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Rob Paul

Rob Paul

Rob Paul is a journalist with NewmarketToday. He has a passion for sports and community feature stories

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Recent Work by Rob

Newmarket 'hair nerds' bring their best to New York Fashion Week

Newmarket 'hair nerds' bring their best to New York Fashion Week

Stylists Rose Piccoli, owner of Hair Dynasty in Newmarket, and Bailey Hutchinson spent last week working backstage at the iconic fashion event
Newmarket's Ice Lounge kicks off on Main Street

Newmarket's Ice Lounge kicks off on Main Street

Newmarket's newest signature event began Thursday evening and runs until Sunday at 5 p.m.
York Regional Police updating its explosive disposal robot

York Regional Police updating its explosive disposal robot

The current outdated robot was deployed 13 times in 2022 and 2023, according to York Regional Police
Newmarket school aims to reach $1M mark with return of Relay for Life

Newmarket school aims to reach $1M mark with return of Relay for Life

Sacred Heart Catholic High School students have raised more than $800,000 over the years for the Canadian Cancer Society with the event, and have set their sights on a new milestone after a hiatus
Newmarket students' culture celebrated with Lunar New Year event

Newmarket students' culture celebrated with Lunar New Year event

Stonehaven Elementary School teachers organized a Chinese celebration for students and their families
Southlake, York Hills continue partnership for eating disorder services

Southlake, York Hills continue partnership for eating disorder services

York Hills Centre for Children, Youth and Families bridges care from the busy hospital to community, and helps avoid hospitalization for clients requiring less intensive interventions
Newmarket's Glenn Marais & The Mojo Train to release new album

Newmarket's Glenn Marais & The Mojo Train to release new album

Glenn Marais & The Mojo Train will be playing an album release show for Red, Hot and Blue on March 8 at Old Town Hall in Newmarket
Global Chain of Lights coming to Newmarket for Rare Disease Day

Global Chain of Lights coming to Newmarket for Rare Disease Day

The Fred A. Lundy Bridge will be illuminated blue on Feb. 29 from sunset until 11 p.m. to show unity as part of Rare Disease Day
Markham retirement home charged for health violation

Markham retirement home charged for health violation

Glynnwood Retirement Home in Markham was charged by York Region health inspectors on Feb. 16
Newmarket Mission Thrift Store celebrates local athlete heading to Special Olympics

Newmarket Mission Thrift Store celebrates local athlete heading to Special Olympics

Newmarket Mission Thrift Store volunteer Ruby Lappin is heading to Calgary later this month to compete in the Special Olympics Canada Winter Games
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