Authors Articles by Paul Rellinger

Articles by Paul Rellinger

Paul Rellinger
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Paul Rellinger a.k.a Relly is an award-winning journalist and longtime former newspaper editor still searching for the perfect lead. When he's not putting pen to paper, Paul is on a sincere but woefully futile quest to own every postage stamp ever issued. A rabid reader of history, Paul claims to know who killed JFK but can't say out of fear for the safety of his oh so supportive wife Mary, his three wonderful kids and his three spirited grandchildren. Paul counts among his passions Peterborough's rich live music scene, the Toronto Maple Leafs, slopitch and retrieving golf balls from the woods. You can follow Paul on Twitter at @rellywrites.
Kawartha Sexual Assault Centre presents "The Power of Our Voices - Building Community for Victims and Survivors of Crime" on Thursday, June 2 at Market Hall Performing Arts Centre in Peterborough. The event features a reading from Judith Thompson's new play "Who Killed Snow White?", a talk from former longtime OPP criminal profiler and author Kate Lines, and a panel presentation and discussion.

Raising the voices of victims and survivors of crime

Kawartha Sexual Assault Centre presents June 2 survivors' event at Peterborough's Market Hall to coincide with sexual consent conference.
The Hicks family: Mitchell, Linda, Cameron (on poster), Andrew, and Gord. The family founded Cam's Kids in honour of Cam who, after overcoming anxiety issues as a teenager, was tragically killed by a motor vehicle at the age of 19 early in his first year at the University of Ottawa (photo courtesy of Cam's Kids)

Cam’s Kids raising awareness and support for youth struggling with anxiety

Hicks family launches foundation to honour the memory of their son and brother Cameron.
Quebec-based blues singer Angel Forrest performs at the Nexicom Studio on June 9; Irish blues singer and guitarist Grainne Duffy opens the fall Elite Blues Series at the Nexicom Studio on September 15

Showplace’s Elite Blues Series bookends seasons with two powerful singers

Angel Forrest closes out current season June 9 in the Nexicom Studio; Grainne Duffy welcome blues music fans back Sept. 15 for a new season.
Millbrook native Serena Ryder opens the 30th anniversary season of Peterborough Musicfest with a free concert at Del Crary Park on Saturday, June 25 (publicity photo)

Peterborough Musicfest announces line-up for its milestone 30th season

Multiple Juno Award winner Serena Ryder opens 19-concert series June 25; Kiefer Sutherland among those who will take to the Fred Anderson Stage.
Two of the Runway Challengers from Public Energy's Wearable Art Show in 2015. The 2016 Wearable Art Show featuring the Runway Challenge takes place on May 14 at Peterborough's Market Hall. (Photos: Esther Vincent / Public Energy)

Public Energy’s Wearable Art Show featuring The Runway Challenge returns May 14

Annual fundraiser sees designers and artists matched with retailers to create one-of-a-kind pieces.
"Sassy Blond" Courtney Druce, who has been fighting cancer for the past 12 years, since she was first diagnosed at the age of 15 (photo: Courtney Druce's GoFundMe page)

Courageous Courtney Druce is “close to losing her battle” with cancer

GoFundMe.com page urges community support in the wake of six weeks of treatment for fifth bout of cancer.
Through private lenders, Mortgage Plus in Peterborough can make home ownership a reality even for those who are turned down for financing by a bank

Need financing? Mortgage Plus has been the real deal for 25 years

Peterborough broker Kathy McConnell matches the right lenders with the right borrowers.
Peterborough residents gather at the Market Hall on March 4 for a public information meeting on the proposed sale of Peterborough Distribution Inc., where Mayor Daryl Bennett (pictured in the front row) reiterated his support for the potential sale (photo: Paul Rellinger / kawarthaNOW)

Strong objections raised at public meeting on selling Peterborough Distribution Inc.

Lack of consultation among concerns raised about potential sale of electricity distribution business to Hydro One.
Trent University owns 1,460 acres of land, 400 of which are designated as endowment lands. So far, Trent University and The City of Peterborough have development plans for 130 acres of the endowment lands. (Photo: Google Earth)

Development of lands at Trent University will be “transformational”

Officials at public meeting describe plans for research park, hockey arena, sports field, and more.
Shari with her 10-year-old daughter Tanna, who lives with a form of childhood arthritis that prevents her from doing the things kids normally do. To help raise funds and awareness for children like Tanna, The Arthritis Society is hosting a gala fundraiser on Saturday, March 5, at the Canadian Canoe Museum. (Photo: Paul Rellinger / kawarthaNOW)

Help hand back childhood to Tanna and other kids living with arthritis

Arthritis Society hosts March 5 fundraising gala to mark Childhood Arthritis Month.

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