There are now 1,491 resolved cases (four more since Thursday), which make up 96.4 per cent of the 1,546
Greg Davis is a videographer/online journalist with Global News Peterborough.
Prior to joining CHEX TV in November 2010, he spent more than a dozen years as a reporter/photographer/editor at several newspapers including The Humber Log in Corner Brook, N.L., The Daily Press in Timmins, Ont. and The Peterborough Examiner, earning a number of awards for his stories and photos.
Greg grew up in the small town of Port aux Basques, N.L., and earned a Bachelor of Arts degree from Memorial University. Afterwards, he earned a honours journalism diploma from Canadore College in North Bay, Ont. and completed an internship at CTV Halifax.
Throughout his career, Greg has covered a wide variety of topics – from tragedy to triumph. Interviewing boyhood idol Mark Messier tops his list of memorable moments.
When he’s not busy with his wife and two young children he enjoys camping, poker and cheering on his beloved Edmonton Oilers (despite enduring years of mockery).
Aound 10 a.m. Thursday officers responded to a break and enter at a business on Hunter Street West.
Police say a vehicle reported stolen reversed in a parking lot and struck a police cruiser before speeding away.
Peterborough police say their investigation evolved into a provincial organized crime investigation and identified victims across Ontario and Alberta.
The COVID-19 outbreak at the Central East Correctional Centre in Lindsay is down to four active cases among inmates.
The new recruits have backgrounds in pediatrics, surveillance and security.
Officers executed a search warrant on Tuesday at a residence on Old Hastings Road in Wollaston Township and say they recovered a number of stolen items.
Haliburton Highlands OPP responded to a single-vehicle crash on Gelert Road, just south of Haliburton, on Wednesday.
Each tour will accommodate a family group of up to 10 people, however, many of the zoo’s amenities still remain closed.
About 72 per cent of adults age 18 and older have received their first COVID-19 vaccine dose compared to 29 per cent for youth age 12-17.
The COVID-19 outbreak at the Central East Correctional Centre in Lindsay had up to 146 active cases among inmates at its peak in late May.
Otonabee Conservation has issued a Level 1 low water condition for the region after experiencing the fourth driest May on record,
Nearly 4,000 homes and businesses in Bobcaygeon will be able to connect to natural gas for the first time thanks to $68,029,650 from Ontario’s Natural Gas Expansion Program.
Peter Blodgett’s donation brings the humane society’s fundraising goal to $7.6 million for the $10-million animal care centre being built on Technology Drive.
Police are responding to reports of a black bear seen roaming in the north end of Lindsay on Thursday morning.