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Articles by Jeannine Taylor

Jeannine Taylor
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Jeannine Taylor is the publisher and editor-in-chief of kawarthaNOW.com and a contributing writer. She's a self-professed geek and early adopter. She's also a vegetarian, music lover, and arts enthusiast. Jeannine would rather be at the cottage kayaking, boating, reading, paddle boarding, or biking with her border collie Tess. You can follow her on Twitter @wiredwoman or @markstreetsouth .
A detail from the most popular photo on our Instagram during March. The photo of Warsaw Caves, with more than 5,800 views, was taken by Mike Markov. (Photo: Mike Markov @mikemarkov / Instagram)

Nine most popular photos from our Instagram for March

Every month, we share the work of local photographers from across the Kawarthas.
Our most popular photo on Instagram during February, with more than 7,000 views, was this sunset by Rachel Patrick of Clarington. (Photo: Rachel Patrick @rachelpatrick123 / Instagram)

Nine most popular photos from our Instagram for February

Every month, we share the work of local photographers from across the Kawarthas.
Wendy Hill, Alyssa Stewart, Catia Skinner, and Rosalea Terry have come together to launch 100 Women Peterborough, a philanthropic group that plans to donate $10,000 four times a year to a local non-profit or charitable organization. (Photo courtesy of 100 Women Peterborough)

100 Peterborough women to come together and make a collective philanthropic impact

Inspired by similar groups, four local women launch 100 Women Peterborough.
A detail from a photo posted on Instagram by outdoor photographer Andrew Holden that he took at Warsaw Caves. When we shared Andrew's photo, it received almost 7,000 views from our Instagram followers, making it the most popular photo for January. (Photo: Andrew Holden @andy.holden / Instagram)

Nine most popular photos from our Instagram for January

Every month, we share the work of local photographers from across the Kawarthas.
Jeff Day (left) with Peterborough DBIA executive director Terry Guiel at the Business Hall of Fame inductee announcement on January 10, 2018. Day says he resigned from his position at Community Futures Peterborough so he could run for Peterborough City Council in 2018. (Photo: Jeannine Taylor / kawarthaNOW.com)

Jeff Day intends to run for Peterborough City Council

Former Community Futures Peterborough executive director explains why he resigned from economic development organization.
4th Line Theatre, which stages outdoor plays every summer at the Winslow Farm in Millbrook, has instituted a strict "no tolerance" policy for all its employees against sexual harassment. (Photo: 4th Line Theatre / Facebook)

4th Line Theatre in Millbrook implements new anti-sexual harassment policy

In wake of scandals in entertainment world, Kim Blackwell wants employees to know sexual harassment will not be tolerated.
Owen the Griff, the adorably cute Brussels Griffon owned by Lisa Besseling and Marlon Hazlewood of Lakefield, now has more than 36,400 followers on Instagram. His human parents are taking him to New York City in November for PetCon, the first-ever conference for the world's most influential pets on social media. Owen's social calendar is quickly filling up for the weekend, with so many of his fans wanting to meet him. (Photo: Marlon Hazlewood)

Owen the Griff, Lakefield’s Instagram star, is heading to the Big Apple

Lisa Besseling and Marlon Hazlewood are taking their popular pooch to PetCon in New York City, a conference for the world's most influential pets
Members of the Women's Business Network of Peterborough (WBN), the preeminent networking organization for professional women in the Kawarthas, at a member meeting at the Holiday Inn Waterfront in Peterborough. We have everything you need to know about the WBN's 2017-18 season, which runs from September to June. (Photo: Women's Business Network of Peterborough)

Women’s Business Network of Peterborough embraces digital with online promotion for 2017/18 season

kawarthaNOW's special editorial section features the new board, the upcoming program, member profiles, and much more.
Funds raised by the 2017 Peterborough's Dragon Boat Festival will go towards the purchase of a new state-of-the-art 3D-capable digital mammography unit at at the Peterborough Regional Health Centre, improving the accuracy of breast cancer screening. Please sponsor a paddler or a team at this year's festival. (Photo: Linda McIlwain / kawarthaNOW)

Visit our special section on Peterborough’s Dragon Boat Festival

Funds raised on June 10 will help purchase state-of-the-art breast screening equipment at Peterborough Regional Health Centre.
Last year's Dragon Boat Festival raised over $196,000 for breast cancer care at Peterborough Regional Health Centre. Registration is now open for the 2017 festival, which takes place on Saturday, June 10 at Del Crary Park in Peterborough. (Photo: Linda McIlwain / kawarthaNOW)

Earn your dragon bragging rights at the 2017 Peterborough’s Dragon Boat Festival

Registration now open for June 10 event that raises funds for breast cancer screening.

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