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Including the 2017 concert proceeds and a donation from Wild Rock Outfitters, the annual In From The Cold Christmas concert has now raised over $126,000 for youth and families since 2000. (Photo: Linda McIlwain / kawarthaNOW.com)

In From The Cold raises more than $16,000 for YES Shelter for Youth and...

Total includes $5,243 raised by Wild Rock Outfitters at special event in November.
Angler in boat

How the new year will affect your wallet

Municipal and provincial fee changes and new regulations come into effect on January 1, 2018.
Couple buying a bottle of wine in a liquor store

What’s open and closed over New Year’s

Holiday hours for 247 selected businesses, organizations, and services across the Kawarthas.
Many local pubs and clubs are ringing in the New Year with celebrations and live music. On Sunday, December 31, The Weber Brothers will be celebrating New Year's Eve and the release of their new CD "Patches" at The Red Dog in downtown Peterborough. (Photo: Rheal Doucette / Facebook)

nightlifeNOW – December 28 to January 3

Live music listings at pubs and clubs in Peterborough and The Kawarthas for the week of Thursday, December 28 to Wednesday, January 3.
McLean Berry Farm is one of the seven local vendors threatened with expulsion from the Peterborough Farmers' Market. McLean Berry Farm has sold its locally grown produce at the market for 27 years. (Photo: McLean Berry Farm / Facebook)

Seven local vendors threatened with expulsion from the Peterborough Farmers’ Market

Farmers' market board notice accuses the vendors, who have protested resellers at the market, of detrimental behaviour.
26-year-old Terrence Bradley died after being struck by a car in Minden on Christmas Eve. (Photo: Meagan McNally / GoFundMe)

26-year-old Minden man dies on Christmas Eve after being struck by a car

Terrence Bradley was walking home from his job at a local grocery store
Thermometer on snow showing extreme cold temperature of 20 below zeroExtreme cold

Extreme cold warning for the Kawarthas will continue until New Year’s Day

Arctic airmass continues to generate frigid conditions across central and eastern Ontario.
Woman on escalator with shopping bags

What’s open & closed over Christmas

Holiday hours for 246 selected businesses, organizations, and services across the Kawarthas.
Hillbilly boogie/rockabilly/swing dance band The Quickshifters (Clayton Yates on guitar, Johnny Wong on sax, Marcus Browne on drums, Rob Foreman on bass and vocals) are performing at The Ganny in Port Hope on Friday and Saturday night with a family-friendly matinee on Saturday afternoon (they also perform every Thursday night at Hot Belly Mama's in downtown Peterborough). (Photo: The Quickshifters / Facebook)

nightlifeNOW – December 21 to 27

Live music listings at pubs and clubs in Peterborough and The Kawarthas for the week of Thursday, December 21 to Wednesday, December 27.
Loblaw and Weston Bakeries, which produces several brands of bread including Country Harvest, have admitted they participated in an industry-wide arrangement to fix the price of some packaged breads between 2001 and 2015.

After fixing bread prices for 14 years, Loblaw is offering its customers a $25...

Some people on social media are suggesting donating the card to a local food bank.

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