NORTHUMBERLAND — Three arrests have been made following the murder of a 43-year-old Trent River resident.
NORTHUMBERLAND — When Danby Appliances started looking for a location to assemble its latest product, the Parcel Guard, it just made sense to do it in Cobourg.
The Port Hope Police Service has issued letters to several businesses in town regarding the illegal sales of cannabis and cannabis-based products.
NORTHUMBERLAND — The OPP have charged a man with possession of cocaine and failing to comply with probation following a traffic stop in Alnwick-Haldimand Township.
Exclusive – The Sweet Water Country Music Festival that has been running for 16 years in Cobourg is history.
New transitional care option available to eligible patients awaiting long-term care in hospital, thanks to temporary local partnership
At a scheduled press conference several issues were identified by the participating panel based on the Situation Critical Report produced by the Ontario Health Coalition.
During the week of February 4th, 2019, representatives from the Long-Term Care sector from across Canada convened in Ottawa to advocate for seniors’ care.
Just hours after a man in Cobourg was scammed out of $1,600, the same suspects may have been responsible for a similar occurrence in Durham Region.
MP Kim Rudd has provided a media release on the latest changes to the Canada Pension Plan.
Two Shows in One at the Campbellford Library through March 26.
Schools across the Kawartha Pine Ridge District School Board (KPR) are taking part in a variety of events to recognize the significant contributions of Black Canadians during Black History Month.
Fire Chief Kelly Serson says it’s easy to do – just go online, enter some basic information, pay the fee and you’ve got a burn permit!
Police say that at around 7:30 p.m., officers on patrol noticed a man they knew had warrants for his arrest held by the Cobourg Police Service.
A malfunctioning dishwasher is being blamed for a recent fire.
Residents of Port Hope and area are being advised that the Jack Burger Sports Complex is back up and running after a fire on Tuesday evening (Feb 5).
Northumberland County says that while crews are making every effort to fulfill the collection schedule, some residents may experience a delay in waste and recycling removal.
Northumberland OPP say that shortly after 3 a.m. yesterday (Feb 6), they were called to a home in Colborne in response to domestic dispute.
Northumberland Hills Hospital announces a temporary local partnership that promises to alleviate a long-standing problem shared by so many Ontario hospitals.
The Cannabis facility occupying the old Kraft plant is owned and operated by FV Pharma Inc. a wholly owned subsidiary of FSD Pharma Inc.
In a planned rework of Advisory committees, the concept of Sustainability was moved from the Planning and Sustainability Advisory Committee and incorporated in every committee.
Graham Beer sits down with David Piccini, MPP and Parliamentary Assistant to the Minister of Training, Colleges, and Universities to discuss the recent changes to OSAP (3:00), relief to local healthcare (20:00) and the future of our riding (24:05).
NORTHUMBERLAND — Members of the Northumberland OPP arrested a man from Cramahe Township after responding to a domestic dispute.
University Student and Cobourg Media Host Graham Beer sits down with MPP David Piccini to discuss the recent changes to OSAP, relief to local healthcare and the future of our riding.
School bus drivers with Campeau Bus Lines — a company which serves Peterborough and the surrounding area — could be holding a strike vote on Thursday.