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Police warning of paving fraud

As the weather continues to get warmer, some residents may be looking to have their driveways repaved which could set them up to be scammed. The Ontario Provincial Police says fraudsters are "persistent, persuasive, and, sometimes, aggressive" hoping to trick you into using their services. Brooklyn Harker, media relations for the...

TLDSB student wins three public speaking competitions 

A Trillium Lakelands District School Board student is being recognized for her wins in the Royal Canadian Legion’s Public Speaking Competitions.  Officials say Huntsville High School (HHS) Grade 12 student Carolyn Yungblut took home first place in three levels of the competition, with her speech about health, wellness, and fitness...

OPP investigating graffiti at Haliburton County school 

Police are looking for the people behind two graffiti incidents at an educational facility in the county.  In pictures shared by Haliburton Highlands OPP, two doors at a school were vandalised sometime over the past week.  Officials are asking anyone with information on the mischief to call the detachment at 1-888-310-1122...

Musical cancer support fundraiser running Friday at Haliburton Legion 

A musical event is drumming up funds to keep cancer support care free in the community.  No One Dances Alone starts 5:30 p.m. Friday at the Haliburton Legion in support of the Abbey Retreat Centre.  Executive Director Barb Smith-Morrison says the lineup includes singer-songwriter Albert Saxby, funk-reggae group priMates, hard-rocker Carl...

HKPR issues opioid overdose alert 

The Haliburton, Kawartha, Pine Ridge District Health Unit has issued an opioid overdose alert.  Officials say it comes after a “notable increase” in suspected opioid drug poisonings in the City of Kawartha Lakes.   The alert flags the issue for community partners and first responders and triggers enhanced outreach efforts, as...

OPP warns to protect vision during eclipse 

Ahead of Monday’s total solar eclipse, Central Region OPP is reminding residents to protect their vision.  Officials warn that looking directly at the sun, even during a total eclipse, can cause serious and permanent damage to your eyes. That includes looking through normal sunglasses, telescopes, binoculars, and camera or phone...
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