October is Canadian Library Month!
The fire at Rhino’s Roadhouse last week is a heavy blow for Hamilton Township, says its mayor.
The Brighton Speedway wrapped up its 2015 season Saturday, Oct. 3 with The Eve of Destruction.
The contest to produce a video promoting Cobourg as a Feel Good town has been won by Cobourg Collegiate Institute student Graham Beer.
Community Care Northumberland's Port Hope advisory committee announces the sixth annual Local Flavours evening of wine, beer and culinary tastings. he
October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month, and the Central East Regional Cancer Program (in partnership with Northumberland Hills Hospital and Cancer C
As a new school year begins, the Kawartha Pine Ridge District School Board invites parents and guardians to their free annual Parent Converence to lea
Work has started to repair a popular restaurant heavily damaged by fire last week.
Just in time for another hockey season — the Cobourg Community Centre has re-launched its menu based on citizen input from a survey made this year.
If you like to sing or play music, Community Care Northumberland challenges you to make do it for a good cause.
A new fall season at the Cobourg Public Library is bringing a whole new line-up of wonderful surprises for its younger patrons.
Alnwick / Haldimand Mayor John Logel cast the deciding vote against supporting a venture that would return a barn into a "functions facility."
Three Superheroes rode in to lift Captain America’s spirits on Friday afternoon.
Twelve nations, including Canada, have reached a tentative deal on the so- called Trans-Pacific Partnership.
Stephen Harper says the federal cabinet has already approved a plan to spend $4.3 billion over the next 15 years to protect Canadian farmers from the impact of the TPP.