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Want to see the beauty? Find a piece of cardboard!

Want to see the beauty? Find a piece of cardboard!

Outdoors columnist David Hawke offers some helpful tips to capture nature's magnificence
Mayoral candidate Taylor vows 'firm stand' on Mulock park, GO station

Mayoral candidate Taylor vows 'firm stand' on Mulock park, GO station

At the Newmarket Taxpayers Advocacy Group mayoral candidate event, John Taylor highlights the development of the Mulock Farm park, and continued lobbying for Mulock GO station as key initiatives of council's next term
New uses, markets for gadget designed to cool hot flashes

New uses, markets for gadget designed to cool hot flashes

On International Menopause Day, the company will offer discounted prices and donate a portion of proceeds to a women's charity
Adopt Me: Tuxedo the cat is always dressed for date night

Adopt Me: Tuxedo the cat is always dressed for date night

Tuxedo is an affectionate, black and white, short-haired cat, who was surrendered to the Ontario SPCA Provincial Education and Animal Centre when his previous owner was diagnosed with multiple sclerosis.
Good morning, Newmarket!

Good morning, Newmarket!

Warm and overcast today
OPP report 156 road deaths caused by 'Big Four'

OPP report 156 road deaths caused by 'Big Four'

Over the Thanksgiving long weekend, the OPP joins police partners across Canada for Operation Impact, an enforcement-driven initiative aimed at increasing public compliance with laws against aggressive driving, impairment by alcohol or drugs, inattentive driving and lack of seatbelt use.
Local farmer expands his business with self-serve pumpkin stands

Local farmer expands his business with self-serve pumpkin stands

Joel Konrad has stands in several communities, including Bradford West Gwillimbury, Barrie and Innisfil
Remember This? Newmarket boasted a cacophony of whistles until 1940s

Remember This? Newmarket boasted a cacophony of whistles until 1940s

The town whistle blew daily except Sundays and holidays at 6 a.m. and 6 p.m., as well as sent out the alert when a fire occurred, using a system of long and short blasts that indicated the location
Dogs, cats arrive from remote northern communities for adoption

Dogs, cats arrive from remote northern communities for adoption

Forty-eight dogs and puppies and 23 cats and kittens arrived yesterday at Ontario SPCA animal centres and affiliate SPCAs and humane societies around the province to be adopted through the Ontario SPCA’s Year of the Northern Dog program
York Police targeting impaired, distracted, aggressive driving over Thanksgiving weekend

York Police targeting impaired, distracted, aggressive driving over Thanksgiving weekend

The nationwide Operation Impact road safety program focuses on preventable offences that contribute the most to death and serious injury on Canadian roadways: seatbelt infractions, distracted, aggressive and impaired driving