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September 26

Arts, culture take centre stage in Vaughan at various local fests (

Vaughan boy who helped senior bestowed with heroism award (

Concord, Thornhill candidates tackle traffic, taxes, health (

Learn how to lead from the best in half-day seminar in Vaughan (

Working to Make Rental Happen for Seniors (

EG's 2nd Concession closed for massive upgrades (

York health official not concerned about enterovirus (

D'Amato: Region’s financial management is a strength, not a weakness (

September 25

All signs point to successful Thornhill festival (

Vaughan slips to C grade in best places to live report (

Greenbelt Plan under Review: Region Wants Greater Local Flexibility (NRU)

Oshawa’s New City Centre Plan: Downtown Revitalization (NRU)

Burlington’s Flood Reduction Study: Preparing for Extreme Weather (NRU)

Weber Celebrates a Canadian Corporate Milestone: Opens First Canadian Office, Grill Academy In Vaughan, ON (

Keeping Mississauga Beautiful (

Caledon tourism strategy adopted (NRU)

Brampton Mayor Susan Fennell’s legal threat stalls council debate on spending audit (

September 24

PowerStream, Korean Utility Agree to Work Together (

Back-yard bird coops fly under modern radar in Richmond Hill (

Are you ready for Rosh Hashanah? (

Five food establishments ticketed by public health (

Central York Fire Service hosts open houses (

Enjoy Richmond Hill Culture Days this weekend (

Back-to-back towns latest offering in award-winning Stouffville development (

New Peggy's Wood Trail in EG to connect to Newmarket (

Vote-counting glitches raise concerns for municipal elections (

GTA home buyers prefer walkable neighbourhoods, study says (

September 23

Upcoming conference encourages artists to ThinkBIG (

Newcomer students, parents welcomed to York Region (

Sustainable Neighbourhood Retrofit Action Plans Revitalize Older Communities and Inspire Residents to Take Action Against Climate Change (

2nd Concession in East Gwillimbury closed until 2015 (

Guelph staff to plant trees in response to emerald ash borer, National Forest Week (

September 22

Vaughan municipal election candidates off and running (

Safety, seniors, cycling top of mind for some Vaughan voters (

6 cities earn 'A' grade for attracting newcomers (

Barrie Fire Combat Team heads to Phoenix in November (

Newmarket Public Library, York Region Food Network launch seed exchange (

Ontario ombudsman Andre Marin sets his sights on problem-plagued Brampton (