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Missing 49-year-old Campbellford man found dead

Death of Steven Miller, who was reported missing December 4, is believed to be non-suspicious.
Wild Rock Outfitters staff members Bridget Moore (left) and Rachel Dean celebrating the outdoor retailer's winning holiday window display in the annual contest sponsored by the Peterborough Downtown Business Improvement Area (DBIA). Wild Rock claims a $1,000 prize as the first place winnder. Statement House and Green Street came in second and third, winning $500 and $200 respectively. (Photo courtesy of Peterborough DBIA)

Wild Rock Outfitters wins downtown Peterborough holiday window contest

Statement House and Green Street came in second and third after online vote.
Dr. Kieran Moore, Ontario's chief medical officer of health, provided an update on the COVID-19 pandemic in Ontario at a media conference in Toronto on December 7, 2021. (kawarthaNOW screenshot of CPAC video)

New COVID-19 projections ‘disconcerting’ to Ontario’s chief medical officer of health

Ontario government extends pause on lifting of capacity limits in nightclubs, strip clubs, and more.
Children during a pandemic lockdown. (Stock photo)

Peterborough Mombassadors partner with GPHSF to raise funds for youth mental health services

Online Christmas auction running December 8 to 14 first step in achieving ambitious $100,000 fundraising goal.
Snow squall

Snow squall warning in effect for Kawartha Lakes for Tuesday

Heavy snow and blowing snow expected, with more than 15 cm accumulation possible.
The perforated steel plates located on the outer edge of both traffic lanes on Warsaw Road swing bridge on Parkill Road in Peterborough, intended to provide a smooth and safe ride over the bridge for cyclists, are being removed until the spring due to elevanted notice levels when vehicles travel over the bridge. (Photo: Bruce Head / kawarthaNOW)

Warsaw Road swing bridge in Peterborough reduced to one lane on Friday and Saturday

Steel plates for cyclist crossing on Parkhill Road bridge are being removed until spring due to elevated noise levels.
A homeless person during winter in Ottawa. (Photo: Andrew Lee/CBC)

Overnight warming room in Cobourg to open December 13 for the winter

Located at St. Peter's Anglican Church, warming room will offer shelter from the cold as well as washrooms and light refreshments.
Alice Cooper will perform at the Peterborough Memorial Centre on March 27, 2022. (Photo: Kyler Clark Photography)

Veteran goth rocker Alice Cooper performing at Peterborough Memorial Centre on March 27

Cooper, whose latest record is 'Detroit Stories', had been scheduled to perform in Peterborough just after the pandemic hit.
After a positive COVID-19 case was confirmed in the Peterborough Petes organization, Peterborough Public Health has stated there is a very low risk of exposure for any fans who attended the November 28 and December 2, 2021 home games at the Peterborough Memorial Centre. (Photo courtesy of Peterborough Petes)

Health unit reassures fans after Peterborough Petes report positive COVID-19 case

Peterborough Public Health says risk of exposure is 'very low' for those who attended last two home games at Memorial Centre.
Ice pellets and freezing rain on car

Risk of freezing rain Sunday night for all of greater Kawarthas region

Precipitation will begin as snow in the afternoon, changing to ice pellets or freezing rain.

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