Trent Hills Mayor Hector Macmillan has died.
Pete Fisher, Northumberland Today
Municipality of Port Hope firefighters spent last weekend participating in their annual live-fire training exercise, held at the Ontario Power Generation Wesleyville Fire Rescue Training Academy.
Flames engulf a car at Jim Reed's home on Burnham Street north of Dale Road. Reed said he had recently gotten rid of a number of vehicles, but decided on keeping this car against his wife's wishes. When he started the car he saw smoke and flames coming from underneath the car and called 9-1-1.
Kerri Tadeu found a Canadian flag found along the Colborne stretch of Highway 401. Tadeau was joined by cleaning up interchanges along the Highway of Heroes from Trenton to Keele Street in Toronto by two veterans of Afghanistan, Master Cpl. (Retired) Collin Fitzgerald and Cpl. Nick Kerr, spending 11.5 hours a day cleaning up garbage along the highw
For a dedicated trio, it’s about SerViCe to their country, the fallen and their families.
A new Canadian Coast Guard ship has arrived in Cobourg, along with a new captain and a new crew member.
EXCLUSIVE - A Port Hope Police officer has been suspended and is facing several Police Services Act charges following an investigation.
Police officers in Port Hope will soon be equipped with the naloxone nasal spray Narcan that could save a person's life from a opioid overdose.
Two passengers on board - one adult and one child - were able to get to safety before a school bus stuck on tracks was hit by a train west of Colborne on Monday morning.
A passion for fishing has developed into reality videos of Ian West’s daily life.
Four more community organizations in Northumberland are now equipped with life-saving technology thanks to the volunteer fundraising activities of Northumberland Paramedics.
Local angler Ian West says it’s time Canada gets up-to-date on fishing regulations.
The new Colborne Emergency Services Base is getting high praise from both Northumberland County Paramedics and the Cramahe Township Fire Department.
The fleet of Cobourg plows and sanders are still being repaired following a fire on Jan. 11.
A man’s life was saved due to the quick action Trinity College School arena staff and others around him after he went into cardiac arrest early Saturday afternoon.
The Northumberland Humane Society will host a microchip clinic for the public on Sunday, Jan. 29 beginning at 10 a.m.
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.