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Ontario Provincial Police

Attempted luring of 12-year-old girl in Bobcaygeon

Older man offers student a ride, OPP seeking public's help in identifying the driver.
The Sears store at Lansdowne Place in Peterborough.

Is Sears Canada on the ropes?

Company, with three stores in the Kawarthas, issues dismal results and warns about financial future.
Heat warning

Health units issue heat warning for Peterborough and Kawartha Lakes

Residents advised to take precautions until heat wave breaks on Tuesday.
Two boys jumping off of a cliff in Fenelon Falls. 15-year-old boy Harley Broome of Fenelon Falls drowned Saturday afternoon after swimming with friends on the Sturgeon Lake side of the Fenelon Falls locks. (Photo: xorozzzi / YouTube)

OPP recover body of 15-year-old who drowned in Fenelon Falls on Saturday

Harley Broome went missing after swimming with friends in area known for its cliffs.
The Canadian Canoe Museum has released a new promotional video produced by Peterborough's BrandHealth

Watch The Canadian Canoe Museum’s new video

Promotional video shows the importance of waterways in Canada's growth.
Our Lady Peace will headline a free concert at Peterborough Musicfest on Wednesday, August 2nd at Del Crary Park. (Publicity photo)

Our Lady Peace headlines Peterborough MusicFest on August 2

Coleman Hell and River Town Saints also performing as part of ONtour concert series.
Among other things, local teacher Amy Semple is a breast cancer survivor and the youngest member of Survivors Abreast. She will be paddling in Peterborough's Dragon Boat Festival on June 10 in Del Crary Park.

Why she paddles: Amy Semple’s story

Amy explains why she is racing in Peterborough's Dragon Boat Festival on June 10 in Del Crary Park.
Toronto gritty Americana-roots trio The Sinners Choir (Terry Wilkins, Adam Beer-Colacino and Adam Warner) performs at The Ganny in Port Hope on Friday, June 10. (Photo: The Sinners Choir)

nightlifeNOW – June 8 to 14

Live music listings at pubs and clubs in Peterborough and The Kawarthas for the week of Thursday, June 8 to Wednesday, June 14
"Sentimental Journey", a B-17G Flying Fortress bomber, will be at the Peterborough Airport from July 10 to 16 during Flying Fortress Week. Flights on the plane are also available, but they start at $425 US per person ($850 if you want to sit in one of the bombardier seats shown above).

Tour a World War II heavy bomber at the Peterborough Airport

B-17 Flying Fortress bomber visits Peterborough Airport during Flying Fortress Week July 10 to 16.
Students from Peterborough's St. Paul and Immaculate Conception Catholic Elementary Schools working on "Canada Walking Forward", an art exhibit of 150 clay footprints of the students' own feet decorated to answer the question "What does Canada mean to you?". The exhibit is one of four student art exhibits that will be on display during Peterborough's four-day Canada 150 celebration from June 29 to July 2. (Photo: Canada 150th Committee)

Artwork from local elementary school students celebrates Canada’s 150th birthday

Four student art exhibits on display during Peterborough's 150 celebrations June 29 to July 2.

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