Prescribed burns to encourage habitat restoration are taking place this week throughout parts of Northumberland County.
A spokesperson for the Northumberland Coalition Against Poverty has spoken out against Ontario's basic-income pilot projects announced Monday by the K
COBOURG — After 40 years of business, Manfred Schumann, owner of Paper Lace, will sadly be closing the doors at the end of the month.
COBOURG — Young people aged 15 to 29 are invited to a Student-Youth Job Fair May 2 at Watton Employment Services Inc.
A new Canadian Coast Guard ship has arrived in Cobourg, along with a new captain and a new crew member.
Driving at more than twice the posted speed limit has resulted in a stunt-driving charge.
East Northumberland Secondary School is not only the top high-school fundraiser for the Terry Fox Foundation among Kawartha Pine Ridge District Board
On Friday afternoon, the YMCA Northumberland facility in Cobourg will offer free fitness assessments to help members of the community get a better und
The head of the Northumberland chapter of Fair Vote Canada and Northumberland-Peterborough South MP Kim Rudd disagree about what her position should b
Each year, some 300 rug hookers descend on an Ontario community for the Ontario Hooking Craft Guild's annual conference — and this year that would be
A motion to declare the Vernonville Community Centre property surplus, as the first step in selling the township-owned property, comes to Alnwick/Hald
A staff report about volunteers and the need for proper screening in Alnwick/Haldimand is expected by next month.
At 2:41 p.m. Saturday, Northumberland OPP responded to a report of a body floating in Rice Lake near Hannah Road in Hamilton Township.
Friends and colleagues in art, Veronica Derry and Barbara Buntin are collaborating on their fourth annual Simple Pleasures show and sale May 6.
Following the outstanding success of Paul and Cathy VandeGraaf as chairs of the 2016 YMCA Strong Kids campaign, the torch was passed to another local