular cannabis extract CBD on shelves

CANADA: Retailers struggle to keep popular cannabis extract CBD on shelves

The extract has been promoted as a natural cure for pain, anxiety and insomnia, despite limited medical research
Province's autism survey should be limited to special needs families, mom says

Province's autism survey should be limited to special needs families, mom says

Provincial government releases an online survey and is hosting several telephone town halls this month to get input on the Ontario Autism Program