9 hrs ago
Crestwood celebrates 50 years this weekend
It's been more than 30 years since Sharla Trudell has seen some of her former Crestwood Secondary School classmates.
13 hrs ago
The Globe and Mail
Trent University alumni starting to reclaim a past that's been trashed
Alumni Rob Tuckerman's newly created Champlain chair nods to the exquisite midcentury furniture that once was common at Trent University.
17 hrs ago
$17,000 plus for Peterborough Cares
Peterborough Cares organizers and representatives of the benefitting agencies gathered at The Brick Friday to reveal the event's final tally of more than $17,000. Todd Vandonk The Victoria Day weekend Peterborough Cares fundraising initiative saw more than $17,000 collected for three separate causes.
18 hrs ago
Weekend Wanderings | Concert series back at Riverview
While it doesn't garner quite the attention given Peterborough MusicFest, the summer concert series at the Riverview Park and Zoo Gazebo is well worth a look-see. Why? Well, besides a varied music lineup over the next three months, the price is right.
23 hrs ago
the Police Beat: May 24 crime news from Peterborough-Lakefield police
Possession of stolen property arrest: On May 22, members of the Peterborough-Lakefield police's High Risk Unit, along with members of the Street Crime Unit, executed a search warrant at a south-end residence and located a stolen cell hone from the Bethune Street home invasion, April 27.
23 hrs ago
Take a look inside Canada's greenest home
Canada's Greenest Home 1. Chris Magwood, who runs the Endeavour Centre, sits on the porch of a new house he built with a group of the centre's sustainable building students.
What's on | Friday, May 24
AMSTERDAM STAFF BAND: Touring Salvation Army band in concert, Peterborough Salvation Army Temple, 219 Simcoe St., 7:30 p.m., tickets $15, 705-743-3131 or 705-743-8434 THE DONNY WOODS BAND: At The Tankhouse, 295 George St.
Thu May 23, 2013
Canadian heavy hauler wins SC&RA's Hauling Job of the Year Award
Precision Specialized Division has received the Specialized Carriers & Rigging Association's Hauling Job of the Year Award.
Ground search for Lorraine Roach resumes Thursday
The ground search for a woman missing since May 11 has resumed today . The search was suspended Wednesday as Peterborough County OPP interviewed possible witnesses.
Wed May 22, 2013
Jumpstart Day at Canadian Tire on Saturday
You can help a child participate in sports by making a donation during the fifth annual Jumpstart Day on Saturday .
Tue May 21, 2013
What's on | Tuesday, May 21
WYLIE HAROLD: At the Black Horse, 450 George St. N., 7 p.m. AGE OF DAYS: At the Historic Red Dog, 189 Hunter St.
the Police Beat: May 21 crime news from Peterborough-Lakefield police
Break and Enter arrest: Sometime between April 20 and May 4, the three accused broke into a student residence on Wilfred Drive.
Nursing home abuse incident not isolated, say experts
After the release of shocking video of an elderly woman with dementia being subjected to abuse and humiliation at a southern Ontario long-term care facility, many are saying the incident is far from isolated.
Mon May 20, 2013
Hidden camera nails care home workers
Four employees of an Ontario long-term care facility have been suspended and two investigations have been launched, after a concerned man installed a hidden camera in his mother's room and captured shocking video of neglect and abuse.
Sat May 18, 2013
What's on | Saturday, May 18
RELLY ON THE ROOF CONCERT: Terry Guiel, Jan Schoute, Bruce Francis, Ryan and Sam Weber, Elyse Saunders, Rick & Gailie Young, Clayton Middleton and Jasher Guiel perform at annual fundraiser for Habitat For Humanity outside The Brick, Lansdowne Street West, 1 p.m. CHARLEY PRIDE: Country music legend in concert, Peterborough Memorial Centre, 3 p.m., ... (more)
Fri May 17, 2013
Anarchists claim responsibility for torching 'yuppie development' in East Van
A U.S. media blog caused a frenzy Thursday after alleging Toronto mayor Rob Ford was caught on video smoking crack cocaine.
Turtle hit by car airlifted 400 km for medical care
Injured turtle Porter suffered extensive facial injuries but is recovering at the Kawartha Turtle Trauma Centre in Peterborough, Ont.
Sandra Nichols' 'Dead Mentors' is Released
In her new novel "Dead Mentors" author Sandra Nichols explores the theme of self-awareness by creating a story of hope, perseverance and ultimate success.
John Craig: Rediscovering a local author
Christ Church Community Museum was host on Wednesday evening, May 8, to an engaging talk by Dr.