The cancellation of court sessions in Port Hope has freed up space at town hall, and Councillor Louise Ferrie Blecher is delighted with the suggestion in a report from director of corporate services Brian Gilmer on how to make use of it.
The removal of the current 30-plus-year-old Bailey bridge on Barrett Street will be a military operation, bringing Department of National Defence accommodation tents, field-kitchen and headquarters tents to Port Hope.
With three successful summers behind it, the Youth Entrepreneur Partnership has been brought back by the town of Cobourg's economic-development department.
Some are calling it no budget at all – but the mayors of Port Hope and Cobourg aren't saying it that strongly.
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.
The Cobourg Community Centre was evacuated Wednesday night, after a fire was intentionally set inside the men’s upstairs washroom.
The pure joy of competition — regardless of winning or losing — underlay the recent 2017 Ontario 55+ Winter Games in Cobourg.
The Town of Cobourg is inviting residents in the vicinity of Cobourg Creek and Peace Park — as well as all fishers and other interested parties — to a March 28 public-information session and discussion on fishing in Cobourg Creek.
Here we are at the end of March and, like they say, “In like a Lion out like a Rotarian." (You'll see why later.)
Peterborough Victoria Northumberland and Clarington Catholic District School Board is looking for valuable feedback from its school communities in Northumberland.