Northumberland’s Biggest Coffee Morning on June 11 will celebrate the lives of three extraordinary members of the community who passed away within the past year.
Cobourg is putting prime spots up for grabs by three lucky youth entrepreneurs this summer.
The bright colours of textile artist Sheree Rasmussen’s work will herald spring at the Art Gallery of Northumberland from March 12 to April 26.
March 22 will be a Night of Blues in Port Hope.
In many forms, homelessness exists in Northumberland. This three-part story explores several aspects.
With safety the foremost consideration, organizers of the annual Float Your Fanny Down The Ganny race have called a two-week delay on the event — to April 19 from its previously scheduled date of April 5.
The Metro company announced this month that its store at Cobourg’s Northumberland Mall has achieved the highest customer-satisfaction rating among its Eastern Ontario region for this quarter.
The Northumberland Central Chamber of Commerce honoured the best in local business last week at the Cobourg Business Achievement awards.
Cobourg Police Constable Marc Bellemere speaks with the driver of a Dodge Ram pickup truck that collided with a student in Cobourg, on Thursday.
United Way recently provided a grant of $1500 to Art de Triomphe to assist them in offering their Outreach Program.