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PETE FISHER PHOTOGRAPHY A man was taken to hospital with what are described as non-life-threatening injuries after he was struck by a car while riding his bicycle on County Road 10 north of Port Hope on Friday evening. The car was traveling south on County Road 10, just north of Welcome, in heavy fog when the collision occurred. The cyclist was not wearing a helmet and did not have any lights on the bicycle at the time. He was thrown onto the shoulder of the road and the bicycle he was riding was thrown approximately seven metres. Neither the driver nor the car's passenger was injured.

Cyclist struck by car

A man was taken to hospital with what are described as non-life-threatening injuries after he was struck by a car while riding his bicycle on County Road 10 north of Port Hope on Friday evening.

New traffic laws in effect Tuesday

With new road safety regulations coming into effect on Tuesday, Ontario drivers are being reminded they could face hefty fines if caught disobeying traffic laws.

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Leadership Council will benefit Agri-Food centre

The creation of a Leadership Council bringing together The Ontario East Wardens’ Conference, including Northumberland, and the Eastern Ontario Mayors Committee of separate cities in order to implement an Eastern Ontario economic development strategy will help focus attention on the county’s Agri-Food Venture Centre located in Colborne, says Northum

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