There is life after cancer and the Cobourg Survivor Thrivers dragon boat team members are a moving example of what force of will and mutual support ca
After 30 years organizing the Canada Day festivities for Port Hope, Kinsmen treasurer and Port Hope Councillor Jeff Lees said this year would be the g
Big Canada Day celebrations are planned throughout the country July 1, but the one in Grafton on June 25 gives you the chance for a more small-town ol
An old-fashioned fun fair in Harwood June 23 to 25 is a wonderful way to celebrate Canada 150 a few days early.
Summertime is not only a time for the barbecue, but more importantly cooking in a manner to keep the heat out of the kitchen.
It was Friday, March 10, 2017 at 7 p.m.
Space related technology, originally developed to make capsule and space station living more bearable, continues to boil over into our daily lives.
Cobourg author Shane Joseph has released his second collection of short stories whose theme is people who have been sidetracked off their life’s path
Until July 9, you can see for yourself how Stephen Gillberry’s colours and textures combine to create a visual delight in his Northern Reflections sho
There’s a fabulous venture at the Art Gallery of Northumberland! Caitlyn Hoskin, the co-ordinator of public-outreach programs, is excited about it, an
Northumberland Youth Unlimited is pleased to announce that they will hold four summer day camps in Cobourg at Fellowship Baptist Church for young peop
This past Sunday, I took a drive down through lovely Prince Edward County to Glenora, where I caught the ferry to Adolphustown and attended the annual
The are a variety of stories that have dominated the news cycle over the past week. Reports of violence, attacks in Manchester, London and Paris. All
Plans for a 202-unit residential subdivision on a 50-acre parcel of land east off Durham Street North in Colborne met with many questions from the pub
Construction of a small, 1.34-acre solar farm at 390 Jakobi Road north of Castleton is slated to be built over five to six weeks this fall with operat
Cramahe Township has issued an update on the downtown Colborne building that had to be evacuated earlier this month.