The federal election may seem far away, but there’s another important vote before then.
The Conservation Review Board is having a Hearing in the Port Hope Council Chambers to review 65 Ward Street Designation.
Cobourg Police were called downtown after an alleged domestic incident.
With winter weather already hitting us, and more in the forecast, it’s important to keep safe driving habits in mind.
It was a gal’s night gone wild at Dalewood.
Campbellford – The documentary entitled “Dr. Hobart’s Final Flight” created by film composer Andy Thompson, will be premiering at The Aron Theatre in support of the Campbellford Memorial Hospital, (CMH) on Wednesday, Feb. 27.
With snow in the forecast over the next couple days, Northumberland County would like to remind residents to avoid shoveling snow over the ends of culverts, which blocks the flow of water through ditches and can cause flooding.
The Transportation Safety Board continues to investigate an incident where a VIA train struck object/s just east of Brighton on February 2, 2019 injuring three workers.
Brighton – Brighton’s youngest hockey players will get to play on the same ice as the Belleville Senators before the American Hockey League team takes on the Cleveland Monsters this Saturday at the CAA Arena.
PORT HOPE — A public meeting for the proposed extension of Pemberton Drive has been scheduled for later this month.
NORTHUMBERLAND — Facing a projected $35,000 shortfall, the United Way is calling on the community for help.
PORT HOPE — The Jack Burger Sports Complex is almost back to normal after a “minor fire” in a family change room at the facility.
NORTHUMBERLAND — Residents venturing outside in Northumberland will have to contend with some closures this afternoon and this evening as a result of the weather.
COBOURG — Greg Jillings lived and breathed to play ball, his friends and family say.
The East Northumberland Secondary School girls curling team is moving on to the Ontario School Curling Championships being held in Pembroke, Ont., Feb. 14-16, after winning a spot at the qualifying event hosted recently in Brighton.
Campbellford — The staff flu vaccination rate at Campbellford Memorial Hospital jumped by 25.7 per cent this winter, the largest increase among all five hospitals who took part in the health unit’s first-ever “Let’s Fight Flu Challenge”.
Cramahe Township – Residents in Lakeport have banded together to try to prevent a $10 million cannabis production facility (CPF) from operating in their community.
Cramahe Township — Council did not act quickly when it gave a letter of support to Sharpshooter Industries Inc. last year, its members say.
COBOURG — A woman has been arrested for domestic assault, say police.
This was always meant to be temporary. The Northumberland Hub website will stop publishing on February 15, 2019, with its last edition appearing that morning. The email newsletter will also cease at that time. The Hub was meant to be a tool to help those people who were looking for local news sources online. And, …
PORT HOPE — Council has approved its 2019 operating and capital budgets.
Trent Hills — Fire destroyed a barn and more than 300 bales of hay and straw at a dairy farm east of Campbellford last Friday afternoon.
A Detroit man owes his life to the Cramahe Fire Department after a dramatic rescue on Lake Ontario on Friday, February 7, 2019.
The lines are crooked, there are no boards, most times you have to search for pucks.
Northumberland Hills Hospital president and chief executive officer Linda Davis received assurances from Northumberland-Peterborough South MPP David Piccini that he would continue to meet with them on local health and health-care priorities.