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Brian Roman is performing an impromptu concert on Mother's Day at Peterborough's Market Hall to raise funds for community health care (publicity photo)

Singer Brian Roman to perform Mother’s Day fundraising show at Peterborough’s Market Hall

Portion of ticket sales will support Your Family Health Team Foundation
The Rotary Community Super Spring Clean-Up takes place at Confederation Square, Beavermead Park, Morrow Park, Kinsmen Park, Riverview Park and Zoo, Bowers Park, and Rotary Park in Ennismore

Help clean up Peterborough parks on Saturday morning

9th annual Rotary Community Super Spring Clean-Up takes place at seven locations on May 7.
Musical generations (front to back) Gordon Lightfoot, Ronnie Hawkins, Kris Kristofferson, Robin Hawkins, Ryan Weber, James McKenty, and Sam Weber (photo: Leah Hawk / Facebook)

Music legends Kris Kristofferson and Gordon Lightfoot join The Hawk at his Stoney Lake...

Local musicians join icons for a secret recording session
Peterborough country musician Jesse Slack is the Central Ontario winner in CBC Music's Seachlight competition (publicity photo)

Peterborough’s Jesse Slack is regional finalist in CBC Music’s Searchlight competition

Country musician vying for one of four slots in the finals to win a $50,000 prize package.
Legendary children's performer Fred Penner will be taking the stage at Nicholls Oval this August during the Peterborough Folk Festival

Peterborough Folk Festival announces first acts performing at August music festival

Line up includes Fred Penner, Born Ruffians, Reuben and The Dark, Craig Cardiff, and Megan Bonnell.
Ontario is building more electric vehicle charging stations across the province (photo: Government of Ontario)

Nine electric vehicle charging stations to be installed at six locations in Peterborough area

Provincial government investing $20 million to expand electric vehicle infrastructure across Ontario.
Port Hope's historic downtown, waterfront trails and beaches, and proximity to the Ganaraska River put it on Cottage Life's list (photo: Christopher Pelletier)

Lindsay and Port Hope are two of the “quaintest” towns in Ontario

Cottage Life magazine bravely selects 10 Ontario towns that balance charm, culture, and community
Paul O'Sullivan was a highly respected and accomplished performer who died tragically at the age of 48. Every year, his wife Linda Kash organizes an improv fundraiser in his name for Hospice Peterborough.

Remembering the late great Paul O’Sullivan

Sold-out "Paul's Left Ball Fore!" fundraiser at Peterborough's Market Hall on April 28.
Peterborough journalist Paul Rellinger has been spending a weekend on a roof for charity for the past six years. This year, he's going up on a Thursday afternoon instead, but will still be on the roof for over 48 hours.

Relly On The Roof fundraiser returns for its sixth year this week

Paul Rellinger will spend over 48 hours on The Brick's roof in support of Habitat for Humanity.
Unlike the privately owned 407 ETR (pictured here at Woodbine Avenue), the extension of Highway 407 east from Brock Road to Highway 35/115 is a separate toll road owned and operated by the Province of Ontario (photo: Wikipedia)

Highway 407 extension to 115 on schedule for 2019 opening

Expect to see more impacts on traffic as construction activity increases with warm weather.

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