Win This Space entrepreneurial contest for free downtown Peterborough store space returns for a second year
Peterborough This Week - Community
Joseph and Jane Jardine of Bridgenorth won $708,536.80 in the Aug. 12 LOTTARIO draw. They won a further $2 with ENCORE to bring their winnings up to $708,538.80. The winning ticket was purchased at Causeway Variety in Ennismore.
The Canadian Festival of Spoken Word brings dozens of wordsmiths to the city Oct. 22 to 28
Music Peterborough is reaching out to the Peterborough music community and associated stakeholders through an afternoon of public consultation. The newly re-founded committee hopes to initiate conversation on the needs of our music scene and to seek
The new luxury direction of BMW will be showcased in Toronto to the public for the next two weeks.
The previous contest led to finalist Tiny Greens to open on George Street, with many runners up following suit
Peterborough This Week - City Hall
Despite an independent facilitator’s recommendations, Daryl Bennett will resume his work on the Police Services Board
SUNDERLAND — A proposal to add 61 more homes to a planned subdivision near Sunderland’s fairgrounds was approved by Brock Township’s planning committee Monday night (Oct. 16), raising the ire of dozens of community supporters who showed up for a spe
The Police Services Board chair says over the next three years, a big transformation in policing will be taking place
LINDSAY — The Kawartha Lakes Police Service figures it will end up costing the city just more than $8.1 million in 2018, up 4.25 per cent over this year.
FENELON FALLS — The city’s newest beachfront splash pad may be in Fenelon Falls, but it’s an attraction that benefits the whole municipality, says Mayor Andy Letham.
Peterborough This Week - Crime
A summary of Peterborough provincial court convictions from Sept. 23 to Oct. 3
PETERBOROUGH — A 14-year-old Peterborough has been arrested following an incident Oct. 13. Peterborough Police Service report that the boy is currently on conditions to have no communication with another teenage boy. He is also to keep the peace
PETERBOROUGH — A 16-year-old Peterborough teen has been charged with assault following a Friday (Oct. 13) afternoon incident. According to Peterborough Police Service, shortly after noon on Oct. 13, the victim, a male teenager, and a friend were w
CAVAN-MONAGHAN — Peterborough Police Service have arrested a Cavan Monaghan Township man after allegedly punched another man a number of times. Peterborough police report that the incident took place on Oct. 6. A 42-year-old man and a man in his
PETERBOROUGH — A 58-year-old Peterborough man has been charged with assault following a Monday night (Oct. 16) domestic dispute. Peterborough Police Service say on Monday night the man and a woman were involved in an argument while at a Peterborou
Northumberland News - Local
Northumberland News - Crime
A taxi has gone missing in an early morning break and enter.
Police found 420,000 doses of carfentanil when they raided a Pickering home last month.
Nearly ten years after she murdered, those closest to Rachel Russell still don’t know who killed her or why she was murdered.
Stirling Community Press
Foreign Affairs Minister Chrystia Freeland has accused the United States of trying to undermine the North American Free Trade Agreement, calling its list of unconventional proposals 'troubling.'
'Typical inertia': Liberals failing to crack down on crooked immigration consultants, opposition says
Opposition MPs are accusing the Liberal government of failing to protect immigrants from predators and fraudsters as it swings Canada's door open to more immigrants.
Gravitational waves have led scientists to something they’ve never seen before — the collision of two exotic objects called neutron stars. Here are some amazing things about that discovery.
The Dow Jones Industrial Average briefly breached the 23,000 mark for the first time on Tuesday, powered by strong earnings from UnitedHealth Group and Johnson & Johnson.
Waterfront Toronto has announced that Sidewalk Labs, Google’s city-building sister company, will be its partner in creating a new tech-focused neighbourhood on the eastern Toronto waterfront.
Globe and Mail
Evening Update newsletter: Bombardier CEO confident Airbus deal will resolve Boeing trade row; Morneau chose not to establish blind trust, ethics watchdog says
Show up to school like that? Take your pick from Teletubby, Olaf or this here mailman costume, smartass.
The finance minister took a stab at tax fairness and somehow may have pushed his political career to the brink.
Public hearings begin Thursday, passage expected next week for fast-tracked Bill 163.
The potential usefulness — and business — of a station like Lawrence East will depend on two things — the cost of a fare and the number of TTC buses feeding passengers into the station.
Ontario government ignored health warnings from its own engineers about Sarnia’s Chemical Valley, report claims
A report comes to light after an investigation by journalists, including the Star, into a pattern of potentially-dangerous leaks and secrecy in Sarnia’s Chemical Valley.