The ERA: Mewmarket's Digital Newspaper Project
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The Era (Newmarket, Ontario), March 2 1988 
NewspapersText  The Era (Newmarket, Ontario), March 2 1988,  
Home Show 
NewspapersText  "Home Show," The Era (Newmarket, Ontario), 2 Mar 1988, the era 1988 03 02 A1.jpg  The Newmarket Jaycees' 8th annual Home Show is running this year from May 6-8 at the Newmarket Recreation Complex.
Aurora senior conned of $3,000 
NewspapersText  "Aurora senior conned of $3,000," The Era (Newmarket, Ontario), 2 Mar 1988, the era 1988 03 02 A7.jpg  Toronto and Regional Crime Stoppers and the York Regional Police need the public's help in an effort to apprehend the man who is responsible for stealing money from a senior citizen.
Break-In Arrest 
NewspapersText  "Break-In Arrest," The Era (Newmarket, Ontario), 2 Mar 1988, the era 1988 03 02 A7.jpg  A 20 year old Georgina man has been charged by police in connection with a break-in Saturday night at NLN Music Inc. on Dalton Road in Georgina.
Wallace 'whipped' by turnaround board vote 
NewspapersText  "Wallace 'whipped' by turnaround board vote," The Era (Newmarket, Ontario), 2 Mar 1988, the era 1988 03 02 A8.jpg  Aurora school board trustee Ron Wallace was "whipped" last week as York Region Board of Education decided to expand to eight areas. Wallace lobbied trustees to consiider establishing seven zones for Sept. 1 and eight in 1989.
Literacy council needs help to ease out illiteracy here 
NewspapersText  "Literacy council needs help to ease out illiteracy here," The Era (Newmarket, Ontario), 2 Mar 1988, the era 1988 03 02 A5.jpg  The Newmarket Literacy Council's grant this year is short by $10,000. They arre appealing for funds from community organizations.
York says no thanks to Sunday shopping 
NewspapersText  "York says no thanks to Sunday shopping," The Era (Newmarket, Ontario), 2 Mar 1988, the era 1988 03 02 A8.jpg  If Newmarket Mayor Ray Twinney gets his way, the province will receive a "nasty" letter from York regional council about Sunday shopping.
Safe Stolen 
NewspapersText  "Safe Stolen," The Era (Newmarket, Ontario), 2 Mar 1988, the era 1988 03 02 A7.jpg  York Regional Police are investigating a break-in last week at the Becker's milk store on Metro Road in Keswick.
IGA Robbed 
NewspapersText  "IGA Robbed," The Era (Newmarket, Ontario), 2 Mar 1988, the era 1988 03 02 A7.jpg  Police are searching for three suspects after the Schomberg IGA store was broken into last Friday at 3:04 am.
Branching Out 
NewspapersText  "Branching Out," The Era (Newmarket, Ontario), 2 Mar 1988, the era 1988 03 02 A9.jpg  ALLSTATE INSURANCE has opened its first office in York Region. (Photo)
Well connected 
NewspapersText  "Well connected," The Era (Newmarket, Ontario), 2 Mar 1988, the era 1988 03 02 A10.jpg  Laura Widdifield was one of dozens of Bell Canada operators in Newmarket who were singled out by their employer during the operator appreciation week Feb. 15-21 (Photo)
Two charged for credit card scam, charges against attendant dropped 
NewspapersText  "Two charged for credit card scam, charges against attendant dropped," The Era (Newmarket, Ontario), 2 Mar 1988, the era 1988 03 02 A7.jpg  York Regional Police have arrested two Sutton men and dropped charges against a gas station attendant in connection with a credit card scam.
Trautman 8, Burling 4 
NewspapersText  "Trautman 8, Burling 4," The Era (Newmarket, Ontario), 2 Mar 1988, the era 1988 03 02 B4.jpg  Brent Peterman collected two goals and three assists while Al Albright and Kevin Brynn had two goals apiece as Trautman Electric upset Burling Builders 8-4. (Sports News)
engagements 
NewspapersText  "engagements," The Era (Newmarket, Ontario), 2 Mar 1988, the era 1988 03 02 B17.jpg  Mrs. Gladys Wymark is pleased to announce the engagement of her son Paul Douglas to Fiona Jane Barfoot. (engagement announcement)
Top Saint 
NewspapersText  "Top Saint," The Era (Newmarket, Ontario), 2 Mar 1988, the era 1988 03 02 B1.jpg  Marty Dallman was named the Newmarket Saints' Molson Cup player of the month for February following Sunday's game. (Sports news)
Blaisdell nets crucial goal to stifle Amerks 
NewspapersText  "Blaisdell nets crucial goal to stifle Amerks," The Era (Newmarket, Ontario), 2 Mar 1988, the era 1988 03 02 B1.jpg  Mike Blaisdell has been a faithful farm hand for John Brophy and the Toronto Maple Leafs. (Sports News)
Raider squad sweeps to title 
NewspapersText  "Raider squad sweeps to title," The Era (Newmarket, Ontario), 2 Mar 1988, the era 1988 03 02 B1.jpg  Newmarket High coach Harry Carter's pre-season expectations were far exceeded by his curling foursome Satuday at the Ontario Schoolboy Championship playdowns in Welland. (Sports news)
Hockey season keeps Elsons on the move: Newmarket family tough to pin down 
NewspapersText  "Hockey season keeps Elsons on the move: Newmarket family tough to pin down," The Era (Newmarket, Ontario), 2 Mar 1988, the era 1988 03 02 B1.jpg  Having four children registered in the Newmarket Minor Hockey Association keeps Richard and Dianne on the move during the winter months. (Photo included)
Colts show why they are league's best 
NewspapersText  "Colts show why they are league's best," The Era (Newmarket, Ontario), 2 Mar 1988, the era 1988 03 02 B1.jpg  The Barrie Colts, regular season champions with only one loss through 44 games, added credibility to their claim as the Central team to beat Sunday night by putting the finishing touches on a four-game sweep of a best-of-seven East Division semifinal series on the strength of a 6-5 victory at the...
Fans try the players' patience 
NewspapersText  "Fans try the players' patience," The Era (Newmarket, Ontario), 2 Mar 1988, the era 1988 03 02 B2.jpg  Members of the Aurora Eagles enter the crowd area last Thursday night in Barrie. (Photo included)
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