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Newmarket psychotherapist practises what she preaches

Newmarket psychotherapist practises what she preaches

In this week's What's Up Wednesday, meet psychotherapist Mary Charron, who recently did something she often encourages clients to try: do something that scares you
Good morning, Newmarket!

Good morning, Newmarket!

Mainly sunny skies today with wind
<b>BEYOND LOCAL:</b> Make memories at the beach, it engages all your child's senses

BEYOND LOCAL: Make memories at the beach, it engages all your child's senses

Memories and the experiences gained through play are foundational to one’s lifelong learning
Tickets go on sale this week for Jann Arden at Rama

Tickets go on sale this week for Jann Arden at Rama

The Juno award-winning singer appears at Casino Rama on Dec. 7
First World Wellness event coming to Newmarket

First World Wellness event coming to Newmarket

Interested in learning how to live your best life prescription-free?
Four face weapons, robbery charges in Newmarket home invasion

Four face weapons, robbery charges in Newmarket home invasion

Two occupants of a house in the Newmarket Heights neighbourhood are charged, as well as two men arrested in another residence later
Back to School: Here's a reminder of safety rules

Back to School: Here's a reminder of safety rules

Town of Newmarket Bylaw Officers will be making their way around town, conducting a public education campaign in school zones
<b>BEYOND LOCAL:</b> Why we care where celebrities stand on political issues

BEYOND LOCAL: Why we care where celebrities stand on political issues

Celebrities as UNICEF ambassadors are subject of an intense debate in particular
Fire Marshal investigating suspicious fire at Vaughan tattoo shop

Fire Marshal investigating suspicious fire at Vaughan tattoo shop

Police and firefighters were called early yesterday morning to a plaza at Weston and Langstaff
Back to School: Parents can exempt kids from new sex-ed curriculum

Back to School: Parents can exempt kids from new sex-ed curriculum

'Children whose parents decide they should not learn the information in the curriculum will be missing out', one local parent advocate says