COBOURG, Ont. (24/04/17) - Coco Kelly from WWF Canada, community co-ordinators Kelly Morris and Waylon Morris, Panda, Alberta WWF Canada, Councillor Louise Ferrie- Blecher and Deputy Mayor Greg Burns pose for a photo in the Mayor of Port Hope's chair. On Sunday, June 11, the Kids’ Run For Nature will take place at the Town Agricultural Park in Port
Prescribed burns to encourage habitat restoration are taking place this week throughout parts of Northumberland County.
A spokesperson for the Northumberland Coalition Against Poverty has spoken out against Ontario's basic-income pilot projects announced Monday by the Kathleen Wynne government.
COBOURG — After 40 years of business, Manfred Schumann, owner of Paper Lace, will sadly be closing the doors at the end of the month.
COBOURG — Young people aged 15 to 29 are invited to a Student-Youth Job Fair May 2 at Watton Employment Services Inc.
A new Canadian Coast Guard ship has arrived in Cobourg, along with a new captain and a new crew member.
Driving at more than twice the posted speed limit has resulted in a stunt-driving charge.
East Northumberland Secondary School is not only the top high-school fundraiser for the Terry Fox Foundation among Kawartha Pine Ridge District Board of Education schools — it's also fourth-highest among high schools across Ontario.
COBOURG, Ont. (24/04/17) - Gladys Martin, VIA Rail ticket agent, Joel Webb and Janet Debiasi VIA Rail locomotive engineers, stand at the Operation Lifesaver booth located at the Cobourg VIA Rail Station. April 24th marks the first day of Rail Safety Week put on by Operation Lifesaver who is partnered with the Railway Association of Canada and Trans