Northumberland County council voted at its July meeting to become Canada’s latest Blue Dot Movement proponent. Read more.
Supporters of the Brighton YMCA are expected to pack a local arena, for a special council meeting tonight (July 19). Read more.
With the budget year half-way through, Northumberland County council heard a progress report on 2018’s second quarter at its July meeting. Read more.
With summer in full swing, the Ganaraska Region Conservation Authority (GRCA) invites local parents to give the gift of nature and outdoor education to their children. Read more.
COBOURG — A man was arrested in the Cobourg Police Service parking lot after an officer saw him allegedly scratching symbols into the paint of a police vehicle. Read more.
COBOURG — A total of 16 teams took part in the Ontario Mixed Pairs Championships at the Cobourg Lawn Bowling Club on Saturday morning. Read more.
PORT HOPE — In just a few months it will be time for residents to cast their ballots and staff are gearing up to run a historic municipal election, using solely internet and telephone voting technology, says Brian Gilmer, municipal clerk and director of corporate services. Read more.
Dalewood Golf Club will be host to the Investors Group Ontario Senior Men’s Championship tournament. Read more.
The Alderville Black Oak Savanna Centre has expanded its turtle nesting protection program this year. Read more.
The PCs Throne Speech last week showed action being taken on election campaign promises made by Premier Doug Ford and PC candidates. One, in particular, that affects all Ontarians, is the cost of their hydro service. Read more.
Mayor Marc Coombs, on behalf of the Township of Cramahe Municipal Council, is pleased to announce that Arryn McNichol has accepted the position of Treasurer with the Township. Read more.
The kitchen was heating up at the Ontario Agri-Food Venture Centre (OAFVC) when a couple who live part-time near Warkworth, in Norham, Joel MacCharles and Dana Harrison, presented a workshop called “Well Preserved.” Read more.
Imposing fire bans should be consistent across Northumberland County, Alnwick/Haldimand’s new full-time fire chief Mark Diminie has told township councillors. Read more.
Campbellford – Longtime service awards were presented to many of the Trent Hills Firefighters at yesterday’s, (July 17), special council meeting, to honour their commitment to the community. Read more.
Campbellford – The Trent Hills Firefighters are now better equipped so they can do their job more safely as a volunteer when called to the scene of a fire. Read more.
Not much more than a year ago, St. Mary’s Church in Grafton was seriously considering taking down its steeple because of the steep repair costs involved in repairing it. Read more.
With an election due in October, Cobourg Council recently went through a long process to review Council Salaries but finally decided to reject the Ad Hoc Committee recommendations and approved significant increases. Read more.
Cobourg police made a quick arrest of man they say was defacing a police cruiser on Tuesday morning. Read more.
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