Some people have been led to think fine art would no longer be a part of the Canada Day festivities.
BRIGHTON — Community Care Northumberland extends heartfelt thanks to employees from the RBC Royal Bank in Brighton who volunteered their time to assis
With the goal of expanding its foster-care program, Shelter of Hope Animal Services is looking for new foster-care volunteers.
Port Hope resident Selena Forsyth was recently named the winner of the 2015 Community Care Northumberland James “Jim” Bryson Memorial Volunteer of the
Cobourg intersections with traffic lights will be a focus of the Cobourg Police Service from July 1 through Sept. 30.
Toronto Star columnist Heather Mallick said it best in a July 2014 column: we Canadians worship the God of Cheap.
Thanks to the Northumberland Breastfeeding Coalition, finding a place to breastfeed a baby during Cobourg's busy Waterfront Festival weekend is as eas
A federal / provincial infrastructure grant of $305,280 to expand the types of items Northumberland residents can recycle was announced Thursday.
Open Farm Days was celebrated across the province Saturday as part of Dairy Farmers of Ontario's 50th anniversary.
The Grafton Horticultural Society held a flower show and tea Saturday at the Barnum House Museum.
For over 25 years the Marie Dressler Foundation has helped graduating students at Cobourg high schools to fulfil their dreams of studies in the arts.
Port Hope is one of five municipalities in Ontario receiving an artsVest grant of $15,000 to help its 15 arts and heritage non-profit organizations.
Virgil Films has acquired "I Am Chris Farley" and will release the documentary in the late summer in key markets nationwide.
The post office is celebrating Canada Day by highlighting its first stamp made from fabric, depicting a flapping Canadian flag.