This Aug. 16 marks the 100th anniversary of the International Migratory Bird Convention, a treaty between the U.S. and Canada.
At a special meeting this week, Cobourg council approved a bid to reconfigure a troublesome stretch of Division Street north of University Avenue.
The Haliburton, Kawartha, Pine Ridge District Health Unit has received just over a $1-million to continue with the Healthy Babies/Healthy Children pro
Northumberland County councillors are expected to approve a tax levy of at least 2% for 2017 plus another 1% of this year’s capitol budget for its new
A man charged with obstructing a public health inspector from entering a premises to be inspected, plus breach of probation, has been found guilty, fi
Northumberland Today is sad to announce the loss of its popular columnist Terry Curtis.
The local seniors' winter games committee organizing the provincial competition needs more artisans and craft people to offer designs and undertake th
One of the Fathers of Confederation will be honoured downtown Saturday — which council last week declared James Cockburn Day in the Town of Cobourg.
The 11th annual Sandcastle Festival will bring 10 of North America’s master sculptors to the Victoria Park beach Saturday.
It came as a surprise when I realized this week that 52 years ago, together with 60,000 other people, I was in Tokyo’s National Stadium getting ready
Community Care Northumberland is pleased to announce Hastings resident Rosemarie McMechin as this year’s winner of the James “Jim” Bryson Memorial Vol
We are at the time of year when new potatoes are at their peak; so eat them now because in a few weeks those golf ball sized potatoes will be hardball
Today my window is actually Windows 7 on my laptop.
“You can survive on your own; you can grow strong on your own; you can prevail on your own; but you cannot become human on your own.” - Frederick Buec
An outdoor carnival of fun and games, followed by a Comedy In Motion show by one of the best in the business — it’s all free Aug. 6 at Fellowship Bapt
Cornell House at 139 Queen St. in Cobourg has become a popular venue for artists, with programming to suit all tastes.
The Northumberland Roller Girls invite you to something a little different for a Sunday afternoon — roller derby.
The Colborne Art Gallery’s fourth annual Juried Exhibition is now on display, and can be seen until Aug. 14.