After celebrating the official opening of the new joint municipal fire/county ambulance facility in Cramahe Township earlier this year, Northumberland
Avril Bull-Jones started Av’s Art & Adventure Camp 25 years ago for her own children.
A group of emergency responders got together recently to promote FARM 911 - The Emily Project.
With bylaw-enforcement officers issuing numerous tickets relating to park-use regulations — 28 individuals were cited for barbecue violations in one w
You don't have to know a single thing about art in order to find one, two or 30 pieces to love in the Canada 150 show at the Art Gallery of Northumber
Northumberland United Way Announces Ley Wealth Management Group CIBC Wood Gundy has stepped up to become the presenting sponsor of the Challenge the D
When the Town of Cobourg purchased Northam Industrial Park 14 years ago, it picked a million-dollar winner, Cobourg council learned this week from rep
The announcement of a replacement for former events co-ordinator Lara Scott was made at Cobourg council this week.
If a low-income Cobourg resident suddenly needed a place to rent, chances are he or she wouldn’t find anything.
Representatives from public works department across Northumberland County honoured one of their own for his upcoming retirement.
July 23 will mark the 25th anniversary of the Rumble and Chrome on 45 event, the show ‘n’ shine for cars, trucks and tractors hosted by the Roseneath
Chris Cloutier, the first overall pick in the 2017 Major Series Lacrosse draft, wasn't able to start the season with the Cobourg Nissan Kodiaks, but h
Port Hope musician Carlos del Junco has performed in a variety of venues, but usually it’s in a theatre of some description.
For 40 years, Rob Mikel has researched his home town’s architectural and social history as far back as Cobourg’s settlement in 1798.
At least nine people died after being crammed into the back of a sweltering tractor-trailer found parked outside a Walmart in the midsummer Texas heat.
Sears Canada is facing a social media campaign calling for a boycott after the company said it planned on paying millions in bonuses to keep executives on board during restructuring.