The Town of Cobourg’s recreation-and-culture division reminds all residents of the May 31 interactive community design charrette regarding the Waterfront User Needs Assessment and Detailed Design.
The Town of Cobourg has issued a press release advising residents that the Harden Street bridge will be closed to traffic due to construction, starting May 31.
This Saturday, May 27, R.C.L. Br.#30 in Port Hope is celebrating our 90th anniversary.
This month is the highlight for many birders, since it marks the return of those jewels of the forest, the wood warblers. As they return from wintering grounds in the tropics, these colourful, tiny birds can turn up anywhere.
The boating season is off to a busy start for the OPP, who have already investigated three boating fatalities this spring.
Northumberland County will have double the in-house hospice-bed capacity, thanks to provincial support for a new Community Care Northumberland Hospice Care Centre in West Northumberland.
Investigators from the province’s Special Investigations Unit are examining the circumstances surrounding the death of a 24-year-old woman inside a residence in Cobourg, according to a release issue Wednesday evening.
At the most recent committee-of-the-whole session, Port Hope council reviewed a hand-out from the Port Hope Public Library summarizing its year for 2016.
Jobs retained, communities enriched, power costs held down — good news on many fronts seems in store, following Thursday’s announcement that the contract Cameco holds to supply Bruce Power with nuclear fuel will be extended by 10 years through 2030.