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Thermometer showing a temperatures of 40 degrees Celsius. (Stock photo)

Environment Canada issues heat warning for the weekend

Unseasonably high temperatures and humidty expected to continue until next week.
The family-friendly Cultivate festival takes place September 22 to 24 at Memorial Park in downtown Port Hope, and features food and drink, live music, kids activities, education seminoars, an artisan marketplace, art, and more. (Photo: Cultivate / Facebook)

Celebrate local food, drink, music, art, and more at Cultivate this weekend

Annual festival runs September 22 to 24 at Memorial Park in Port Hope.
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Plan for delays as Highway 35 south of Lindsay closes for six weeks on...

Culvert replacement means traffic will be detoured using Mount Horeb Road and Highway 7.
Folk rock/punk singer-songwriter Skye Wallace performs on Friday, September 22 at the Historic Red Dog in downtown Peterborough, along with GTA-based blues/rock band Mayfly's Landing and Peterborough's own Broken Harmony. (Photo: Chet Tilokani)

nightlifeNOW – September 21 to 27

Live music listings at pubs and clubs in Peterborough and The Kawarthas for the week of Thursday, September 21 to Wednesday, September 27.
The Traditional County Fair at Lang Pioneer Village Museum in Keene on Sunday, September 24th will celebrate Canada 150+ and the 50th anniversary of the museum and will also feature the grand opening of the Peterborough County Agricultural Heritage Building, pictured here during construction. (Photo: Peterborough County)

What’s new from the Kawartha Chamber of Commerce & Tourism – September 20, 2017

Featuring Buckhorn Hop, Bridgenorth Public Info Session, Traditional County Fair at Lang Pioneer Village, and more.
The Peterborough Chamber of Commerce's annual business trade show, LoveLocalPtbo Business Expo, takes place on Wednesday, September 27th from noon to 7 p.m. at the Morrow Building in Peterborough, with more than 110 local businesses participating. As well as the Networking Cafe, the event features the Holistic Health and Wellness Zone, The Start and Grow Zone, The Innovation Zone, and The Green Business Zone. New to the Green Business Zone this year is the Water Wagon, where attendees can refill their water bottles for free. (Photo: Peterborough Chamber of Commerce)

Connect with your local business community at LoveLocalPtbo Business Expo on September 27

More than 110 exhibitors in health and wellness, energy, technology, professional services, finance, media, and more.
Vancouver-based arts company Hong Kong Exile will perform NINEEIGHT and Room 2048 at the Market Hall in Peterborough on September 21, the first presentation of Public Energy's 2017-18 season. (Photo: Remi Theriault)

Public Energy kicks off its 24th season with a double bill of cutting-edge multimedia...

Hong Kong Exile performs NINEEIGHT and Room 2048 on September 21 at Peterborough's Market Hall.
Shari Keys-Williams and George Eliadis were killed on July 15 after a car crossed the centre line and hit a group of motorcyclists. Both leave behind children. (Photo: Shari Keys-Williams / Facebook)

Unlicensed driver charged in death of two motorcyclists in Haliburton in July

George Eliadis and Shari Keys-Williams were killed on July 15 after their motorcycles were hit by a car.
Police car lights. (Stock photo)

Woman killed by tractor trailer while crossing Highway 7 near Peterborough

Accident closed down highway between Burnham and Drummond Line for four hours on Sunday night.
Breast cancer survivor Amy Semple (fourth from left) joins Mohan Joshi, pharmacist/owner of the Shoppers Drug Mart at High Street and Lansdowne in Peterborough, and his team to celebrate the kickoff of the 2017 Shoppers Drug Mart Growing Women's Health Campaign. Proceeds from this year's campaign (on now until October 6th) will support the Peterborough Regional Health Centre (PRHC) Foundation's $1.9 million effort to fund three new state-of-the-art mammography machines for PRHC's Breast Assessment Centre. (Photo: PRHC Foundation)

Shoppers Drug Mart raising funds for mammography machines at Peterborough Regional Health Centre

Customers can make a donation at any of four Shoppers locations in Peterborough until October 6.

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