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August 1
Resident starts petition to fight dry pond at Thornhill park (

Vaughan declares August civic holiday Benjamin Vaughan Day (

Vaughan homeowner ticked off over city's ticketing policies (

PowerStream Releases Review on Utility's Response to 2013 Ice Storm (

2 Vaughan hopefuls gear up for The Ex's Rising Star competition (

Federal program helps young people land summer jobs in Vaughan (

Meat lovers rejoice, Woodbridge ribfest just around corner (

3 Vaughan Dairy Queens participate in Miracle Treat Day Aug. 14 (

Support MADD on the links this summer (
July 31
Helping shape the new urban vision: conservation authorities updating policies (NRU)

Making it easy: Orillia opens for business (NRU)

Improving vibrancy: Oakville’s commercial districts (NRU)

Achieving better outcomes for public services (NRU)

Vaughan Woodbridge appeal dismissed (NRU)

Vaughan MP Fantino's pot flyer riles top Liberal (

Number of distracted driving charges in York Region down (

This week in the museums (

Out of town listings (

Suitelife not so sweet, CRTC fines Woodbridge company $20,000 for violating telemarketing rules (

Graffiti a growing problem in Newmarket (

East Gwillimbury residents invited to get involved in election, earn $200 (

Ottawa warned about its vulnerability to hackers, lack of strategy (
July 30
Government of Canada creates jobs for youth in Vaughan (

What does future hold for Vaughan MP Fantino? (

Police target distracted drivers in Thornhill, Don Mills (

The Pulse: Bus bunching the problem for North York riders (

Designers of controversial street light art project explain their vision (
July 29
LED lighting system coming to Newmarket (

Development charges set for increase: Newmarket (

Oakville goes out on a limb for an aging 12-metre high oak (

Performing Dance Arts, the GTA's Leading Dance Studio for Children, Announces Nick Lazarrini as Guest Choreographer in August (

Accusations of plagiarism fly as councillor websites show eerie similarity (

Mosquito batch from Mississauga tests positive for West Nile Virus (

Claredon Beach Park benefits from $500K upgrade (
July 28
Vaughan's Ferrari team finishes second in race two of Honda Indy in Toronto (

Severe thunderstorm warnings, watches end for southern Ontario (

Teams Prequalified for York Viva Bus Rapid Transit Expansion (

Thornhill teen's backyard rollercoaster years in the making (

Commonwealth Games: Gymnast Patricia Bezzoubenko wins her second gold (

Moksha Yoga Maple invites you to yoga in the park for Children of Light fundraiser (

Markham student tops Catholic school board's honour roll (

Liberal government spends $7.2 million on recreation programs (

Vaughan runner 8th at world jr. championships in Oregon (

TTC puts distance-based fares in no-go zone (