Community

Two local performers take the virtual stage in B.C. in support of mental health

It’s been more than two years since two area touring performers have been able to tour.

Spooktacular homes decorated with Halloween spirit

Halloween is just around the corner and we’ve taken the time to document some of the spooky spirit some Lindsay homes have shown this year.

New Bloom retirement home breaks ground in Lindsay

The official ground-breaking ceremony was recently held to launch a retirement home in Lindsay. It’s the third retirement home under the Bloom banner in Ontario.

Are we there yet? Highway-based tourism in Kawartha Lakes

The Kirkfield & District Historical Society is embarking on an exciting project, according to a media release, funded by Digital Museums Canada.

The Life of Brenda O’Keefe

She contributed in many ways to her adopted community, including serving on council

Pedestrians walking to the north end of St. Paul Street will encounter a curious-looking house set back among the trees, just as the road curves to become Denniston Street. From one angle, the home resembles a typical suburban bungalow; from another, it evokes the look of a small cottage.

Your thoughts on the vaccine passport

We asked Kawartha Lakes residents how they felt about having to show proof of vaccination to enter some Ontario businesses and services. 

Diversity has created a richer experience for local businesses

There’s a common refrain in areas like this, where residents are mostly white, once the topic of diversity comes up.

“We just don’t have much diversity so it’s not a concern here.”

That is not the experience of everyone, though.