The Municipality of Port Hope announced Tuesday that Mayor Bob Sanderson is absent from town hall while he deals with a personal health issue.
Material caught fire inside of a paper shredder truck on Tuesday in Port Hope.
The addition of new equipment to Northumberland County's recycling plant near Grafton has not caused any layoffs and is expected to generate an estima
Despite the incomplete coverage flu shots provide in protecting people from influenza, plus a recent death in Mississauga from a strain of influenza B
Following a survey of Port Hope residents in 2014 that found 75% of respondents were quite confident the Port Hope Area Initiative (PHAI) staff – whic
The recent Taste of Port Hope event, hosted by the Port Hope & District Chamber of Commerce and participating Port Hope establishments, raised $2,725
Doing her best impression of Old Mother Hubbard, Federal Health Minister Jane Philpott told her provincial counterparts last week the cupboard was bar
If the risks of deadly second-hand cigarette smoke are obvious, why don’t we realize the harm posed by the trillions of used cigarette butts tossed ou
YMCA Northumberland is opting out of the association plan that had YMCA of Greater Toronto president and chief executive officer Medhat Mahdy also ser
Following a recent call for expressions of interest for Community Impact Funding in 2017-2018, Northumberland United Way has announced that 18 were re
The Help and Legal Centre of Northumberland has observed the 25th anniversary of one of its two agencies, the Northumberland Community Legal Clinic, b
A lot of people, including Port Hope lawyer and head of the local chapter of Fair Vote Canada Wilf Day, were concerned with a report out of Le Devoir
The global reality of today is that every country is affected to some extent by its neighbours.
Northumberland-Peterborough South MP Kim Rudd says Prime Minister Justin Trudeau's “commitment is clear” to reviewing and improving the electoral syst
Local Liberal MPP Lou Rinaldi said he spoke in favour of, and voted for, a motion from Conservative Lisa MacLeod of Nepean-Carleton to create an advis
That graphic-novel edition of Pride and Prejudice and Zombies on display at the front desk of the Centreton Public Library is more than just a seasona