For those who are longing to March into the Garden, the wintry weeks seem to stretch out endlessly ahead.
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Grade 9 girls at Cobourg Collegiate Institute had the opportunity last week to participate in a pilot project called Stand-Up Stay-Strong.
Caryn MacDiarmid has been involved with Trinity United Church’s Flight To Hope project that brought Mohammed Ghrir, along with his wife Heba and daughter Ritaj, to Cobourg in December of 2015.
The simplest of everyday fragrances and scents has the potential to constrict Linda Tesluk's windpipe and deprive her of oxygen.
The sad news that the pop-up library at the Cobourg Dog Park was damaged was at least alleviated by the news that it likely wasn't a case of vandalism.
Following a public call for expressions of interest, Northumberland Hills Hospital announces that its first Patient and Family Advisory Council has been formed.
Cobourg council this week passed the bylaw necessary to pursue an agreement with Ottawa for the loan of the chair Father of Confederation James Cockburn used in Canada's first Parliamentary sessions.
Given the chance for direct conversation with Northumberland-Quinte West MPP Lou Rinaldi, Cobourg councillors were quick to ask about transportation.
If you were in Cobourg's Home Depot between Sept. 1 and Oct. 9, you might have been approached to support the store's Orange Door Project by donating a toonie for an orange paper door.
Northumberland United Way is eagerly looking forward to the Jan. 23 move into the new location at 62 Swayne St. that Cobourg supporter Karol Shaw purchased for their use.
Dr. K. Jennifer Ingram, who practices in Peterborough, has been named the Central East Local Health Integration Network Physician Lead for Seniors Care.
As Cobourg resident Ron Smallman learned the hard way, when you are sick, you need something positive.
When you're allergic to peanuts, you avoid peanuts.
Having accepted the resignation of Councillor Larry Sherwin, the process to select his successor is now in full swing, Deputy Mayor John Henderson said at Monday’s council meeting.
Cobourg Coucillor Debra McCarthy announced at Monday’s meeting that she will spend a cozy Saturday knitting at the Cobourg Community Centre.
The Art Gallery of Northumberland will turn the spotlight on truth and reconciliation for its next exhibit.
The Cobourg Collegiate Institute library was taken over Monday night by duffel bags and suitcases (as well as the cargo to stuff them) in preparation for a Journey of Hope to Tanzania.
The Town of Cobourg hopes to release the draft 2017 budget Jan. 16, council heard Monday night.
The Rotary Clubs of Cobourg and Port Hope, as well as Northumberland Sunrise Rotary, are partnering up with the Northumberland Orchestra and Choir for a special Canada 150 celebration on Jan. 22 — a performance spotlighting songs of celebration, followed by dinner at a participating Port Hope restaurant.
Hamilton Township author Linda Hutsell-Manning is about to see her play A Certain Singing Teacher produced in Cobourg by VOS Theatre Feb. 10 and 11 — but you couldn't exactly characterize her as a playwright.