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Sweet Bottoms Coffee at 19 Colborne Street in Fenelon Falls is closing on May 6, 2019. (Photo: Sweet Bottoms Coffee / Facebook)

Sweet Bottoms Coffee in Fenelon Falls is closing on May 6

Owners Diane Reesor and Wayne Jolly are retiring.
Oshawa indie pop band Dizzy (brothers Charlie, Alex, and Mackenzie Spencer and Katie Munshaw), who won the 2019 Juno for Alternative Album of The Year for their debut "Baby Teeth", are opening for fellow nominee Newmarket indie garage-pop band Tokyo Police Club at The Historic Red Dog Tavern in downtown Peterborough on Friday, April 19th. (Publicity photo)

nightlifeNOW – April 18 to 24

Live music listings at pubs and clubs in Peterborough and The Kawarthas for the week of Thursday, April 18 to Wednesday, April 24.
Jessica Correa, founder and CEO of environmental social enterprise Random Acts of Green, which is receiving $200,000 in federal funding to develop, promote, and evaluate its mobile app that motivates Canadians to change their behaviour when it comes to climate change. (Photo courtesy of Random Acts of Green)

Peterborough’s Random Acts of Green receives $200,000 from federal government’s Climate Action Fund

Funding will help social enterprise to develop and promote its mobile app that measures and rewards Canadians for their 'green acts'.
Colored Easter eggs in a miniature shopping cart, gift boxes, tulips and computer keyboard and mouse on a wooden background.

What’s open and closed over Easter 2019

Holiday hours for 258 selected businesses, organizations, and services across the Kawarthas
Heavy rain coming out of a downspout

Rainfall warning in place for most of the Kawarthas for Thursday and Friday

Up to 50 mm is possible by Friday evening, with 10 to 20 mm more on Saturday.
The Peterborough Downtown Farmers' Market opens for the 2019 season on Wednesday, May 1. To accommodate ongoing construction of the new urban park at Louis Street, this year's market will again be located on Charlotte St. between George and Louis, which will be closed to traffic while the market runs from 8:30 a.m. until 2 p.m. every Wednesday. (Photo courtesy of Peterborough Downtown Farmers' Market)

Peterborough Downtown Farmers’ Market reopens for the season on May 1

Pedestrian-friendly market located on Charlotte Street in downtown Peterborough runs every Wednesday until October.
Peterborough Public Health logo

Peterborough board of health holding emergency meeting April 16 on planned provincial cuts to...

Ontario 2019 budget proposes reducing 35 health units to 10 and reducing budget by $200 million.
For 4th Line Theatre's 2019 season, Peterborough musician and actor Kate Suhr will make her 4th Line Theatre debut as Tess in Beau Dixon's "Bloom: A Rock 'n' Roll Fable" in July, and Peterborough musician and actor Melissa Payne will make her debut as Audrey Barstow in Ian McLachlan and Robert Winslow "Carmel" in August. (Supplied photos)

Kate Suhr and Melissa Payne make their debuts at 4th Line Theatre this summer

Millbrook outdoor theatre company will premiere Beau Dixon's 'Bloom: A Rock 'n' Roll Fable' and Ian McLachlan and Robert Winslow's 'Carmel'.
Police tape

Human remains found in wooded area north of Campbellford

Police have not confirmed identity, but friends and family of Nicole Smith reportedly believe the remains are those of the missing woman.
Cars on flooded road

Lots of rain in store for the Kawarthas on Sunday

Rainfall warning for Northumberland, snow and freezing rain possible in Haliburton and Hastings County.

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