Northumberland Today is pleased to introduce a new local history column by Cobourg resident Charles Beale.
Sprucing up a controversial crosswalk won’t make a difference when it comes to the law.
Paul Andrus lives at the west end of Port Hope's Ward 2 in a little four-house community once known as Bunker Hill.
Initial findings of a transportation survey completed by mainly Northumberland County residents reveal "atypical" results for a primarily rural county
On Sept. 20 the New York Times published an article by Katrin Bennhold about the culture of rape in Rotherham England.
John McGuirk presents Jean Simard with a Samsung Tablet, his prize for best photo sent to the Twitter Wall during the All-Canadian Jazz Festival.
Thirteen-year-old Madison Stroeder of Cobourg and Chance competed at a number of events this summer including at the Royal Canadian Riding Academy.
Leonard Cohen said in an interview that he might take up smoking again. He reached his 80th birthday last week. He gave the habit up in his fifties.
A while ago I was doing some research on baked bean styles; I was curious about the difference in British baked beans compared to ours.
As Thanksgiving approaches, it's a good time to think about something most of us have in abundance but many people don't have enough of: healthy food.
Film fans will be able to enjoy first run movies and a variety of art and alternative films beginning Friday,
“Do you have insurance” asked the woman behind the counter. “No,” I replied, as I handed her my credit card.
As times have changed, so have the ways in which we celebrate the most special of life’s events.