It’s hard to believe that the Port Hope Fair will be in full swing in less than two months – Sept. 12 to 14.
Just in time to offer a gripping summer read, Colborne author Eric Wright has released his new suspense novel Riptide.
The Northumberland Humane Society invites you to bring your pet to Victoria Park Saturday for a celebration called the Animals R Us festival.
Gospel music greats Jeff and Sheri Easter return to Lakeshore Pentecostal Camp Saturday for a 7:30 p.m. performance.
The following is a copy of a letter to Port Hope Mayor Linda Thompson and members of Port Hope Council.
There was an audible gasp from all the members of the group as binoculars focused on the bird.
Frank Sinatra came to Port Hope last week through the magnetic voice, talent and persona of Port Hope native Albert Schultz.
In The Toronto Star on June 12, 2012, you will find an article by Jim Coyle about the deconsecration of Trinity Anglican Church in Colborne.
Many people today are living in a time when the beliefs they once held no longer ring true for them.
Sharon Cooksey helps make a crown for her seven-year-old granddaughter Sofia at the Princess Tea Party, hosted by the Port Hope Public Library.
A Cobourg Police officer has come home from the North American Emergency Service Games with two gold medals.
The problem with all the beginnings and endings is sorting out stuff, usually at the ending but often even in the beginning.
There are different ways to be damaged and we should respect that, says the co-writer of Wounded Soldiers.
County council has approved the plan to apply for fundingto construct a safer trail up Lookout Mountain in the Northumberland Forest.
A West African transport minister told The Associated Press that five Canadians were on board an Air Algerie flight that crashed Thursday.