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  • Brighton man missing
    Northumberland Ontario Provincial Police is seeking the public’s assistance in locating a man who has been reported missing.
  • Brocanier seeks re-election
    Gil Brocanier announced Tuesday morning that he will seek a second term as mayor for the Town of Cobourg in this fall's municipal election.
  • Closer to new OP
    Northumberland County will cover the costs of appeals involving municipalities that might arise as they bring their own Official Plans into compliance with the counties.The motion passed unanimously at the ...
  • Complaints made to M of E
    The flooding of water from a Baltimore-area solar farm is not only adversely affecting some nearby neighbours but those living 40-plus kilometres miles away near a gravel pit where the ...
  • Closer to new OP in Northumberland
    The flooding of water from a Baltimore-area solar farm is not only adversely affecting some nearby neighbours but those living 40-plus kilometres miles away near a gravel pit where the ...
  • Next court date set for ex-curator
    The former director / curator of the Art Gallery of Northumberland charged with fraud, theft and forgery related to her work at the gallery was not present at her first ...

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