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Ratepayers host mayoralty candidates

Bob Chatten, Julie Mavis, John Floyd, John Bickle, Jamie Manuel Castillo, Bob Sanderson and Paul Andrus lined up onstage at Port Hope High School last week to tell voters why they should be Port Hope’s next mayor.

DAVE ABEL / QMI Agency Grace Bowen of Grafton was the guest of Canadian hockey legend Hayley Wickenheiser Saturday at the Sony Centre for Performing Arts in Toronto when Wickenheiser was inducted into Canada's Walk of Fame. Nine-year-old Grace was diagnosed with osteosarcoma in April. She's a lifelong hockey fan and a mutual friend's request for Wickenheiser to give Grace an autograph has led to a lasting friendship.

Grace-ing the Walk of Fame

Grace Bowen of Grafton was the guest of Canadian hockey legend Hayley Wickenheiser Saturday at the Sony Centre for Performing Arts in Toronto when Wickenheiser was inducted into Canada's Walk of Fame.

PETE FISHER / Northumberland Today Rural Northumberland has broad expanses of trees which are especially beautiful in autumn.

Glorious colours

Autumn brings out a rich palette of colours in Northumberland County, making a trip through the countryside a pleasure.

Mark Walas

Brighton candidates - in their own words

Northumberland Today offered candidates in the municipal election the chance to answer five questions for our readers, in their own words. The response to each question could be up to 150 words in length and will appear unedited and unchanged, except for length.

Dalton McDonald

Alnwick / Haldimand candidates - in their own word

Northumberland Today offered candidates in the municipal election the chance to answer five questions for our readers, in their own words. The response to each question could be up to 150 words in length and will appear unedited and unchanged, except for length.

Hector Macmillan

Trent Hills candidates - in their own words

Northumberland Today offered candidates in the municipal election the chance to answer five questions for our readers, in their own words. The response to each question could be up to 150 words in length and will appear unedited and unchanged, except for length.

Cramahe Township candidates - in their own words

Northumberland Today offered candidates in the municipal election the chance to answer five questions for our readers, in their own words. The response to each question could be up to 150 words in length and will appear unedited and unchanged, except for length.

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