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Remember This? Hwy. 9/Davis played vital role in town's growth

Remember This? Hwy. 9/Davis played vital role in town's growth

From its earliest days as a vital wagon trail connecting to the railroad, to its current transformation connecting to a Viva bus rapidway, the roadway has played an important role in the town's development and economic prosperity.
Remember This? Moving town hall to Tannery, Mulock caused controversy, angst

Remember This? Moving town hall to Tannery, Mulock caused controversy, angst

As the population of the town continued to burgeon, the councils of the day were faced with the issue of finding larger locations for town hall. The moves from Main Street to the Tannery Mall on Davis Drive and then to the present-day building on Mulock Drive resulted in controversy and angst among taxpayers and council.
Remember This? Take a historic tour of the town offices

Remember This? Take a historic tour of the town offices

In the early years, the town halls were located in a series of locations in downtown Newmarket, moving to meet space requirements as the town continued to grow.
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
Remember This? Southlake hospital's beginnings found in 1920s with young doctor's persistence

Remember This? Southlake hospital's beginnings found in 1920s with young doctor's persistence

A struggle to meet the demands of a growing population has challenged Southlake Regional Health Centre, known as York County Hospital until September 2000, almost since it was first established .
Remember This? Fairgrounds became Second World War military training camp

Remember This? Fairgrounds became Second World War military training camp

With war clouds casting a dark shadow over Western Europe, more than 1,000 men a month arrived for basic elementary training at the Newmarket Canadian Army Military Camp No. 29 from 1940 to 1945.
Remember This? 1837 Rebellion tour highlights key role town played

Remember This? 1837 Rebellion tour highlights key role town played

The History Hound marks the upcoming Rebel Heartland weekend with a walk through history