The Harden & Huyse Cafe is looking to blaze new culinary trails.
COBOURG — About 1,000 former Vikings should be coming to town in three weeks to be there for the closing of Cobourg District Collegiate Institute West
Journey Through the Arts, a multi-faceted arts facility, is pleased to be celebrating its 14th children's summer program at the Old Art School.
The annual season of competitions and events for the St. Mary Secondary School choirs began a few weeks ago, and the news so far is golden.
Tuesday, May 26
There's a lot in store May 30, as Habitat For Humanity Northumberland invites you to help celebrate the ReStore's 11th anniversary.
Students watch last week as the first stages of demolition of the old C.R. Gummow Public School building gets underway in Cobourg.
The annual Youth Vocal Talent Show — which happens June 27 this year — is a wonderful showcase of young talent, and so much more.
WINNIPEG - Canadian health authorities are investigating after 34 people became sick with salmonella infections after contact with live baby poultry.
The Ontario government introduced back-to-work legislation for striking public high school teachers Monday.
Las Vegas homicide detectives have launched an investigation into circumstances surrounding B.B. King's death.
Thirteen men have been charged with using an underage girl as a sex trade worker over a five-year period.
A special Ontario ombudsman’s investigation into Hydro One uncovered stunning billing errors, “outrageously” bad customer service.