Northumberland Hills Hospital reminds local high-school students of the Feb. 15 deadline to apply for this year’s Health Professions Scholarship.
It’s crunch time and we need your help! We’d love to say that we’re on pace to meet this year’s goal of $848,000, unfortunately, this isn’t the case.
A winter storm watch is in effect across Northumberland County.
You can get a free tree sapling from Northumberland County and the Ganaraska Region Conservation Authority.
The Conservation Review Board is having a Hearing in the Port Hope Council Chambers to review 65 Ward Street Designation.
An initiative that began in small town Ontario is now spreading across the County- but local pets still need your help.
The Police Budget was presented to Council on February 7 and as measured by Cobourg’s Treasurer, the increase in spending for 2019 will be 1.42%.
The idea of Downtown Vitalization for Cobourg first started in 2011 with the first plan produced July 2013.
As winter inches toward spring each year, the Town of Cobourg invites expressions of interest on decorating donated pianos that, once summer arrives, will grace the downtown and harbourfront as street pianos.
The Town of Cobourg and the Ontario Ministry of Transportation have retained Stantec Consulting Ltd. to undertake work toward a new Highway 401 interchange near Nagle Road in the Town of Cobourg and Township of Hamilton.
Following the passage of the new Procedural Bylaw Feb. 4, the Town of Cobourg has issued a press release spotlighting important amendments that took effect.
The Town of Cobourg is proud to announce that its communications department and community-services division were honoured with a prestigious AVA Digital Gold Award for their work on the Armistice 18 digital marketing and communications campaign.
Beginning in January of this year members of the Northumberland Community Street Crime Unit (CSCU) of the Ontario Provincial Police (OPP) entered into a drug trafficking investigation.
Little Ray’s Nature Centre, Soper Creek Wildlife, and the Foundation for Animal Rescue are bringing you a not to be missed event February 8, 9 and 10 at the Cobourg Community Center.
That’s according to the Northumberland Hills Association of Realtors and the Canadian Real Estate Association.
Northumberland OPP say they pulled over a silver sedan on the eastbound 401 in Alwnwick-Haldimand Township just before 2 a.m. on the 6th.
On Monday January 28, a Cobourg Police Officer observed a motor vehicle speeding in a Community Safety Zone, stopping the vehicle on Nickerson Drive.
Campbellford – Promised Land Animal Sanctuary, a safe haven for animals that have been neglected, abused or forgotten, is also a retreat called Bed Yoga Breakfast, where people can re-energize themselves and enjoy an “experience” vacation.
Trent River – The OPP today released information that three men have been charged as a result of an investigation into the murder of a man in Trent River.
Clarington firefighters were called out to a transport fire on the eastbound lanes of Highway 401 in the municipality of Port Hope just east of East Townline Road at approximately 6:30 p.m.
The Cobourg Police Services Board is pleased to announce the appointment of Doctor Ronald Kerr to the Cobourg Police Services Board as its’ newest member.
COBOURG — Having just celebrated their one year anniversary, the staff at the Factory, a mixed use co-working location, have announced a new series of monthly programs for members.
NORTHUMBERLAND — The Northumberland Community Street Crime Unit has seized digital scales, three ounces of cocaine and cash in Colborne.
COBOURG — The town’s communications department and community services division has won the AVA Digital Gold Award for their Armistice18 digital marketing and communications campaign.
COBOURG — The Ministry of Transportation (MTO) and town have started a planning, preliminary design and class environmental assessment study on Hwy. 401 for a new interchange near Nagle Road, in the Town of Cobourg and the Township of Hamilton.