This is the third in a series of stories about the impact of Northumberland County's $100-million budget for 2015.
Don't try to park on a downtown Cobourg street without feeding the meter.
A member of CFB Trenton's 424 Search and Rescue Squadron is suspended between a chopper and the ground during a recent training exercise.
Three women are planning a protest outside the Shelter of Hope in the coming weeks.
Organizers of the 2015 Bowl For Kids Sake are out to make this annual Big Brothers Big Sisters of Northumberland bigger than ever.
Brrrr! How’s that for some cold weather?
It was an ugly scene at the Miss Amazon beauty pageant in Brazil Friday night.
The future of the Ontario Progressive Conservative Party now rests on one of five leadership candidates.
BEIRUT/TOKYO - Islamic State militants released a video on Saturday which purported to show the beheading of Japanese journalist Kenji Goto, who the a
Ontario’s bid to gather information on violence in its schools appears to be off to a rocky start, data obtained suggests.
The sound and the feel just doesn’t seem right anymore. The more Roger Goodell speaks the more he comes off like the man behind the curtain in The Wizard of Oz.
The government’s new anti-terror bill proposes significant new powers for police and CSIS, but Prime Minister Stephen Harper insists jihadists are the real threat to Canadians’ freedoms.
A strike by nurses who co-ordinate home care has pushed overcrowded Ontario hospitals into uncharted waters that could strand patients in wards and back up emergency rooms.