In keeping with Remembrance Day observances, the North Lakeshore Chorus’s concert, ‘Till The Boys Come Home, was conceived as a 100th anniversary musi
Cramahe Township’s chief building official will likely get the assistance she’s requested.
The Cobourg Poetry Workshop’s 3rd Thursday Reading Series is pleased to be featuring Kingston poet, Bob MacKenzie.
The Kawartha Pine Ridge District School Board has been forced, due to circumstances beyond its control, to cancel the Oct. 17 parent conference on men
Happy fall! Cooler weather and changing colours means clean-up and winter preparation for the Parks and Recreation Department and as we inch toward th
Five-year-old Jaela Holzmann creates a turkey out of wooden blocks in Madame Plaskon's French immersion class at C.R. Gummow Public School in Cobourg
Port Hope Police officers responded to 49 calls for service from Oct. 2 to Oct. 4, including:
Northumberland Ontario Provincial Police dealt with a variety of calls last week, including:
It seems lately I have been off the curve with regards to timely recipes based on weather and special occasions. Last week I thought summer was still
While world leaders repeatedly talk about promoting world peace and understanding Rotary Clubs across the world are actually doing something about it.
The Cobourg Police Service responded to 85 calls for service between Monday, Sept. 28 and Sunday, Oct. 4, including:
Rev. Judy Herron-Graham presides over the Blessing of the Animals service in the chapel of St. Peter’s Anglican Church in Cobourg Sunday involving par
Once upon a time, there were two people who loved each other very much. Maybe they were father and son, or mother and daughter, or twins, or lovers, o
Looking out my window I can’t help but notice the political signs scattered around many yards and on buildings.