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.
Thomas took on two other competitors, coming out on top after tipping back four carb-filled bowls Thursday afternoon. Continue reading →
The city announced Wednesday morning that the distribution arm of Peterborough’s electric company has been sold to Hydro One following years of negotiations. Continue reading →
The hot, humid weather followed by nights of gentle rain has created some great conditions for growing fruits and vegetables. Continue reading →
Emergency workers responded to a near-drowning and a motorcycle crash, while the local Coast Guard branch in Cobourg was called on to help a stranded sailboat. Continue reading →
The fourth annual street festival highlights active transportation, closing the street to traffic. Up to 11,000 people were expected to attend. Continue reading →
Eight doctors paired up with local chefs for the Incredible Doctor Cook-Off to raise money for the Campbellford Memorial Hospital Foundation. Continue reading →
Bike Night takes place each week during the summer, teaching riders of all ages and levels new skills. Continue reading →
All were former employees at Westclox, the East City facility which has since shut its doors. Continue reading →
Thousands turned out to see the iconic ’80s band Flock of Seagulls take the stage, minus the over-the-top hair-dos. Continue reading →
The evening inspires a sense of nostalgia, and also raises money for Peterborough Legion Branch 52. Continue reading →
Peterborough city council asks staff to take another look at the project, citing it’s ballooning cost. Continue reading →
Parents were given one week’s notice that the village’s only licenced day care facility was shutting down; though a new provider will take over the centre Monday, many say they’ve lost faith in the system. Continue reading →
Peterborough Police Chief Murray Rodd is handing in his badge at the end of the week, wrapping up a 35-year career in policing. Continue reading →
Parents of the Minden daycare’s 50 children found out late Friday afternoon that the centre was closing its doors. Continue reading →
The pair were planning on heading to a two-day fibre festival to sell their in-house yarn, but were told by U.S. customs that they didn’t have a work visa; Their pictures were taken, each woman was fingerprinted and they were refused entry into the U.S. Continue reading →