New economic-development activity in Cobourg is coming along, Mayor Gil Brocanier said at Cobourg council Monday, both from new sources and from devel
There’s a back-and-forth debate about whether the Ontario Liberal government is planning to hike the costs for first-time drivers on July 1 or not.
The recent heavy rainfall that blanketed the region has forced the Ruth Clarke Activity Centre in Port Hope to close due to water damage.
Born and raised in Cobourg, Tara Collins recently returned to her home community to make a special donation to Northumberland Hills Hospital.
It seems we have forgotten how to be nice to one another.
Councillor Suzanne Seguin promised to do it as soon as she got home, but Councillor Aaron Burchat did it while the presenter was talking — then so did
Schools in the riding of Northumberland-Quinte West will receive $6.4-million for repairs and renewal projects, especially those of the green kind, lo
“Temptation is the fire that brings up the scum of the heart.”
Some taxpayer complaints that the most recent Alnwick/Haldimand Township newsletter concentrates more on last year than this year is being defended by
The search is on for a new palliative care site for additional hospice beds in West Northumberland.
The heavy rains this past Friday flooded the Cobourg Lawn Bowling Club greens and forced the cancellation of the scheduled practice and coaching sessi
Cobourg Collegiate Institute student Alex Meaney will be one of only 24 high-school students from across the nation to attend the National Ambassador
Dave Mowat and The Barn Burners perform during the ONtour concert at the Glen Crowe Sports Field on Sunday in Alderville. Other acts included Next Gen