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Bollards are coming down for winter

Bollards are coming down for winter

The traffic-calming measure featuring flexible on-street poles began as a pilot project in 2016. The Town wants your views on the program before the bollards go back up in the spring.
Day program aims to boost brain fitness, social skills for seniors

Day program aims to boost brain fitness, social skills for seniors

New in Newmarket: The Memories+ Adult Program and Wellness Centre caters to the needs of seniors affected by disorders across the cognitive spectrum. It is open for business and accepting new clients.
Please pardon us, while we talk about ourselves for a bit

Please pardon us, while we talk about ourselves for a bit

Village Media is a success story that continues to garner attention on an international scale. On the fifth anniversary of the digital media company, CEO Jeff Elgie shares his passion for local journalism and launching daily community news sites like NewmarketToday.
Catch good cause vibes at Main Street businesses

Catch good cause vibes at Main Street businesses

Local fundraiser helps women who have completed breast cancer treatment take part in wellness retreats, programs. And, when you 'pink your drink' at some downtown restos, $2 for every drink will go toward the same cause.
Woman charged in relation to lengthy witchcraft investigation

Woman charged in relation to lengthy witchcraft investigation

The elderly victim was defrauded of more than more than $600,000
Town gives high-fives to these hometown sports heroes

Town gives high-fives to these hometown sports heroes

From softball and soccer to pro hockey, the 2018 inductees into the Newmarket Sports Hall of Fame represent the best and brightest in athletics and community building through sport.
Good morning, Newmarket!

Good morning, Newmarket!

Expect a cool day, with a mix of sun and cloud
Battle of Yonge set for this weekend

Battle of Yonge set for this weekend

With the series currently tied, it's an important year as Newmarket and Aurora take the ice
LETTER: Repeal of Bill 148 about more than minimum wage

LETTER: Repeal of Bill 148 about more than minimum wage

Jessa McLean of Fight for $15 and Fairness says the Ford government isn't fighting fair with minimum-wage and unprotected workers, including those with disabilities. The group will stage rolling emergency actions to respond to this legislation this week in Newmarket and Aurora.
OPP arrest 15 people in human trafficking sting

OPP arrest 15 people in human trafficking sting

York Regional Police was one of the 45 police services involved in Operation Northern Spotlight, which had more than 300 officers, support staff and victim services professionals engaging with 218 potential victims across the country.