Some are calling it no budget at all – but the mayors of Port Hope and Cobourg aren't saying it that strongly.
Valerie MacDonald, Northumberland Today
The growing success of Northumberland County's Agri-Food Venture Centre was evidenced by a wide variety of food, condiment and beverage developers offering free samples at the Colborne facility this week.
Part of a large herd of sheep graze in a field on Academy Hill Road near Ste. Anne's Spa in Grafton.
Brighton's Chris Auger of "E" has developed his home-based, tea-based, ready-to-drink carbonated beverages to the point that his company is going into production at Northumberland County's Agri-Food Adventure Centre in Colborne this May. He was among a wide-ranging number of food, condiment and drink entrepreneurs sharing their freshly developed sa
The Port Hope Fair board is looking for volunteers, not just for the fall fair itself.
A tender will be going out soon to investigate elevated levels of ammonia in one of the Grafton Communal Water System's two wells, Alnwick/Haldimand councillors discussed at their most recent meeting.
The number of open-air fires and other fire incidents has dropped to 18 in 2016, from 26 in 2014, illustrating the positive impact of tightening up regulations around setting fires in Hamilton Township, Fire Chief Kelly Serson told councillors this week.
The same Toronto-based contractor who began building the first cell of the new low-level radioactive waste facility in Port Hope for $16-million last year is doing the next three cells, plus operating the site, with a further $100-million contract.
Northumberland County residents who signed 210 postcards asking for more resources for homeless people will be watching the federal government’s budget coming down today with a special interest.
Bees and the beekeeping industry in Northumberland and the province are still threatened despite legislation reducing the use of pesticides.
Plans continue to be made for the grand opening ceremony of the Immel House in Grafton as part of Alnwick/Haldimand Township’s Canada 150 celebration.
Hamilton Township was the only municipality in the county to respond to a request from the Northumberland Counselling Centre, executive director Janet Irvine told councillors at their meeting last week.
Alnwick/Haldimand Township will have four locations taking part in the Doors Open event being organized with Northumberland County this summer.
A brush fire that burned eight hours to heights reaching an estimated 30 feet at times, and sending smoke billowing into two Forest Hill Drive homes, was the reason Edward Lacika and Ron Smith went to Hamilton Township council last week.
Now that Northumberland County council has passed its long-range transportation plans, several initiatives will be undertaken related to County Road 28 and the impact on county and local roads from Highway 401, county transportation director Mo Pannu said in an interview.
As the provincial government looks to change the roles of early learning and associated services, a county spokesperson said, families in Northumberland County are being surveyed.
It may look like winter is continuing, but people meeting Saturday in Cobourg are focusing on the spring ahead with a seed exchange.
Despite two impassioned pleas by a pair of rural mayors and the support of Northumberland County's warden, a recorded vote resulted in no tax-ratio relief for Northumberland farmers this year.
A brush fire that burned eight hours to heights reaching 30 feet at times, sending smoke billowing into two Forest Hill Drive homes, was the reason Edward Lacika and Ron Smith went to Hamilton Township council Tuesday afternoon.
NORTHUMBERLAND —Northumberland MP Kim Rudd covered the west end of Northumberland with money Wednesday, handing out funding for young and old alike.