Authors Articles by Paul Rellinger

Articles by Paul Rellinger

Paul Rellinger
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Paul Rellinger a.k.a Relly is an award-winning journalist and longtime former newspaper editor still searching for the perfect lead. When he's not putting pen to paper, Paul is on a sincere but woefully futile quest to own every postage stamp ever issued. A rabid reader of history, Paul claims to know who killed JFK but can't say out of fear for the safety of his oh so supportive wife Mary, his three wonderful kids and his three spirited grandchildren. Paul counts among his passions Peterborough's rich live music scene, the Toronto Maple Leafs, slopitch and retrieving golf balls from the woods. You can follow Paul on Twitter at @rellywrites.
A combination lock on a school locker. (Stock photo)

Adam Scott students who tested positive for COVID-19 know each other and all three...

Peterborough's Medical Officer of Health says contact tracing has resulted in 40 people directed to self-isolate.
A cottage on a lake at night. (Stock photo)

Ontario cottagers brace for hydro bill shock as Ontario Energy Board upholds order to...

Different Hydro One rate classification will see an estimated 84,000 cottage owners paying up to $1,000 a year more for hydro.
Chief Scott Gilbert of the Peterborough Police Service donating blood in July 2020. Canadian Blood Services in Peterborough has more than 400 open appointments in September and October. (Photo: Canadian Blood Services Peterborough / Twitter)

The pandemic hasn’t changed the urgent need for blood donations in Peterborough

Safety protocols are in full effect at Canadian Blood Services in Peterborough as over 400 appointment times need to be filled.
Ida Brown is again presenting performance events at The Keene Centre for the Arts, located at the historic former Keene Methodist Church that she and her husband Matt Pukarowski purchased in 2018 and transformed into performing arts space. With a plexiglass shield in place to separate performers from the audience, and with other health and safety protocols in place, Brown is bringing live music, comedy, and more to the venue. (Photo courtesy of The Keene Centre for the Arts)

The Keene Centre for the Arts is back with COVID-safe live music and more

Ida Brown's dream of running her own performance arts space continues at the historic former Keene Methodist Church.
Some of the reasons why people are participating in this year's Ovarian Cancer Walk of Hope on September 13, 2020. Because of the pandemic, there will be no group walk but registered participants will walk around their neigbourhoods in their social circles and there will be a livestreamed event on Facebook. In Peterborough, leading up to the virtual walk on Sunday, there will also be virtual arts workshops, a cupcake sale, and a porch decorating contest. In addition, Paul Plant will be carrying his canoe through downtown Peterborough on Sunday with volunteers collecting donations. (Graphic: Ovarian Cancer Canada)

Peterborough Ovarian Cancer Walk of Hope returns September 13 with some changes due to...

This year's event features pre-walk fundraisers, a Facebook livestream, individual walks, and Paul Plant carrying his canoe through downtown Peterborough.
Ray Henderson in 2017 in Peterborough. (Photo source: Facebook)

Ray Henderson makes his first court appearance in connection with alleged 2013 sexual assault

Former Peterborough actor and director will make next court appearance October 14.
Chemong Shores Marina in Bridgenorth, which is adjacent to the James A. Gifford Causeway, has seen a large number of people this summer fishing from the bottom of the causeway beside, casting their lines between the large boats moored at the main pier. Not only can errant hooks snag on boat covers and cause damage, but owners are uncomfortable staying on their boats at night with so many people in close proximity. Several boat owners are no longer using the marina because of the issues, resulting in lost business for the marina. The anglers are also leaving their garbage behind. (Photo: Google Maps)

Fishing day and night off the James A. Gifford Causeway results in lost business...

Chemong Shores Marina owner appeals for a fishing ban along causeway section bordering his pier, as an increase in littering adds to his frustration.
Andy Tough's new Live! At The Barn music performance video series, recorded and produced at the Norwood-area barn-turned-recording studio he owns with his wife Linda, debuts on YouTube on August 21, 2020. Local rock and county band Gunslingers (pictured) will kick off the series, with four other bands each featured on four successive Fridays. Viewers will have an opportunity to donate to each band. (Photo courtesy of Andy Tough)

Support local musicians by watching Live! At The Barn, premiering August 21 on YouTube

Live performances by five Peterborough-area acts recorded at Andy and Linda Tough's barn recording studio provide the opportunity to help out each band .
Local band Out On Bail (from left: Richard Simpkins, John Climenhage, Wylie Harold, and Wayne C'Connor) performs one of several numbers at Andy and Linda Tough's barn north of Norwood. The band is one of a number being featured as part of the "Live! At The Barn" series of shows recorded and presented by RMS Events and sponsored by Team vanRahan Century 21. Vidoes of the performances, along with inteviews with the musicians, will coming to YouTube starting August 21, 2020. (Photo: Paul Rellinger / kawarthaNOW.com)

Norwood couple makes their recording studio barn available so local musicians can perform together...

With help from sponsor Team vanRahan Century 21, Andy and Linda Tough of RMS Events are recording 'Live! At The Barn' sessions for YouTube.
Kelly and Martin Carbajal opened La Mesita Restaurante in downtown Peterborough in November 2017, shortly after the couple married. When their restaurant was shut down to due the pandemic, the Carbajals gave back to the community by securing sought-after items such as flour, yeast, and toilet paper from their suppliers and delivering them to family, friends, and customers. Now they're partnering with next-door neighbour The Garnet on a joint patio that benefits both businesses. (Photo: Martin Carbajal / Facebook)

‘Never stop and never give up’ say owners of La Mesita Restaurante in downtown...

After giving back to the community when much-needed items were in short supply, owners Martin and Kelly Carbajal are now partnering with The Garnet on a joint patio.

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