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.
A proud Newfoundlander, Greg grew up in the small town of Port aux Basques and earned a Bachelor of Arts degree in English 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, cheering on his beloved Edmonton Oilers (despite enduring years of mockery) and playing with his dog.
A case of COVID-19 has been confirmed at St. Peter Catholic Secondary School in Peterborough, Ont., the principal announced Thursday. Continue reading →
In recognition of the company’s support, a dog adoption kennel at the new centre will bear the Havelock Metal name, the humane society said. Continue reading →
Health officials say the case does not pose a risk to other students and staff at St Paul Catholic Elementary School. Continue reading →
OPP clocked a vehicle travelling 158 km/h hour in a posted 100 km/h zone on Hwy. 115. Continue reading →
As of Wednesday, there are now four confirmed cases among staff from the Tim Hortons in Colborne. Continue reading →
Peterborough police have made more than 30 additional arrests for impaired driving so far in 2020 compared to 2019. Continue reading →
In both incidents, dogs suffered serious injuries. Continue reading →
One student and one staff member at the school have tested positive for COVID-19. Continue reading →
The collision occurred on Line 7 near the hamlet of Campbellcroft. Continue reading →
According to the Kawartha Pine Ridge District School Board’s update, there is one confirmed case at the high school, which remains open. Continue reading →
On Tuesday, the health unit also reported one new case in the City of Kawartha Lakes — the 200th for the municipality since the pandemic was declared in March. Continue reading →
OPP responded to an incident at a residence on Highway 62 in Bancroft. Continue reading →
Four adults and a youth from Trenton, Marmora and Trent Hills were arrested in the investigation. Continue reading →
‘All testing has been completed and we are pleased to share that all the results are negative,’ said Sara Forsey, Cameco’s manager of public and government affairs. Continue reading →
Another resident case was declared resolved on Monday, Fairhaven reports. Continue reading →