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Will phoenix rise from 'ashes' of Main Street's old fire hall? <b> (8 photos) </b>

Will phoenix rise from 'ashes' of Main Street's old fire hall? (8 photos)

In this week's Remember This?, History Hound Richard MacLeod recalls the history of the abandoned building that was Newmarket's only fire hall until 1978
A closer look at Timothy Rogers, 'father of Newmarket'

A closer look at Timothy Rogers, 'father of Newmarket'

In this week's Remember This?, History Hound Richard MacLeod shares the story of the pioneer who brought several of his fellow Quakers from Vermont to settle along Yonge in 1801
Building lots in Newmarket's first subdivision sold for $50

Building lots in Newmarket's first subdivision sold for $50

In this week's Remember This?, History Hound Richard MacLeod takes you to Connought Gardens, the Town of Newmarket's first attempt at a planned community
In review of decades, the '60s mark massive growth in Newmarket

In review of decades, the '60s mark massive growth in Newmarket

In this week's Remember This?, History Hound Richard MacLeod caps off a year of articles with the highlights of the decades since Newmarket was incorporated as a village
A Christmas card from the History Hound

A Christmas card from the History Hound

This week, Richard MacLeod wraps up the year with the history of a once treasured Christmas tradition of sending cards to family and friends
When a loaf of bread was 6 cents, and other interesting facts

When a loaf of bread was 6 cents, and other interesting facts

In this week's Remember This?, History Hound Richard MacLeod asks 'did you know' about several interesting events in Newmarket's history
Davis tannery once largest leather producer in British Empire <b> (12 photos) </b>

Davis tannery once largest leather producer in British Empire (12 photos)

In this week's Remember This?, History Hound Richard MacLeod continues the sage of the Davis family and their thriving tannery business lured to Newmarket in 1904
Newmarket had its arenas, but Fairy Lake favoured for skating

Newmarket had its arenas, but Fairy Lake favoured for skating

In this week's Remember This?, History Hound Richard MacLeod recounts the history of Newmarket's arenas and skating rinks
Davis family was pillar of Newmarket society

Davis family was pillar of Newmarket society

In this week's Remember This?, History Hound Richard MacLeod recalls the Davis family, who were early business entrepreneurs, politicians, philanthropists, community leaders
In its heyday, Office Specialty employed 400 in massive complex <b> (18 photos) </b>

In its heyday, Office Specialty employed 400 in massive complex (18 photos)

In this week's Remember This?, History Hound Richard MacLeod chronicles the rise and fall of Office Specialty, which helped to grow Newmarket from its beginnings in 1896 to its end in 1971