New Bobcaygeon library branch opens soon, doubles in size

Kawartha Lakes Public Library is pleased to announce the opening of the new Bobcaygeon Library Branch and Municipal Service Centre on Monday Nov. 14.

Ghosts, aliens and UFOs of Kawartha Lakes

Kawartha Lakes has its share of things that go boo in the night, streak across the sky or appear in human form from another planet.

More high speed internet for local rural areas

The Ontario Government, is investing over $30 million as part of a combined $56 million funding package that will enable Bell and Cogeco to expand access to reliable high-speed internet for thousands of households.

Lacey Ball on being too busy for downtime, helping the downtown and being down with Walmart

Lunch with Roderick Benns: Conversations with interesting people in Kawartha Lakes

It’s hard to get Lacey Ball to talk about anything other than work.

Library looks to fill eight vacant board positions

As the city looks to fill all its board, council committees and task forces for the next council term, the library board will also be recruiting eight new volunteer trustees this month.

Kawartha Lakes mourns the passing of David Murray, former Warden of Victoria County

David Murray, former Warden of Victoria County, passed away peacefully in his home on Friday October 7.

Disability in Kawartha Lakes: A century of raising awareness

Just in Time local history series

In 1900, a letter from Samuel Suddaby, clerk of Somerville Township, crossed the desk of George Lytle, publisher of the Lindsay Watchman-Warder.