Sarah Deeth was born and raised in Oakville, Ontario. She studied history at Trent University, where she received a Bachelor of Arts, before enrolling in Sheridan College’s print journalism program.
She got her start as a reporter at The Timmins Daily Press before returning to Peterborough in 2005 to work at the Peterborough Examiner. For almost a decade she worked the cop and court desk, a beat she still enjoys covering.
Deeth made the jump from print to television in 2014, joining the team at CHEX Television.
An avid knitter, reader and adventurer, Sarah can be found on a hiking trail or lake when she’s not at work.
She collects vintage Nancy Drew novels and is the happy owner of Nemo, her cat, and Sheldon, her dog.
It’s a scam threatening residents with imminent arrest and the seizure of financial assets. Continue reading →
The local branch of CMHA is hoping Ride Don’t Hide raises thousands for the organization which officials say has been underfunded for almost a decade. Continue reading →
Peterborough’s Medical Officer of Health spoke at Wednesday’s breakfast meeting, talking opioids, pot and wage increases to a crowd of business owners and downtown workers. Continue reading →
Peterborough police say there have been 19 opioid-related deaths since Jan. 1, an alarming number considering there were 20 in all of 2017. Continue reading →
Saturday’s ice storm served as a reminder that winter isn’t quite finished with the Kawarthas yet, with poor road conditions leading to a drop in numbers at the Peterborough Garden Show. Continue reading →
Peterborough’s brightest young minds showed off their projects at the annual Peterborough Regional Science Fair. Continue reading →
A group of mothers is holding a fundraiser on May 10 to help the Peterborough Regional Health Centre buy a new electronic fetal heart monitor. Continue reading →
The YWCA Peterborough Haliburton received funding through a provincial grant to help its food security program. Continue reading →
Students from Catholic schools are putting problem-solving skills to the test at the 11th annual Ontario Mathematics Olympics. Continue reading →
The city is seeking input from the public as it looks to name the new public park that will be constructed at the corner of Simcoe and Aylmer streets. Continue reading →
A campaign is asking motorists to ‘pinky swear’ to keep their eyes on the road and their hands off their cellphones. Continue reading →
A Bewdley-area home was heavily damaged by a fire that broke out Thursday afternoon. The cause is still under investigation. Continue reading →
Students at Highland Heights Public School are asking the city for a crosswalk at a busy intersection near their school. Continue reading →
The Peterborough Kiwanis Music Festival is in full swing, with performances taking place across the city. Continue reading →
The City of Kawartha Lakes joins a growing list of municipalities that are putting burn bans in place as the region dries out. Continue reading →