Fresh from her job as acting program manager of the Children’s Foundation (part of the Children’s Aid Society), Jackie Chapman Davis has joined the Town of Cobourg staff as the new community-events co-ordinator.
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This Sunday, Aug. 20, your own hometown roller derby team, the Ganaraska Gravediggers, are partnering with the Northumberland Humane Society for a day of loveable pets and roller derby action.
For now, Colborne United Church has been rechristened simply The Church.
A few days after Canadians celebrated their 150th birthday, Lang family descendants celebrated the family having been in Canada for 195 years.
With the goal of helping local seniors stay healthy, active and connected to their community, Northumberland-Quinte West MPP Lou Rinaldi announced $57,700 in Elderly Persons Centres Funding for the Ruth Clarke Activity Centre for Seniors on Wednesday.
For many years, Port Hope councillors would hear that familiar introduction as they invited questions from the gallery.
An annual garage sale at the Tower of Port Hope Retirement Residence is a tradition, but sales and marketing manager Donna Woods wanted to ring a little change on an old custom this year.
A resolution with potential to overhaul the Port Hope transit system will be prepared for council when it returns Sept. 5.
Port Hope resident Dorothy Crawford is kicking herself for not going into the Canadian Fire Fighters Museum long ago.
Staff and customers of Davis’ Independent have made possible the purchase of not one, but two pieces of equipment to support patients of Northumberland Hills Hospital.
A flurry of announcements at The Mill golf course in Cobourg Tuesday seemed to confirm Northumberland-Peterborough South MP Kim Rudd’s contention that a rural renaissance is going on.
A swearing-in ceremony on the floor of a hockey rink, a Tim Hortons truck in the parking lot handing out the double-doubles — could there be a more Canadian way to welcome 30 of the country's newest citizens.
Tim Doris may teach at St. Mary’s Elementary School in Grafton, but this August he faces a real test of his own — the World Duathlon Championships in Penticton, B.C.
Green Wood Coalition and the Northumberland Affordable Housing Committee Advocacy sub-group made separate presentations at this week’s Port Hope council meeting, but they shared one plea — more low-cost rental units.
The Cobourg Dragon Boat and Canoe Club is used to excelling at regattas.
When they set up the scaffolding around the steeple, members of St. Mary’s Catholic Church in Grafton were prepared for the worst.
Approaching their 60th anniversary. Shirley and Charlie Williams recently got the ultimate compliment from their grandson.
Through a partnership with Community Power Northumberland, Cramahe Township has been able to realize its long-standing desire for a solar-panel installation on the roof of the Keeler Centre.
The big Cramahe 225 weekend will have events throughout Colborne and Castleton that celebrate the heritage of the area.
As far as Port Hope council is concerned, the court of appeal has spoken and further arguments related to the Low-Level Radioactive Waste fund are unnecessary.