The Town of Cobourg is a bit late, but otherwise on track to complete the review of its development-charges bylaw that is required every five years.
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Success on the wrestling mat at Cobourg Collegiate Institute qualified Jayden Sparks to attend the Junior Pan American Championships earlier this month.
Big Canada Day celebrations are planned throughout the country July 1, but the one in Grafton on June 25 gives you the chance for a more small-town old-fashioned kind of celebration a few days early.
An old-fashioned fun fair in Harwood June 23 to 25 is a wonderful way to celebrate Canada 150 a few days early.
Cobourg author Shane Joseph has released his second collection of short stories whose theme is people who have been sidetracked off their life’s path through one means or another.
The $10,000 grant the Rotary Club of Cobourg awarded Ross Quigley will be seed money for the new Cobourg and District Sports Hall of Fame.
With the goal of demonstrating consistency, fairness and due diligence with regard to the proper use of public funds, Cobourg council has approved revisions to the Community Grants Policy they adopted in 2015.
Cobourg council voted its support Monday for the town’s participation in the new West Northumberland Public Transportation Review Committee.
Carolyn Gallagher may be retiring from the Northumberland Centre for Individual Studies, but a part of her will remain behind.
Northumberland United Way celebrated a special anniversary earlier this month with the 20th annual Day of Caring.
A timeline is now set for potential North American Free Trade Agreement talks, and local resident Rick Arnold says people in all three countries involved are hoping for more grassroots fairness out of whatever document takes the place of the old one.
As the 2016-2017 year at Cobourg Collegiate Institute winds down, teacher Mary-Anne Watson-Bonsall offered a special thank-you to two helpers who have added so much to the Culture Club that meets each Friday.
As part of Ontario’s support of sports-and-recreation projects to help people stay healthy and active, Northumberland-Quinte West MPP Lou Rinaldi has announced a $90,212 grant for the Northumberland Sports Council.
Fifty-nine individuals were honoured last month at the Northumberland Hills Hospital annual ceremony to recognize staff and physician achievements in service, education and leadership.
One of Canada’s three favourite crossing guards, it turns out, works for Beatrice Strong Public School in Port Hope.
Northumberland-Quinte West MPP Lou Rinaldi announced Wednesday $10,000 in Ontario 150 funding to a Green Wood Coalition project.
Acrobats, artists and artisans have the run of King Street in Downtown Cobourg Saturday for the annual Busker and Art Festival.
The 54th annual Cobourg Scottish Festival and Highland Games takes place this weekend, with entertainment, food and even a history lesson in the mix.
Just because the rain had eased off doesn’t mean the Sculthorpe Marsh trail will necessarily be fixed in the near future, Port Hope Councillor Jeff Lees said.
The Town of Cobourg advises citizens that the deadline to submit an application for the Canada Day Parade is June 23.