A youth faces charges after the Cobourg Police Service received a report of a possible stolen vehicle and theft from a Curtis Crescent-area residence.
“A collection of columns observing town and country life in Northumberland.” That is the subtitle of Grahame Woods’ latest book, The Passing Scene.
In putting together last summer's tribute to the military and Cobourg's contributions, the volunteers at the Sifton-Cook Heritage Centre depended upon
With a full complement of festivities to help you celebrate the holidays, Port Hope rings in the season on Friday.
Moonlight Madness returns to Port Hope Friday, and a full evening of fun is in store.
Like most Canadians, Catherine Hawley waited during her husband's brain surgery with every confidence that the health-care system to which she'd entru
Toronto publisher Mansfield Press is pleased to return to Cobourg Dec. 2 to launch its fall fiction and poetry list at 7 p.m. at Impresario Artisan Ma
The passing of Tom MacMillan in 2013 has left untold civic and other events in the Cobourg area without the commanding and elegant presence of a town
The theme of Christmas Magic this year is Old Tyme Christmas and 100,000 lights were lit up on Friday night in Cobourg, downtown and in Victoria Park.
An easy and free holiday activity for all to enjoy is as simple as walking through the doors of Port Hope's Capitol Theatre.
The Crazy Cookie Roger Bernard sells at his Dreamers Cafe is officially one-of-a-kind, and Bernard has the trademark papers to prove it.
The Boston Red Sox got their man, make that their men.
Saskatchewan Blue Cross is standing by the $950,000 a Saskatchewan family received after their daughter was born prematurely in the U.S.
Pat Quinn, who had the highest points/winning percentage of any Leaf coach and had an accomplished NHL career, has died.