The Northumberland Humane Society will host a microchip clinic for the public on Sunday, Jan. 29 beginning at 10 a.m.
Pete Fisher, Northumberland Today
Several collisions kept emergency services busy in Cobourg throughout Tuesday morning as freezing rain caused slippery conditions.
An armed robbery early Saturday morning at Petro Canada on Division Street may possibly be related to one in Iroquois just hours before.
For a brief period of time, whiteout conditions were reported along Highway 401 in Port Hope on Friday. At least two vehicles went into the ditch, with the help of slippery road conditions. Salters and sanders did their best to keep up with the weather along the Deer Park Road area. Northumberland OPP issued an advisory asking the public to exercis
The cost of a fire Wednesday at the public works yard on King Street West in Cobourg is still being assessed.
Damage is at least an estimated $500,000 following a fire at the public works yard in Cobourg.
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau will be visiting Rhino’s Roadhouse and might try a bit of ice fishing as well in Bewdley on Friday morning.
Westbound lanes of Highway 401 were shut down at Brighton following a tractor- trailer crash Monday.
Three people, including an OPP officer, were taken to hospital following a chain-reaction collision on the Highway 401 westbound lanes just west of the Lyle Street overpass on Saturday.
Emergency services check on the status of a driver and passenger of a car that was rear-ended on Oak Ridges Drive at Burnham Street North on Thursday Hamilton Township, south of Gores Landing. The vehicle was stopped when the other vehicle rear-ended it, causing it to spin into the intersection. One person was taken to the hospital with minor injur
A lone fisherman seemed to have Rice Lake all to himself as he ventured onto the ice east of Bewdley on Thursday.
James Barrie and other Port Hope parks department staff were starting to remove Christmas decorations from throughout Memorial Park and along the Rotary bridge on Thursday.
With the rain and mild weather, the outdoor rink in Cobourg has been temporarily closed until the temperature drops and the ice is safe to skate on.
The construction for the expansion of the canteen at the Cobourg Community Centre has started. It's expected the work will take approximately three weeks to complete as the canteen will be expanded into where the pro shop was formerly located. The pro shop has been moved to a temporary location while a new area is being constructed for it as well.
The annual Mayor’s Skate was held at the Cobourg Community Centre on Thursday evening.
Attendance was down for First Night celebrations Saturday in Cobourg on New Year’s Eve, most likely due to the inclement weather as rain came down for most of the event.
The former Park Theatre has been sold.
What started out as a simple gesture of goodwill at Christmas has carried on into its third year.
Emergency services were kept extremely busy due to icy conditions on roads in Northumberland County on Boxing Day.
The former Cobourg District Collegiate Institute (CDCI) West building has been sold, according to a sign on the property, but Kawartha Pine Ridge District School Board officials aren't releasing details at this time.