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Cobourg Police get a new ride

Cobourg Police get a new ride

The Cobourg Police Service is taking a unique approach to help stop bullying. They unveiled their newly re-purposed anti-bullying vehicle at Notre Dame Elementary School on Tuesday. The cruiser has the words “STOP Bullying” emblazoned on it. The town says the cruiser has been sponsored by Highland Shores CAS, The Children’s Foundation for Hastings, Northumberland & Prince

Peterborough couple wins $1 million

A Peterborough couple won $1 million in the daily Encore draw on March 6th! Mary Richardson and Tim Noble plan to take a vacation in Mexico and to travel across Canada and the United States after winning a million dollars. They picked up their winnings on Tuesday at the Ontario Lottery and Gaming Prize Centre

2017 Cottage Life Show celebrates Canada’s 150th

  The Spring Cottage Life Show kicks off the season and celebrates Canada’s 150th birthday with a focus on preserving the natural beauty of cottage country. It’s the most wonderful time of the year for Ontario cottagers – when the mercury starts to rise, the grass begins to break through the soil and the Spring

If your heading to the Pete’s game this Saturday bring some extra cash for a good cause

  Special Olympics Ontario , The Peterborough Petes and Peterborough Police have partnered up for a great cause. A Special Olympics event is taking place during this Saturday’s Peterborough Petes game at the Memorial Centre. During the first period of the game uniformed members of the police service will be volunteering their time and tolling the crowd for

Innovative new program in Kawartha Lakes aims to keep most vulnerable out of jail and off the streets

The City of Kawartha Lakes Police Service and Ross Memorial Hospital have joined forces to help the most vulnerable members of the community. It’s called the Community Response Program. A specially trained mental health nurse and a police officer visit people who have been identified as having mental health concerns before those concerns become even

Good Samaritan turns in lost cash

A Christmas Miracle in Tillsonburg On Saturday December 24, 2016, a man went to the ATM machine located at The Bank of Montreal on Broadway Street in Tillsonburg. When went to use the machine and discovered over $250 dollars in Canadian currency left in the machine. The male told Police he remained at the machine