YMCA Northumberland is celebrating 30 years of fostering a climate of peace with their Peace Week Nov. 15 to 22, the highlight of which is the awardin
As of Oct. 6, Laura Yontz will leave her duties as administrator of Extendicare Port Hope to assume the responsibilities of executive director with th
A partnership of local organizations has resulted in a donation of bicycle helmets to Highland Shores Children’s Aid and Kinark Child and Family
The Kawartha Pine Ridge District School Board reports that its students improved in five out of six areas in the most recent round of elementary-level
History from generations back can be found at local cemeteries, etched in stone.
Rod Bergeron knows how to get and keep a viewer’s attention, as the community will discover when his show Home opens Oct. 4 at the Art Gallery of Colb
Adrienne Lotton moved to Cobourg a year ago October, but touched people far beyond the town with her courage and drive to help others.
Still, the final exhibit of the 2014 season at the Tate Gallery, opens Sept. 27.
In partnership with the Royal Bank of Canada, YMCA Northumberland is launching a free after-school program for all Grade 7 and 8 students in Cobourg,
A 20-year friendship with an educator in Africa has seen Port Hope resident Pauline Carrick corresponding with Hannah Collins of Liberia through good
Jack White went on a self-confessed Kanye West-esque rant Wednesday night, taking aim at Rolling Stone and one unlikely target – Dave Grohl's Foo Fighters.
A cougar that took up residence outside a Calgary hospital on Thursday morning was shot dead by Fish and Wildlife officers.
An emotional Mayor Rob Ford says he wants to "thank" everyone for "all the support" he's received at this difficult time.
The RCMP spent $1.2 million in the 30 hours it took to capture Justin Bourque in Moncton last June after the 24-year-old shot and killed three Mounties.
Children of parents who went to college or university eat more veggies and drink less sugar, a new University of British Columbia study has found.
British archaeologists have uncovered a pair of skeletons that have been holding hands for 700 years.