Democracy is always under siege.
Jeremy Coughler capped off his high school running career with one more Ontario Federation of School Athletic Associations medal to add to his collect
Cramahe Township has named its Community Builder Award after a former politician, George Blyth.
For a mere $25, you can offer your loved one a romantic gesture right out of the movies.
Not many young ladies find their passion so early in life, but Kylie Dennis is an exception — she is inviting you to her fifth annual Taste of Africa
If you have a liking for a good thriller, or if you just appreciate good theatre, then the Northumberland Players’ Fire Hall Theatre production of Dea
For its 13th year, the Northumberland Hills Hospital Foundation gala on Nov. 2 will take Oscar Night as its theme.
Woman charged with theft
Families in Brighton will be keeping it cool this summer thanks to a new splash pad.
The Colorado Avalanche have gone public with their intentions to not select Seth Jones in the 2013 NHL draft.
Canada’s leaderless second-largest city will try a second time to appoint an interim mayor who can stay out of trouble until the fall elections.
Saturday, June 8th, Cornerstone held its 6th annual Walk a Mile in Her Shoes event. It was a huge event with the Premier of Ontario, Kathleen Wynne at
The Cobourg Community Hockey League is currently looking for volunteer coaches and trainers for the upcoming house league season.
Shaun Mills, a Grade 10 student-athlete from Cobourg District Collegiate Institute East, competed at the Ontario Federation of School Athletic Associa