As rumours of Prime Minister Stephen Harper dropping the federal election writ this weekend swirl around, two more in a series of federal grant announcements this week were made Thursday in the west end of Northumberland.
The Municipality of Port Hope has imposed a burn ban in view of the extremely dry and hot conditions.
The Municipality of Port Hope and CUPE Local 749 have ratified a Memorandum of Settlement constituting agreement of all matters in discussion between the Municipality and the Union.
Boil Water Advisory is now in place for urban residents in the Municipality of Brighton who rely on the municipal drinking water system.
With another long weekend coming up, during a season in which tens of thousands of Ontario families and tourists are expected to visit Cobourg's beach, parks and playgrounds, the Town of Cobourg reminds everyone that there are rules.
Back in the early 1950s, young people who participated in all the activities of the army cadet corps in their communities learned many things including responsible discipline and the strength of service to the country by the Royal Canadian Legion.
Tyler Woodland of Baltimore chose Squeezy's ice-cold lemonade to cool off with at the 47th annual Downtown Cobourg Sidewalk Sale, but there are lots of options for shopping, entertainment and treats over the four-day event.
Cobourg Marina staff are trying to discourage geese from congregating on lawns and public walkways after several complaints from citizens.
"Hello children! Just another reminder that according to a city bylaw you can't sell worms. In addition, you can't eat worms. Also we are banning the sale of gummy worms from the candy store! And another thing, if your puppy has worms we are going to take him away, too!"