Business

Local businesses optimistic, hopeful they will bounce back

Like most small business owners, Rebekah McCracken had no idea her popular Hamilton Creek ladies clothing store in downtown Lindsay… Continue reading “Local businesses optimistic, hopeful they will bounce back”

Castle Keep a casualty of COVID-19 ‘perfect storm’

Castle Keep a casualty of COVID-19’s ‘perfect storm’

On March 17, the Ontario government declared a state of emergency from COVID-19 – and that’s when Graham Bashford’s reality… Continue reading “Castle Keep a casualty of COVID-19’s ‘perfect storm’”

A and A Detailing for the hygeine-conscious customer

Amanda and Aaron founded A and A Detailing in April 2015. They credit most of their success to delivering a… Continue reading “A and A Detailing for the hygeine-conscious customer”

Ruralwave and Kawartha Cable Internet merge

Ruralwave, a recognized leader in rural broadband, according to a press release, today announced the merger of Ruralwave and Kawartha… Continue reading “Ruralwave and Kawartha Cable Internet merge”

Local news more essential than ever: A message from the publisher

As journalists, we tend to see our community in stories. With the COVID-19 pandemic, we’re more aware than ever that… Continue reading “Local news more essential than ever: A message from the publisher”

FanSaves: How you can help local businesses right now

With local businesses forced to close or reduce their hours amid the COVID-19 pandemic, the newly launched FanSaves Helps Gift… Continue reading “FanSaves: How you can help local businesses right now”

Kawartha Care offering virtual care for free until April 15

Kawartha Care in Lindsay is offering virtual care and has been okayed by many insurance companies to go ahead and treat… Continue reading “Kawartha Care offering virtual care for free until April 15”