A Sunday morning fire destroyed a home in Ennismore and claimed the family’s pet dog.
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Part of the proceeds will go towards the Peterborough Lakers Alumni Association, which helps support lacrosse programs in the city.
The rally began at noon at Millennium Park and saw participants march to the Peterborough Police Service station and Confederation Square.
Peterborough paramedics have been assisting Peterborough Public Health, Peterborough Regional Health Centre and other health-care providers by conducting in-home tests for COVID-19.
Family and friends of Wade Hartin say they are still searching for answers after he was killed while working at a ski resort near Uxbridge.
While Christmas trees, lights, candles and other holiday decorations can add a festive touch to your home, they can also be fire hazards if not looked after properly.
The Ontario Minor Hockey Association is investigating the alleged incident at an arena in Millbrook.
Fire crews say two men helped an elderly man escape a smoke-filled room at the Trentwinds International Centre and Motor Hotel.
The city is currently updating its official plan. Mayor Therrien says the new play will provide more flexibility with development.
After the recent closure of a local homeless shelter, many displaced people in Peterborough have turned to camping on municipal property.
The government of Canada is investing $71.1 million in the next stage of a proposal for high-frequency rail service from Quebec City to Toronto.
The Downtown Business Improvement Area is partnering with Peterborough Public Health and PARN to provide naloxone kits at no cost to downtown businesses.
The pebble mosaic near the Otonabee River is part of the Countdown Public Art Legacy Project, which began in 2016 and features eight pebble mosaics across the province to date.
Two local organizations that help the homeless and poor say that since last July, there have been 50 suspected overdoses at their facilities.
The Haliburton Highlands Detachment of the Ontario Provincial Police say the man was pronounced dead at the scene.