A woman who panicked when she smelled smoke in her home was surprised to learn she had the wrong number when she called 9-1-1.
The generous students at Port Hope High School hope that their example will inspire others in a time of rising demand for programs that support those living in need.
Grade 6 students at Ganaraska Trail Public School in Port Hope including (front, from left) Rachel Madgett, Darah Smith, (back) Emily Spencer and Jordan Maple show some of the hand-made items they sold during a recent fundraiser.
At least some of today's class time at Trinity College School will involve sharing Week Without Walls experiences they have had this week in the community.
Port Hope's Ward 2 sent a message to Town Hall Wednesday when the farming community rallied at the building in tractors and other farm machinery.
What started out as a get-together amongst friends turned into something that will become an annual event.
Retirement parties are a time of sad goodbyes and best wishes — and apparently that doesn't change if the honoured retiree is very short with silky white fur.
Pat Cork seals part of the outdoor rink on Albert Street in Cobourg before workers start flooding the surface. With a steady dip in the temperature, workers say the rink should be ready for skating by the weekend if all goes according to plan and Mother Nature co-operates.
She was new to town, she was not well, but that didn't stop Adrienne Lotton from finding a way to volunteer.