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PETE FISHER / Northumberland Today A car traveling northbound on Division Street in Hamilton Township at about 8 p.m. on Dec. 16 went off the road and struck a hydro pole at the intersection of Danforth Road. The pole appeared to be broken from the impact. The driver was taken to hospital with what were believed to be non-life-threatening injuries. Northumberland OPP are still investigating.

Car strikes hydro pole

A car traveling northbound on Division Street in Hamilton Township at about 8 p.m. on Dec. 16 went off the road and struck a hydro pole at the intersection of Danforth Road. The pole appeared to be broken from the impact.

Marc Coombs

Cramahe Council portfolios announced

Starting this year, Cramahe Council will be moving to a councillor co-ordinator format. This will be new for both Council and staff but is used successfully at other municipalities, both lower tier such as us and at the County level.

Charles Beale

Warkworth: the very old and very new

An anonymous poem, "A peaceful village surrounded by hills, where cedar and pine trees grow, the fragrance of lilacs greet the spring, in autumn, maples steal the show" is included in Reflections of Percy Township by author George M. Grant and the Warkworth - Percy Historical Society that was published for the millennium.

Eileen and Ken Lawrenson display daughter Christine Clancy as Miss September in the original Calendar Girls calendar from 2000. They were special guests in January at the opening night of the Northumberland Players dinner theatre production based on the 2003 movie. CECILIA NASMITH Northumberland Today

Look back at our community in 2014

The approach of a new year is often a time of reflection on the last 12 months. Here's a look back at some of the issues that touched our community in 2014.

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