NORTHUMBERLAND — Health unit staff are urging residents to take precautions after confirming a batch of mosquitoes tested positive for the West Nile virus.
Campellford – Yesterday, Aug. 13, the provincial government announced its cannabis retail model, something head shop owners like Wayne Matheson of CannaDaze has been waiting for for a long time.
Hastings – Members of St. George’s Anglican Church have been sending rubber ducks down the raceway in Hastings as a fundraiser since 1995. There are fewer birds now, 135 compared to 150 originally, “because we’ve lost some ducks,” organizer Phyllis Donnelly said.
Norwood – Kim Rudd Member of Parliament for Northumberland-Peterborough South, announced yesterday, Aug. 13, that the Norwood Public Library has received $28,389 in financial support through the Enabling Accessibility Fund (EAF) to improve accessibility for Canadians with disabilities.
Families and friends brought their lawn chairs and blankets down to Port Hope Memorial Park for an outdoor movie on Wed July 18th.
Up until now, there had been only one All-Candidates meeting/debate scheduled and that was by a joint effort of the CTA and Northumberland 89.7 on October 10 – but now it has been cancelled.
Over 150 cyclists from across eastern Canada took park in the Ontario Cup Criterium Finale in Cobourg on Saturday, August 11, 2018.
Two collisions involving bicycles occurred earlier this week.
Hastings – The Hastings Fibre Festival has become an integral part of the fabric of the village as it celebrated its 9th annual gathering, held yesterday, Friday, Aug. 10, at the Civic Centre.
On July 20, The Port Hope Racquet Club held their Annual Charity Round Robin Tournament at TCS tennis courts in Port Hope.
Friday (Aug 10) marked a day in history, as Hamilton Township hosted their 1st Marriage ceremony in the Council Chambers.
The Ontario SPCA is encouraging businesses across the province to take part in its No Hot Pets campaign.
Malcolm is the new Manager of Health and Social Services for Alderville.
Pipe testing is taking place within the Township of Hamilton.
As we draw closer and closer to the October 17th implementation of legal marijuana, more questions are coming to light about how it will all work.
As Northumberland Players launches its 2018-2019 season, it kicks off with three plays that are part of Cobourg’s big Armistice 18 celebration.
Brighton — When electors assess this council’s performance over the past four years, Steven Baker asks they not dwell on the skirmishes that have taken place.
Cramahe Township — Ken Awender is not one to give up. He’s making a third attempt at being elected councillor.
CRAMAHE TOWNSHIP — Jim Williams served eight years as deputy mayor before being ousted in the past election, and he’s looking to get back his seat on council when voters go to the polls in October.
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Cramahe Township — The municipality now knows where repairs are needed in Colborne’s sanitary sewer system.
COBOURG — A woman has been charged with assault with a weapon.
BeaverTails, a Canadian-based chain of pastry stands, now has a location at The Big Apple in Colborne.
COBOURG — About 125 of the best cyclists descended on downtown Cobourg Saturday.
The Arts Festival joined the Port Hope Farmer’s Market on Saturday, August 11, 2018.