Knitters, spinners, weavers, and anyone who otherwise enjoys working with fibres is invited to historic Port Hope for The Gathering on April 11.
For nine-year-old Ella Watson of Baltimore, the only thing nicer than knowing her beautifully crafted neckerchiefs are being worn by dozens of local dogs is knowing that proceeds help support the Northumberland Humane Society.
Twenty-one names from Northumberland Hills Hospital are on the new Ontario Ministry of Finance Public Sector Salary Disclosure, popularly known as the Sunshine List.
The Port Hope Panthers will face the Alliston Hornets in the Ontario Hockey Association Schmalz Cup junior 'C' semifinals.
World champion snooker player Cliff Thorburn took on seven locals throughout the day Sunday at Cobourg Legion Branch 133.
Despite the provincial Liberal government's plan to eliminate the hydro debt from electrical bills, the overall cost will still go up for most home owners, says the opposition.
Professor Elwood Pricklethorn (aka Warren Hoselton) visited students in Grades 2 and 3 at St. Michael Catholic Elementary School in Cobourg on Friday, March 27.
One person was taken to hospital after falling from a ladder while working on a home on McMurdo Drive in Cobourg on Friday, March 27. The Ministry of Labour was contacted, but it's not believed the worker suffered serious injuries.
Patricia Sinnott, who was a Port Hope municipal election candidate this past fall, has now put her hat into the federal political ring with her announcement to seek the Green Party candidacy for the new riding of Northumberland-Peterborough South.