Re John Robson's column (Has time come for us to revisit Prohibition?, Northumberland Today, July 25):
On Aug. 4, 1914 Britain declared war on Germany which brought Canada into a conflict that would eventually cost the lives of 67,000 Canadians.
Has anyone else noticed? The summer season seems to be flying by and that kind of upsets me.
A few years ago the current slang for money was ‘bread.’
Coinciding with the start of the annual downtown Cobourg Sidewalk Sale on July 31 is Shelter Valley Folk Festival's Open Air Songwriters Showcase.
It is true that people looking into plans for the Cobourg Marina development could find plans at the Shoreplan Engineering Ltd. website.
The Learning Disabilities Association of Peterborough invites you to support services in Northumberland by grooving to the B.E.A.T.S. on Aug. 9 at Cob
You'll have the chance to make your own kind of music Aug. 9, when Mark Sepic offers a music-recycling workshop at the Port Hope Farmers' Market.
Heather McGuigan has enjoyed hearing the Thursday night Summer Bandshell Concert Series in Memorial Park.
Even though the gold and two bronze medals she earned might stand out, Port Hope swimmer Hannah Genich took great satisfaction from all of her results
Water, water everywhere but not a drop to drink.
A man upset about a job demotion gravely wounded the chief executive of his company in a downtown Chicago office building and then fatally shot himself.
If you were at a party in Hinton, Alta., in the late ’60s or early ’70s where a human skull was passed around, the Mounties would like to talk to you.