By a difference of 229 votes, Mandy Martin has won the mayor’s race, becoming the first female head of council in Cramahe Township.
So many women cherish the “confidant” kind of relationship they enjoy with professionals who (in some cases) know them best – their salon professionals.
You may not have a therapy dog of your own, but you can support the good work they do by enjoying the Santa Claus For Paws fundraiser Nov. 24.
We already knew that John Henderson, who just wrapped up a term as deputy mayor, was acclaimed as the town’s mayor.
We already knew that mayor John Hogel had been acclaimed as no one challenged him for the seat.
Heading into the vote, councillor Bill Can was acclaimed as the mayor and fellow councillor Scott Jibb was acclaimed as the deputy mayor.
Brighton’s election results are in!
Bob Crate is now the mayor.
With John Henderson acclaimed as mayor in Cobourg, the deputy mayor race was one to follow.
General manager, Adam Yahn, says billeting hockey players can be very exciting and rewarding.
Cramahe Township’s only change to council comes to the mayor’s seat.
On October 20, the Cobourg Lakeshore Lions Club held their 4th Annual Poker Run Car Rally, Scavenger Hunt & Lionscache, which began and ended about three hours later, at the IOOF Building on Victoria Street, Cobourg.
Campbellford – Waiting for the results of the election, candidates and their friends and family and supporters gathered at the Clock Tower where Trent Hills Council holds one of its two monthly meetings.
A tribute to the music of Garth Brooks featuring the amazing Darren Brown.
Philip is seeking the nomination for the Conservative Party in the Northumberland-Peterborough South Riding.
Ostrander squeezes past Walas. Vink slams Rittwage.
Cramahe Township 2018 Municipal Election Results.
Only one vote separates Lees and Andrews!
Latchford cruises to Deputy Mayor position.
Voter turnout 27.7%.
Bill Cane (acclaimed)
Women make big gains in Cobourg Election.
Alderville First Nation Chief James R Marsden has told the News Now Network that he is concerned that his questions about Alderville road ownership and maintenance fees paid to Alnwick/Haldimand were not brought up at the only all-candidates event held before Monday’s election.