Peterborough Downtown Business Improvement Area to get $500K over 20 years from Shorelines Casino Peterborough for sponsorship of downtown events
Roof repairs planned for spring and summer of 2018 to displace Peterborough Lakers from Memorial Centre
Part of Peterborough Museum and Archives land sought for new elementary school, but museum isn't interested in using existing King George Public School
Citizens' committee recommends that Peterborough city council pay rates stay the same, with regular adjustments for inflation
Peterborough This Week - Community
Marg Byer counted 22 robins in her yard on Chamberlain street last Wednesday. "I'm lucky if I have one in the summer," she noted.
The family of a young girl with leukemia has organized a blood drive and will encourage eligible donors in the Peterborough area to give the gift of life on Saturday. The clinic runs from 8 a.m. to noon at the George Street location of Canadian Bl
Peterborough high school excels once again
PETERBOROUGH — The Peterborough Regional Health Centre (PRHC) is currently experiencing sustained pressures in its Emergency Department due to an increase in the number of patients coming to the hospital for care. The hospital is currently at 113
Peterborough This Week - City Hall
PETERBOROUGH — The Peterborough Lakers may not have a home arena to play in for the 2018 season. On Monday (Feb. 27), Peterborough councillors will consider moving ahead with proposed repairs to the roof and floor a the Memorial Centre. The repai
PETERBOROUGH — Peterborough County’s draft 2017 budget includes an annual increase in county taxes of $31.03 for residents with a home valued at $247,000, but that is subject to change as council deliberates in the next few weeks. Trena DeBruijn,
PETERBOROUGH — Now that they know they’ll be receiving an additional $150,000 per year for 20 years, Peterborough’s Downtown Business Improvement Area (DBIA) board needs to determine exactly how to spend it. As per an agreement with the City of Pe
Peterborough This Week - Crime
KAWARTHA LAKES - OPP have confirmed one person is dead and two others are injured following a fire at a Mariposa Township group home Friday afternoon (Feb. 24). Kawartha Lakes OPP say they were called to a disturbance at the Quaker Road youth faci
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PETERBOROUGH — Two more people has been charged in connection with a stabbing Thursday (Feb. 23) at a Peterborough home. A 16-year-old boy is charged with attempted murder, break and enter, and accessory after the fact. His charges stem from an in
Northumberland News - Local
Muhammad Ali's son detained at airport: 'Are you Muslim?'
Last BlackBerry-designed phone with physical keyboard to hit stores in April
TSB investigating Toronto airport incident involving Air Canada plane from Halifax
Kenneth (Ken) Bray of Port Hope matched six of the seven Encore numbers to win $100,000 in the Lotto Max, according to a press release from OLG on Feb. 24.
Northumberland News - Crime
Police arrested a man for breaching bail conditions when they responded to a report of a domestic dispute.
PETERBOROUGH — A Peterborough man is accused of sharing intimate photos of his ex-girlfriend without her consent. According to Peterborough Police, the 31-year-old man sent the photos to his ex-girlfriend’s new partner. Along with the photos, the
A Durham police helicopter crew worked with officers on the ground to rescue two snowmobilers who were stranded after their machines got stuck in the Ganaraska Forest on the weekend.
A relationship gone wrong left one partner cold, literally, just before Valentine’s Day.
COBOURG — Key evidence has gone missing in an outstanding case against dangerous offender and convicted child predator Stanley Tippett.
Stirling Community Press
A documentary criticizing U.S. Democratic presidential contender Hillary Clinton tied on Saturday with superhero ensemble Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice on a list of the year's worst achievements in film, winning four Razzies apiece.
U.S. authorities have barred entry to a Syrian cinematographer for Oscar-nominated film The White Helmets, as Hollywood stars gathered at a rally supporting immigration rights and promoting unity.
A report from the U.S. Department of Homeland Security calls into question the reasons cited for President Donald Trump's travel ban aimed at seven Muslim-majority countries.
The son of legendary boxer Muhammad Ali was detained by immigration officials at an airport in Fort Lauderdale, Fla., according to a lawyer and family friend.
The Transportation Safety Board is investigating after an Air Canada plane from Halifax with 112 passengers slid off the runway early Saturday at Toronto's Pearson International. No one was injured.
Globe and Mail
Trump again says Chicago needs help fighting violence. Police say they’ve asked for it and got no reply
Former religious freedom ambassador warns conservatives that ‘Canadian values’ talk is full of pitfalls
Once led by Steve Bannon, Breitbart is owned by family that poured millions into getting Trump elected
“It’s quite clear that what triggered his detention was his Arabic name and his religion,” said Chris Mancini, an Ali family friend and attorney.
Artifacts found at site of new courthouse will be shown in rotating displays at City Hall for next five years.
Flight from Halifax was carrying 118 people, no injuries have been reported.
Residents pay among the lowest rates in the GTA. But that is only one part of the story.
Licensing for home daycares provides oversight, accountability and peace of mind for parents, advocates say