As residents of Northumberland we have the privilege of living in a very special place.
Basic Education and Literacy is September’s theme as set out by Rotary International.
Fleming College and the Northumberland Manufacturers' Association (NMA) have teamed up with a new Member Preferred Services Program.
Northumberland Family Health Team board chair Dr. Mark Essak announced on Monday that Laurel Savoy will assume the responsibilities of executive direc
BEWDLEY — Bossy Boots says thanks a lot!
An enthusiastic first meeting of the newly elected board of the Harwood Memorial Park and Harwood Community Hall took place Aug. 24 at Harwood Hall.
Conservative candidate Adam Moulton is drawing criticism for his decision not to attend all public all candidates meetings.
For the first time in 15 years, Alnwick / Haldimand Township has a new subdivision agreement with a developer.
Mandy Robinson's year of firsts did not end with her being named Cobourg's first female town crier.
Port Hope resident Bill Andrus had a retirement plan, and Parkinson's disease was not part of it.
A man was taken to hospital with what are described as non-life-threatening injuries after he was struck by a car while riding his bicycle Friday.
The annual monarch butterfly tag and release day was held Saturday at Dorothy's House Museum on Ganaraska Road in Garden Hill.
With new road safety regulations coming into effect on Tuesday, Ontario drivers are being reminded they could face hefty fines