Thirty-seven years after its predecessor was damaged in a flood and replaced by a "temporary" military one-lane bridge, the Bennett St. bridge is back
ALNWICK/HALDIMAND -- Several Alnwick/Haldimand Township fire vehicles were either not working or couldn't do the required job during a barn fire on Gr
NORTHUMBERLAND — October is Breast Cancer Awareness month, and the local Survivor Thrivers breast-cancer dragon boat team reminds you no one has to ta
NORTHUMBERLAND -- From Nov. 18 to 26, YMCA Northumberland joins Ys across Canada in celebrating Peace Week, offering activities to help everyone of al
Gord Downie passed away last night after a more than year-long battle with brain cancer.
At least one person is dead and several homes are evacuated after an ammonia leak at a southeastern B.C. arena.
A year from now, a rush will be on as municipal candidates and trustees scramble to get their messages out just before the Oct. 22 local election.
The NAFTA countries haven't broken up. But they are publicly bickering.
Former hostage Joshua Boyle says his wife Caitlan had to be rushed to the hospital and remains there.
COBOURG -- Many libraries have book clubs, but not many have the creative kind of monthly book clubs that have been launched by the folks at the Cobou
COBOURG -- The Town of Cobourg's seventh annual Cobourg Day on Oct. 30 will include an element of heritage in this Canada 150 year, with an 1867 munic
ROSENEATH -- This is quite a landmark year on many fronts, Jill Fanning says -- Canada 150, Alderville's 180th anniversary and the 50th anniversary of