Three women are planning a protest outside the Shelter of Hope in the coming weeks.
Brrrr! How’s that for some cold weather?
Organizers of the 2015 Bowl For Kids Sake are out to make this annual Big Brothers Big Sisters of Northumberland bigger than ever.
Plans to create a naturalized trail on the former Cobourg Matting and Carpet Works property are the subject of an informal Feb. 12 open house.
Cobourg Harbour was completely ice-covered last week. There should be lots of gulls roosting on the ice. Where were they?
Patient care co-ordinators of most Community Care Access Centres in Ontario could be on strike as early as Friday.
This coming Monday the media will undoubtedly be full of stories about Wiarton Willie and other famous rodents.
This is the second in a series of stories about Northumberland County's $100-million budget for 2015 which was recently passed by county council.
Earth is increasingly more hostile to human life. Are we even capable of connecting to the gravity of this discovery anymore?
Time marches on as we head to the spring and the election ahead for a new slate of officers and executive members at Royal Canadian Legion Branch 30.
First off let me start by wishing all a Happy and Prosperous New Year. For many it will be a great year but for some it could be a year of struggles.
Imagine this: Terrorists invade the small Ontario town of Colborne, slaughtering most of the population indiscriminately.
The basic doctrines and beliefs of the Christian Church are called the Creeds.
Betty the Blue-eyed Lady and I were heading out to an appointment. I lugged along a stuffed recycle bag of, well, recyclable stuff.
Seven people, including three children, were killed when a gas truck exploded and destroyed a large part of a maternity hospital in Mexico City.
Forward Andrew Conboy has been dropped by a second pro hockey team in the wake of another nasty on-ice incident.