After celebrating the official opening of the new joint municipal fire/county ambulance facility in Cramahe Township earlier this year, Northumberland County councillors have awarded a RFP for a similar joint venture in Alnwick/Haldimand and agreed to pursue the same thing in Trent Hills.
Valerie MacDonald, Northumberland Today
Avril Bull-Jones started Av’s Art & Adventure Camp 25 years ago for her own children.
The 2015-17 band council members of Alderville First Nation were returned to office in an election held earlier this month.
Negative feedback from residents is the main reason Hamilton Township council decided this week against leasing a site at the Baltimore Park to permit SBA Canada to erect a telecommunications tower.
Upping sales tax to 14% on goods and services from the existing 13% to generate more revenue to pay for county and municipal services and infrastructure was supported by Northumberland County councillors Wednesday.
Former police officer and Hamilton Township Deputy Mayor Gary Woods asked that council support letting people know that the consultation period for matters surrounding the legalization of cannabis in Ontario is fast approaching.
Rainfall and temperature may be responsible for there being more mosquitoes around this year than last, says a health inspector with the Haliburton, Kawartha, Pine Ridge District Health Unit.
With the next provincial election less than a year away, just two potential candidates have announced their aspirations to represent their respective parties in the new riding of Northumberland-Peterborough South.
Hamilton Township Councillor Scott Jibb and its former building official is advising a property owner wanting to build a retirement house to look at creating a long laneway as opposed to upgrading a seasonal township road for access.
A letter-writing campaign to stop the whopping 13,500% increase in water bottle companies’ provincial water-taking fees started with workers worried about the impact on their jobs, says Grafton’s Ice River Springs co-owner Sandy Gott.
Monarchs were the big attraction at Kathryn McHolm’s In a Garden art and gardening event in Welcome this past weekend.
A new bursary was added this year to the four which have been given out annually to area high school students from the Marie Dressler Foundation and Vintage Film Festival over the past 25 years.
The more than $16.5-million construction costs for a new bridge to cross the Trent River in Campbellford is a major undertaking in Northumberland County’s transportation plans – and phased construction will begin in five years.
The Punk Rock Produce Community and Demonstration Garden that sprang up on John Street in Port Hope last year is expanding – not only with other food-bank supporting gardens in the area, but around the world.
Longtime Welcome resident, gardener and artist Kathryn McHolm is opening her garden to the public for the 24th year this weekend.
“Absolute shock” is how the spokesperson for a Port Hope citizens’ group describes a recent Court of Appeal decision concerning a trust fund and residents of the former Hope Township.
A presentation to allow ATV riders to use roadways to reach trails, fuel, accommodation, restaurants and other businesses in Hamilton Township got mixed reviews from the councillors Tuesday.
For the first time, Habitat for Humanity Northumberland is taking part in the Jimmy and Rosalynn Carter Work Project.
The official groundbreaking for affordable and market housing development (a total of 31 units at 86 Munroe St., Cobourg) took place with all levels of government and the private developer attending the event Monday morning.
The Northumberland District ATV Riders Club is lobbying local rural municipalities to implement specialty bylaws to establish a continual trail across the county that includes roadways.