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Missing Richmond Hill Woman

York Regional Police need your help to find a missing Richmond Hill woman. 41 year old Therese Tulloch was scheduled to travel to Jamaica on September 12, 2018, however she did not arrive. Investigators have determined that she was scheduled to

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If You Linger In The Shower, You May Be Lonely

If you’ve been lingering in the shower or tub, you may want to to get out more.  A study from Yale University determined that people  who take longer showers and baths are more likely to feel lonely and isolated. Researchers

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Rocking Eases Stress, Anxiety And Increases Balance

This study finds rocking in a rocking chair daily can reduce anxiety and depression and improve balance.  We had a rocking chair when I was growing up and I also had one when our kids were babies.  We also had

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Surfs Up Dog. 13th Annual Surf Dog Surf A Thon For Fun And Charity[Video]

More than 70 dogs and their owners took to the waves in California for the Helen Woodward Animal Center’s 13th annual Surf Dog Surf-a-Thon. The annual event sponsored by a local pet food company saw dozens of dogs hanging 10

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Rod Stewart Pockets Nearly $120,000 From His High-End Garage Sale

When regular people have garage sales, they’re lucky to clear a couple hundred bucks. But when Rod Stewart decided to sell his stuff, he brought in well over $100,000. The BBC reports that the singer’s “good old fashioned clear-out” of

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First Ever Apple 1 Computer Hand-Built In The 1970s Will Be Auctioned For $300,000

A piece of computer history that helped launch a trillion dollar company is hitting the auction block and is expected to fetch $300,000. A rare, fully-functioning Apple-1 being auctioned by Boston-based RR Auction in September is one of only 60

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Piano Teacher Accused of Sex Assaults, Police are Concerned There May be More Victims

York Regional police have charged an elderly piano teacher with sex assault, from incidents dating back at least 13 years ago. Police say between 2005- 2007, 79 year old, is accused of assaulting a student under the age of 16,

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School Bus Driver Charged After Crash Wednesday Morning

South Simcoe Police have charged a school bus driver after a two-vehicle collision in Innisfil sent several students to hospital. On Wednesday, September 12, 2018 around 7:45 a.m., police were called to the intersection of 5th Sideroad and 4th Line

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Why It’s Good To Be A ‘Clean Freak’

Are you familiar with the expression “idle hands, idle mind’?  It’s true.  And when you clean, your hands are busy and your mind is free to wander to some magical place  far, far away. It’s a fact that clutter stresses

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Nothing Like A Good Book. Many Still Prefer The Real Thing

Many people embrace new technology.  It has never been easier to search for information or to purchase anything you could want online, even books.  When it comes down to reading the book, many it seems still prefer the good ‘ol

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Tai Chi Very Good Helping Prevent Falls And Injury After 70

Authors of a new study on preventing the elderly from falling suggest the ancient Chinese practice of Tai Chi could help. The group tested the efficacy of different activity regimens in adults 70 or older with at least one previous

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Children Of The 90s Rejoice – Original Tamagotchi Is Making A Comeback

The original Tamagotchi is making a comeback, cashing in on a wave of 90s nostalgia that’s already seen the Nintendo NES and SNES resurrected. The popular egg-shaped toy first launched in the US 21 years ago following its 1996 release

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Amazon Plans To Sell Real Seven-Foot Christmas Trees And Ship Them Within 10 Days Of Being Chopped Down

Amazon plans to sell and ship fresh, full-size Christmas trees this year. Amazon says the Christmas trees, including Douglas firs and Norfolk Island pines, will be bound and shipped without water in a box. Amazon said they’ll be sent within

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York Police Hunt for Gorilla Masked Robber

York Region police are still working to identify a Vaughan bank robber sporting a Gorilla mask. On June 15th, 2018,  police were called to a bank at Bathurst and Steeles, for an armed robbery at about 1:10p in the afternoon.

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York Region Reports First Human Case Of West Nile Virus

Newmarket – The Regional Municipality of York received laboratory confirmation that an individual from The City of Vaughan has tested positive for West Nile virus, marking York Region’s first human case of 2018. The individual has recovered from the illness.

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