For Lavina Corkery, sunny ways have brought her through an entire century to celebrate her 100th birthday this week.
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If you love cupcakes, don't forget to buy one on Feb. 27 to support the Northumberland Humane Society for Cupcake Day 2017.
Float Your Fanny Down The Ganny is set for April 8 following approval from Port Hope council at its committee-of-the-whole meeting Tuesday night.
Patrons returning books to the Port Hope Public Library during regular hours are now requested to take them inside directly to the circulation desk.
There's so much about the heritage of the Cramahe Township community to be proud of, and Heritage Cramahe will show you why this Saturday, Feb. 25 at its annual Cramahe Heritage Day.
Though Willow Park was submitted for consideration in naming the linear park in Cobourg's west-end New Amherst subdivision, the suggestion has been officially declined.
Cobourg council's committee-of-the-whole meeting last week included a report on its new Downtown Cobourg Vitalization Community Improvement Plan.
Looking ahead to a time of dry, snow-free sidewalks, the Town of Cobourg is welcoming expressions of interest for street pianos for the 2017 Keys To Our Town program.
The young talents of the La Jeunesse Youth Orchestra will shine at their In The Spotlight concert Feb. 26 at Port Hope United Church.
The art on the walls of The Human Bean is just part of the ambience at the downtown Cobourg coffee shop.
New Hope United Church in Welcome will host the March 3 Port Hope Ecumenical World Dy of Prayer Service.
As of 2017, it's 30 years of fun and fellowship for the Probus Club in Canada — and not quite that many for the eight Probus Clubs in Northumberland County.
Northumberland United Way invites you to celebrate all that is best about Canadians this sesquicentennial year with the $150 challenge.
Northumberland Hills Hospital has announced an extension on the deadline to apply for its annual Health Professions Scholarship.
Brenda Whitehead, director of community relations for the Cobourg Retirement Residence, sends a big thank-you to the Cobourg Cougars junior A hockey club.
In spite of having two older sisters and a younger brother, Michelle Thompson likes to feel she has acquitted herself well on the sibling-rivalry front as a potential astronaut.
Baker Cleaners opened for business in Cobourg on Feb. 18, 1987.
As participants in the 2017 Ontario 55+ Winter Games begin to arrive in Cobourg today from across the province, the town’s sports and events co-ordinator Ashley Haynes is looking at the event with a new perspective.
Cobourg council has decided to alter its regular schedule so that councillors can participate more fully in the opening ceremonies for the Ontario 55+ Winter Games being hosted in Cobourg.
Cobourg's King Street will close on the evening of Feb. 22 for a Middle Night Mingle.