Leal defends minimum wage hikes, Taylor boasts of Peterborough County being debt free during Power Hour event
Doug Ford takes a shot at Jeff Leal and vows to fight establishment during stop in Peterborough in bid for Ontario Progressive Conservative leadership
Peterborough This Week - Community
Huge crowd on hand in Lindsay to greet PC leadership candidate on province-wide tour
There are a variety of unique ways to make use of the space under your staircase, without making it into a drab, Harry Potter-like cave (we promise).
Some people like to spend months, or even years, planning a wedding. But for many people, that kind of length of time isn’t practical, and it takes too long. If you’re someone who’s recently engaged, and would like to get married in six months or less, more power to you. It’s actually easier than you think to plan a “quickie” wedding. Look at Megan Markle and Prince Harry.
Peterborough This Week - City Hall
Encroachment bylaw requires registration for docks placed on property owned by the City of Kawartha Lakes
It takes a lot of work to identify the source point of pollution, mayor says
Warmer water temperatures have some preferring to head east for a swim
An email sent to councillors says the city clerk must be aware and attend meetings which include the majority of council
City of Kawartha Lakes partners with Community Futures Development Program for new business loan program
Up to $1 million will be available for building improvements through two to three-year pilot project
Peterborough This Week - Crime
A 25-year-old Cavan resident is facing impaired driving and possession of marijuana charges following a traffic stop. Shortly after 1 a.m. on Thursday (Feb. 15), Peterborough Police Service say an officer on patrol in the area of Murray and Aylm
A 49-year-old Peterborough resident is facing charges including impaired driving following a Friday night (Feb. 16) traffic stop. At approximately 8:45 p.m. on Friday, Peterborough Police Service report that an officer on patrol in the area of Ch
A sentencing hearing for the teenager convicted of setting the fire at an Oakwood foster home that killed two people and injured another last year has been adjourned to next month. The 18-year-old was scheduled to appear at a hearing in Cobourg co
Northumberland News - Local
Critics latch onto perceived snub, costume changes, as Trudeau tours India
Tories will begin voting for a new leader on March 2
Flooding due to ice jam prompts state of emergency in Brantford, Ont.
Decision on whether Brown can run in Ontario Tory leadership race expected today
Northumberland News - Crime
COBOURG -- A Cobourg man has been charged with assault with a weapon, utter threats to a person and several firearms offences after officers responded to a report of an assault on Feb. 15.
The Northumberland OPP have arrested and charged two Port Hope residents with robbery and assault with a weapon, after responding to a call about people fighting at a local hotel.
The deputy chief of police in Port Hope says that people in the municipality are not being “defrauded left, right and centre,” as a recent report on the most dangerous places to live in Canada suggests.
Northumberland OPP weekend calls: Collisions on Hwy. 401 and Seymour Township break-in occupy police
NORTHUMBERLAND — The OPP in Northumberland County dealt with 129 incidents this past weekend, including responding to 11 motor vehicle collisions on Feb. 10 — nine of which occurred on Highway 401 due in large part to weather and road conditions.
COBOURG — On Dec. 19 the Cobourg Police Service began an investigation into an assault involving two suspects who kicked and punched the victim who sustained a broken cheek bone, orbital fracture and retina tear in the left eye and a retina hole in the right eye.
Stirling Community Press
Jaspal Atwal, a convicted former member of an illegal Sikh separatist group, was invited to dine with Prime Minister Justin Trudeau at a formal event hosted by the Canadian High Commissioner Thursday in Delhi.
More than two years after the election of a federal government that says it wants scientists to speak freely, more than half of federal scientists responding to a new poll say they still don’t feel they can.
Patrick Brown has been cleared to run for the leadership of the Ontario Progressive Conservatives, a job he previously held, the party revealed Wednesday afternoon.
You're probably reaching for them when you have a headache or when that old knee injury flares up. But over-the-counter pain relievers like ibuprofen and acetaminophen may be affecting your thoughts and emotions, too.
A 17-year-old student has been arrested after threatening to open fire at a California school, and his adult brother faces five charges after weapons were found in their home, authorities say.
Globe and Mail
The news of Jaspal Atwal’s involvement came just hours after the Canadian prime minister reassured the chief minister of Punjab that Canada supports a united India and condemns violent extremism.
The woman, who has been under restrictive bail conditions for three and a half years, will serve two years in a provincial facility and one year under community supervision.
Don Johnson says it's a "crazy world" as he's sentenced to life for the execution-style murder of two Toronto men.
Donald Trump has in the past struggled to strike the right tone of empathy in the wake of tragedies. On Wednesday, he brought a cheat sheet.
An airline's decision to reportedly remove a woman from a flight after she complained of menstrual cramps was an enormous overreaction but not all that surprising, writes Emma Teitel.