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March 14
Vaughan drops in Moneysense's best places to live in Canada ranking (

York won't feel Toronto's condo cool off: analysts (

Vaughan may go dark for Earth Hour, but residents have chance to shine (

Grants boost programs for Thornhill seniors (

GUEST FORUM: Vaughan's natural heritage network city's best-kept secret (

East Gwillimbury seeks partnership with Newmarket for university bid (East Gwillimbury Era)

McMichael, Arts Council team up for mentor program (

Harsh winter taking toll on Stouffville water mains (Stouffville Sun-Tribune)

King residents divided over township's proposed tree bylaw (King Connection)

Community Living Aurora/Newmarket paying tribute to Fisch (Aurora Banner)

March 13
Vaughan subway station on track (NRU)

Vaughan hospital seeks building qualifications (NRU)

Rezoning for Vaughan townhouses (NRU)

PPS spells out land use options in rural Ontario (NRU)

Request for qualifications released for new Vaughan hospital (Vaughan Weekly)

Earth Hour Vaughan's Energy Conservation Showcase will 'light' and 'delight' (Vaughan Weekly)

Federal funding to assist victims of violence through ETA Vaughan Women's Shelter (Vaughan Weekly)

Miele to run for Vaughan regional councillor (Vaughan Weekly)

Minister announces new school for Kleinburg (Vaughan Weekly)

It's maple syrup time at the Kortright Centre (Vaughan Weekly)

Woodbridge pancake supper to benefit local teen (Vaughan Weekly)

Aurora ranked York Region's best place to live (

Shovelling snow on to road could cost you (Markham Economist & Sun)

Emerald borer menace: 68,000 mature ash trees cut down around Toronto (National post)
March 12
'Polar vortex' cold, ice storm clean out Toronto, GTA budgets, pockmark streets with fresh potholes (National Post)

Free income tax service offered at Vaughan libraries (

Students encouraged to apply for Camp Enterprise (

Water main break causes large sinkhole in Vaughan (

Winter hitting GTA road budgets hard but reserves help (

Spring today, winter's back tomorrow (
March 11
Vaughan Goes Dark for Earth Hour on March 29 (

Volunteer Recognition Award Nominations (

York University wants to set up York Region campus (

Inspiring Celebrations of International Women's Day (

Sinkhole on Keele Street in Vaughan keeps lanes reduced (

Georgina councillors shave more money off 2014 budget (Georgina Advocate)

Family sacrifices privacy for ailing father (Thornhill Liberal)

Filmmakers descending on Markham next month (Markham Economist & Sun)
March 10
Request for qualifications released for new Mackenzie Vaughan Hospital (Mackenzie Health)

Province, Mackenzie Health seek firms for Vaughan hospital construction (

Water main break snarls traffic near Hwy. 7, Keele (

Bevilacqua unfazed by developer's hospital ad (

Region forges ahead with expanded headquarters (

Lingering winter 'cool' for March Break (

CHATS Walk for Wellness raises more than $30K (