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The bald eagle is a species of special concern in Ontario. (Photo: Province of Ontario)

Provincial government seeks help finding person who destroyed bald eagle’s nest

Active nest was located on island in Buckhorn Lake north of Peterborough.
Artspace has issued a call for proposals for a new mural to be located at 378 Aylmer Street in Peterborough, the building housing both Artspace and Peterborough GreenUP. The mural will face the parking lot of the Greyhound bus terminal on Simcoe Street. (Photo: Artspace)

Artspace seeking proposals for new mural on Alymer Street in downtown Peterborough

Information session on mural project will be held on July 5 at Artspace.
18 dogs and cats from Big Trout Lake First Nation north of Thunder Bay will be available for adoption in Peterborough. Pictured is Jeff Day, Executive Director of Community Futures of Peterborough, who travelled to the community to participate in a spay-neuter clinic. (Photo: Peterborough Humane Society)

18 dogs and cats from northern Ontario available for adoption in Peterborough

Peterborough Humane Society brings pets from Big Trout Lake First Nation north of Thunder Bay.
47-year-old Éric Labelle of St-Colomban, Québec, in a 2011 Facebook photo. Labelle, who worked for Expertech on behalf of Bell Canada, was electrocuted and died on July 3 in Peterborough after equipment came into contact with power lines. (Photo: Éric Labelle / Facebook)

Electrocuted utility worker identified as Éric Labelle of Quebec

47-year-old father of four died on July 3 while working for Bell Canada.
Cold case: Karen Anne Woodcock was found murdered on July 1, 1973 and her killer has never been arrested. (Photo: Ontario Provincial Police)

Police still seeking tips in 44-year-old murder of Karen Anne Woodcock in Peterborough

Mother of seven was found dead on July 1, 1973 and her case remains unsolved.
An inspector with Peterborough Public Health sampling water quality at a local beach. (Photo: Peterborough Public Health)

The Beach Report for June 30, 2017

Water quality testing results for beaches in Peterborough, Kawartha Lakes, Haliburton, and Northumberland.
Forrest the cat prior to his surgery at Sherbrooke Heights Animal Hospital earlier today. Forrest had to have his leg amputated because of extensive damage caused by a bullet, and the Peterborough Humane Society is still seeking donations to cover the cost of Forrest's surgey and care. (Photo: Peterborough Humane Society)

Forrest the cat is recovering after a successful surgery

Peterborough Humane Society still seeking donations for the stray cat, who had his leg amputated after being shot.
Our mobile-friendly list of holiday hours for businesses and services in Peterborough, Kawartha Lakes, Northumberland, Haliburton and more.

What’s open and closed on the Canada Day long weekend

Holiday hours for 249 selected businesses, organizations, and services across the Kawarthas.
Detail of the photo captured by an Orgne air ambulance flight crew on June 28. (Photo: Ornge / Twitter)

Check out this patriotic maple leaf in a field

Ornge air ambulance crew took photo when flying back from Peterborough.
Singer and guitarist Emily Burgess, seen here with Ryan Weber in The Weber Brothers Band in 2015, performs with her band on Friday, June 30th and Saturday, July 1st at The Ganny in Port Hope. (Photo: Linda McIlwain / kawarthaNOW)

nightlifeNOW – June 29 to July 5

Live music listings at pubs and clubs in Peterborough and The Kawarthas for the week of Thursday, June 29 to Wednesday, July 5.

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