Jacob Mercer, 9, Aida Currelly, 8, and Louise Bernard, 6, along with principal Jennifer Sampson from Ganaraska Trail Public School proudly display their anti-bullying t-shirts on Wednesday in Port Hope. The t-shirt project was initiated by Grade 3 teacher Eugenia Cairns and child and youth worker Dawn Sears as a way to include Port Hope school's st
During another nice day in Cobourg, Jason Maloney from Ajax soars in the air with a hydrofoil kiteboard on Thursday. Maloney later ran into problems outside the Cobourg harbour and Northumberland OPP and Cobourg Fire Department responded after a friend helped Maloney to shore by Lake Street. Maloney was given a $420 fine for not having a proper flo
The monetary amount of building permits issued last year in Hamilton Township was significantly down from the previous three years, a year-end report reveals.
“Why are so many Canada Geese flying over my house these days? Sometimes they are flying south, sometimes north. Are they confused?”
At 81-years-old, Les McAllister still enjoys the thrill of competition.
It was a nightmare Stephanie Percival thought would happen. And it did.
Patricia Carpenter, who was just 14 when she died in 1992, lies in a grave between her father and her grandmother in a cemetery on Alderville First Nation land near Roseneath.
Port Hope's Kenneth Bray is $100,000 richer after playing Encore on the Jan. 27 Lotto Max draw, OLG announced Friday in a media release.
Paramedics and firefighters help the driver of a vehicle after it collided with a pickup truck in a parking lot on Strathy Road shortly after 11 a.m. on Wednesday in Cobourg. Witnesses said the car was exiting a parking lot on the west side of Strathy Road when it suddenly accelerated over five lanes of traffic up and over a curb, smashing into an