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  • Clean-up continues
    Clean-up continues on Brook Creek after approximately 4,500 litres of diesel fuel spilled at Brookside Youth Centre earlier this week in Cobourg.
  • Suspense novel explores layers of betrayal
    Just in time to offer a gripping summer read, Colborne author Eric Wright has released his new suspense novel Riptide.
  • Celebrate animals Saturday
    The Northumberland Humane Society invites you to bring your pet to Victoria Park Saturday for a celebration called the Animals R Us festival.
  • Learn more about Father of Confederation Aug. 2
    Cobourg’s traditional tribute to James Cockburn is planned for Aug. 2, with a special bonus: a children's book on Cobourg's own Father of Confederation by a local artist.
  • Application could bring funding for trail repair
    County council has approved the plan to apply for funding to the National Trails Coalition to construct a safer trail up Lookout Mountain in the Northumberland Forest north of Baltimore.
  • One dog returned to owner
    One of a pair of dogs which serves a medical therapeutic role in a Cobourg family is back home – but not the other, says the dogs' owner, Ian Jacobs.
  • Wounded Soldiers explores time when mental illness not taken seriously
    There are different ways to be damaged and we should respect that, says the co-writer of Wounded Soldiers, 4th Line Theatre's latest show which premieres early next month.
  • Cobourg cop is golden
    A Cobourg Police officer has come home from the North American Emergency Service Games with two gold medals.
  • Jeff and Sheri Easter at LPC Saturday
    Gospel music greats Jeff and Sheri Easter return to Lakeshore Pentecostal Camp Saturday for a 7:30 p.m. performance.
  • Frankly, Schultz
    Frank Sinatra came to Port Hope last week through the magnetic voice, talent and persona of Port Hope native Albert Schultz, pictured here as he makes his way to the ...
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The Burd Report

Updated at 1:30 p.m.
  • Sometimes people tell me to get a life
    posted by the Publisher: Have you ever had projects you have started that assume lives of their own? This one of mine has. Six and a half years ago, in ...
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Northumberland View

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Cramahe Now

Updated at 1:49 a.m.
  • ENSS track near completion
    Retired secondary school teacher Tim Larry sent us this photo of the nearly completed track and field complex at East Northumberland Secondary School in Brighton. Tim was one of the ...
  • Tip Top open houses July 26
    Come out and visit Tip Top Realty’s two open houses this Sat. July 26 - 450 Blyth Park Rd from 10:30 a.m. – 12:30 p.m. and the cottage at 81 ...

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