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.
The Don Skuce Memorial Music Collective, created to honour the late guitar luthier and former owner of Ed's Music Workshop in Peterborough (pictured), has announced the three winning songs of its inaugural song-writing contest to support Peterborough-area musicians. (Photo: Wayne Eardley)

Don Skuce Memorial Music Collective reveals three winning original songs by Peterborough musicians

Songs by Emily Burgess, The Colton Sisters, and The Marshas to be mixed and mastered in Los Angeles by Grammy award-winning producer Greg Wells.
Four vials of the Moderna COVID-19 vaccine during an immunization clinic at Fairhaven long-term care home in Peterborough on January 26, 2021. Almost all of the first shipment of 500 doses of the vaccine have been administered, with 409 residents of four long-term care homes immunized along with 43 home staff. (Photo courtesy of Peterborough Public Health)

Peterborough reports eighth COVID-19 death with 409 long-term care residents vaccinated so far

February 5th deadline to vaccinate all long-term care residents may be revised due to Moderna vaccine shipment delay.
Elizabeth Campbell, a 106-year-old resident at Fairhaven long-term care home in Peterborough, is the first person in the Peterborough area to receive a COVID-19 vaccine. The Moderna vaccine was administered on January 26, 2021 by Lori Rowsell, infection prevention and control practitioner at Fairhaven. (Photo: Peterborough Public Health)

First Peterborough vaccines administered Tuesday at Fairhaven long-term care home

Health unit's goal is to provide the first dose of Moderna vaccine to 1,100 residents at eight local long-term care homes by February 5 .
A child going to school while wearing a mask at a crosswalk. (Stock photo)

COVID-19 curve in Peterborough flattening as schools set to reopen on Monday

Positivity rate has dropped, but 90-year-old community resident has died after contracting virus from unknown source.
Shoppers line up outside Morello's Your Independent Grocer in Peterborough as the store controls capacity limits as required during the province-wide shutdown. Peterborough Public Health is urging residents to only leave their homes for essential reasons with January on track to see the most cases reported in a monthly period during the pandemic. (Photo: Bruce Head / kawarthaNOW.com)

Public health inspection ‘blitz’ of Peterborough grocery and big-box stores imminent

Focus so far has been on parks and public spaces; to date, two people have been charged for being in violation of provincial stay-at-home order.
Peterborough's medical officer of health Dr. Rosana Salvaterra is asking residents to try to reduce the number of trips outside the home during the stay-at-home order. For example, instead of making multiple trips to the grocery store during a week, make a single trip and stock up for the week. (Stock photo)

Peterborough health officials and politicians urge residents to ask ‘Do I need it now...

Medical officer of health cautions each trip outside the home poses a risk.
A vial of the Pfizer-BioNTech COVID-19 vaccine at Walter Reed National Military Medical Center in Bethesda, Maryland. (Photo: Lisa Ferdinando)

Long-term care residents in Peterborough region to receive first dose of vaccine by February...

Medical officer of health says first shipment of Pfizer vaccine expected to arrive by February 1 and will be stored at PRHC.
On January 29, 2021, Andy Tough's YouTube series Live! At The Barn will feature a tribute to guitarist Jimmy Deck, who passed away suddenly in December. The tribute will include an interview and one of Deck's solo performances. (Photo: Linda Tough)

Second series of ‘Live! At The Barn’ local music performances features tribute to late...

Other bands featured in Andy Tough's YouTube series recorded in Norwood include Rick & Gailie Band, Tungsten, High Waters Band, and Rob Phillips Trio.
J. Murray Jones was re-elected as warden of Peterborough County in December 2020. The 72-year-old Douro-Dummer Township mayor is entering his 10th year as county warden. (Photo: Peterborough County)

Whatever you do, don’t call Peterborough County Warden J. Murray Jones a politician

Recently re-elected, Jones talks about land annexation, relations with the City of Peterborough, his political future, and the one thing he detests above all else.
A consultant report to the City of Peterborough proposing historic Inverlea Park as a possible location for a fire hall prompted local residents to launch a "Save Inverlea Park" campaign. Northcrest Ward councillor and Peterborough Fire Services chair Andrew Beamer says City of Peterborough staff will be recommending to city council in January that the park be removed from the list of potential sites. (Photo: Bruce Head / kawarthaNOW.com)

City of Peterborough staff to recommend removing Inverlea Park from consideration as new fire...

Councillor and Peterborough Fire Services chair Andrew Beamer says historic park was on list because it had high scores for emergency response times.

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