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<b>BEYOND LOCAL:</b> Study suggests average human body temperature is lower than it used to be

BEYOND LOCAL: Study suggests average human body temperature is lower than it used to be

Part of the reason, researchers say, is that less of the population is infected with a disease that could raise body temperature
VIDEO: What are you most looking forward to this year?

VIDEO: What are you most looking forward to this year?

We hit the streets of Newmarket to find out
Good morning, Newmarket!

Good morning, Newmarket!

Beautiful sunny skies today
<b>BEYOND LOCAL:</b> How vaccines really work

BEYOND LOCAL: How vaccines really work

Experts say that when vaccines are distributed properly, they will protect the individual and their community simultaneously
Boy, 5, attacked on Sharon school playground by man wielding curtain rod

Boy, 5, attacked on Sharon school playground by man wielding curtain rod

A 30-year-old East Gwillimbury man with cognitive impairment faces numerous charges, including aggravated assault
Armed bank robberies in Aurora, Markham occur simultaneously

Armed bank robberies in Aurora, Markham occur simultaneously

It's the second time in as many days that an armed robbery has occurred at a bank in Aurora
Significant snowfall possible on Saturday

Significant snowfall possible on Saturday

A low pressure system could bring up to 20 cm of snow to the area beginning on Saturday morning
Armed intruder at Newmarket school flags need for safety protocol review, parents say

Armed intruder at Newmarket school flags need for safety protocol review, parents say

Knives were found in the backpack of the man who was later arrested after pushing his way into Stonehaven Elementary School
Two arrested in connection to May 2019 Markham armed robbery investigation

Two arrested in connection to May 2019 Markham armed robbery investigation

20-year-old and 17-year-old, both from Toronto, face numerous firearms charges
You can pay or dispute your parking tickets online now

You can pay or dispute your parking tickets online now

Town of Newmarket launches new process that replaces the current provincial court system for disputing parking offences