Reservists from Brockville to Peterborough spent last weekend training at Ontario Power Generation station.
Since 1988, Cobourg’s Lakeland Multi-trade has offered one-stop shopping for a variety of needs ó millwrighting, fabrication, machining, electrical, b
Maggie Darling has loved Cobourg’s downtown all her life, so getting the job as the new Cobourg Downtown Business Improvement Area event and communica
Provincial grants from the Ice Storm Assistance Program resulted in Alnwick/Haldimand Township receiving about $40,000 more than its original applicat
Starting this weekend, Operation Red Nose offers holiday partiers a designated driver.
You’d have to travel far to find more holiday magic in a single house than you would at the home of Donna Brimacombe in Welcome.
Community Care Northumberland is once again offering the opportunity to remember a loved one during the holiday season with its Memory Trees program.
A $5,000 grant from the Rotary Club of Cobourg’s World Community Service Committee has helped Horizons of Friendship upgrade their Thrift Ship at 50 C
A sell-out crowd is expected Saturday at Port Hope United Church, as the Oriana Singers present Handel’s Messiah.
For the second year, volunteers including organizer Chloe Craig will be organizing a Help-Portrait from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. on Saturday, Dec. 5 at the S
Even though it’s an American event, Canadian retailers would not miss out on the shopping phenomenon kmown as Black Friday.
Organizers of the second annual Father & Daughter Ball may be planning it for June, but suggest that tickets would make a wonderful Christmas present.
As if live theatre in Colborne does not sound exciting enough, the quality of the team behind it is certainly something to celebrate as they announce
Colborne resident Joan Sleep recently dropped by the Colborne Community Care office to pick up $50, her prize as the November early-bird winner in the