A new metal monster has arrived at Primitive Designs in Port Hope.
Northumberland Hills Hospital is pleased to join the Ontario Medical Association and the West Northumberland Physician Recruitment and Retention Commi
The week of May 2 to 6 is an occasion for both celebration and awareness, as the Kawartha Pine Ridge District School Board observes Education Week and
The Cobourg Horticultural Society is pleased to welcome Environment Canada senior climatologist David Phillips at the keynote speaker for their May 4
The veterinarian who has provided service to the Shelter of Hope for municipalities in the west end of Northumberland since the shelter's inception 15
The “break ground” on the new build project for Habitat for Humanity Northumberland that involves building two homes for the Dubeau/McLean and the Kea
“What’s happening to all the birds with the cold weather?”
After promising Port Hope and area customers the closed Royal Bank branch in the historic building at the corner of Walton and John streets would re-o
Canadian filmmaker Larry Weinstein returns to Cobourg May 5, more than 30 years after the first film he shot in Cobourg got an Oscar nomination.
All The Gold Hurts My Mouth, Katherine Leyton’s debut collection of poetry, is as sharp as it is sexy. The stories told in these poems are injected
Dorothy Siemens’ solo exhibition at The Colborne Art Gallery, titled “Passion and Petals,” presents two series of works that explore the concept of ro
YMCA Northumberland hopes to demonstrate that there need be no barriers to fitness with its May 1 Healthy Kids Day.
Mike Smalley: Going Solo is the next exhibition at the Art Gallery of Northumberland.
Northumberland County's raise policy passed by council means every year they consider a cost of living adjustment for their non-union workers, states
Provincial police have identified the person who died in a five-vehicle crash in Essex, Ont.