Downtown Cobourg is celebrating Valentine’s Day Saturday with loveable in-store promotions offered by huggable merchants, not to mention shareable mus
Up go the cheers again for the return of the Friday night dinners at Branch 30, the Port Hope Royal Canadian Legion.
As part of continuing efforts to enhance public confidence in education, the Kawartha Pine Ridge District School Board is ready to begin live-streamin
After just shy of two decades heading up Alnwick/Haldimand Township’s fire service, volunteer Fire Chief David Wright has announced he will retire nex
The Crown prosecutor at Jian Ghomeshi's sexual assault trial says the credibility of his three accusers has nothing to do with the way they behaved after the alleged incidents.
A Superior Court application into allegations of misused trust funds associated with the former Hope Township’s $10-million federal payment to host Lo
Port Hope Panthers centre Dalton Lawrence has been named the Empire B Junior C Hockey League’s most valuable player and is also poised to win the leag
An initial overview of the first half the 2016 budget for Hamilton Township was reviewed by the municipality’s new treasurer Paul Dowber for councillo
The last two defeats for the Port Hope Panthers have come against the Amherstview Jets and both were by counts of 2-1.
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The new Brighton Transit System is now operating, with stops throughout Brighton and beyond.
A classic Canadian celebration returns to Warkworth with the 30th annual Warkworth Maple Syrup Festival March 12 and 13 at Sandy Flat Sugar Bush and P
Co-chair of the Northumberland Chapter of the Ontario Health Coalition (OHC) , Linda MacKenzie-Nicholas, is questioning whether local riding MPP Lou R
Brenden Locke has suited up for 44 games in his first Ontario Junior Hockey League season with the Cobourg Cougars, but that’s not the only place you’
Damage could exceed $400,000 following a fire of a heavy hauling tow truck at Chadwick's Towing on County Road 2 in the west end of Cobourg shortly af
Justin Trudeau will mark his 100th day as prime minister today with a "massive" boost to a program that helps students get summer jobs.
The trial of two men accused of killing Tim Bosma continues Thursday with a police officer's testimony about the movements of cellphones of the accused.