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July 25

Newmarket agrees to fund dog park (

Residents divided on flood plan for Thornhill's Gallanough Park (

Jewish, Muslim residents call for end to tit-for-tat vandalism in Vaughan (

Founder and former CEO of Husky breaks ground on $40-M Vaughan expansion (

PowerStream Employees' Cycling Efforts Raise $68,000 (

What you need to know about Friday's city-province LRT summit (

Ford Fest: What the commotion is all about and the real reason it is alcohol-free (

Pan Am building gets finishing touches in Markham (

Brampton Mayor Susan Fennell gets substantial salary boost (

MPPs in commuter towns spending thousands on Toronto accommodations (

July 24

Police investigate anti-Semitic vandalism in Thornhill (

Planning for 6,000 new home: MILTON’S ELEVEN (NRU)

Whitchurch-Stouffville mayoral race: NEW LEADERSHIP COMING (NRU)

Georgina anticipates highway expansion: EXTENDING OPPORTUNITIES (NRU)

Promoting cycling: TRANSIT CONNECTIONS (NRU)

Anti-Semitic hate graffiti found in Thornhill days after anti-Arab messages on Islamic Centre (

Richmond Hill mayor presses minister on subway extension (

Family says father’s pancreatic cancer led to ‘terrible, terrible’ ordeal of misdiagnoses, unavailable hospice care (

Council approves Pan Am torch run leg for Stouffville (

Mayor’s name going on new Stouffville skate park (

Transportation Minister Steven Del Duca: It’s Time for Building, Not Planning (

July 23

Stouffville track project over budget (

Newmarket-Aurora MPP wants bill to elect regional chairperson (

Preserve Stouffville elevator on current site: CAO (

Scarpitti registers for re-election run in Markham (

Ultimate DIY project: Thornhill teen designs backyard rollercoaster (

Ford Fest allowed in city park despite rule against candidate promotion events (

Ford Fest gets approval to use Scarborough park — but free booze and campaigning are out this time (

One third of access to information requests take at least four months to release (

Mayor, TTC at odds over tunnel boring machines (

July 22

Vandals spray paint hate messages outside Vaughan Islamic centre (

Nobleton Councillor Peter Grandilli, resident brawl at restaurant (

Residents flock to Newmarket's first spray pad (

Aurora seeks compromise on heritage plan (

Decades-old hedge target of suspected ‘vexatious’ complainer (

TTC wants to sell $51.7-million tunnel boring machines to Chinese company for just $9.2 million (

Communities in Bloom judges touring Barrie (

‘Extremely low’ number of people with disabilities in politics, professor says (

July 21

Exotic pet ownership on the rise (

Motorcycle enthusiasts 'Rev It Up' in Vaughan (

Council critic wants to be mayor of Stouffville (

Anti-Muslim messages found at Islamic centre in Thornhill (

No bull: bovine spotted on Jane Street in King Township (