Under new provincial guidelines for casinos, only a maximum of 50 people are allowed inside and only slots will be available
Dan began his broadcasting career of more than 40 years in Lindsay, Ontario.
Since then he’s worked in Ottawa, Toronto, Charlottetown, Pembroke and Peterborough in radio, television and print media.
For a number of years Dan also taught broadcast journalism at Loyalist College in Belleville, Ontario.
What he loves most about his job is that every day is different.
When not at work he enjoys traveling, entertaining, watching crime dramas on TV and flying his drone.
Married with two grown children, Dan and his wife have four cats, three horses and two dogs.
Leigh Mauceri says her outdoor cat Carlos returned home two weeks ago with all of his hind claws removed.
Owner Charlie McDonald was served with an eviction notice on Friday, after the original owner of the building sold the property.
OPP discovered a deceased man outside a residence on Valley Road near Omemee on Tuesday afternooon.
Protesters gathered in in Peterborough on Wednesday morning near Trent University to show support for those who oppose the Coastal GasLink pipeline project in B.C.
Terrance Finn is charged with first-degree murder in the August 2018 shooting death of his wife Sandra. The trial
The union representing correctional officers at Warkworth Institution claims the prison has had 566 incidents deemed “acts of aggression” so far this year.
Wounded Warriors Canada offers programs for workplace-related trauma and operational stress injuries.
More than $250,000 worth of drugs were seized throughout central Ontario as part of the joint forces investigation.
In April, Karen Bagshaw was found guilty of numerous sex-related charges involving former students.
A report estimates that if funding cuts continue, Peterborough Regional Health Centre will be down 53 beds and 280 hospital staff in five years.
#ProjectONRoute will display a video ad at OnRoute sites across Ontario.
The beds would be available from 9 p.m. to 8 a.m. each night.
Around 30 tents have popped up in several locations around the city since Peterborough’s Warming Room homeless shelter closed on July 1.
Plans include forming an action committee to bid on a safe and supervised consumption and treatment site for the city.