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Updated at 2:34 p.m.
  • First look at Cobourg Sobey's plans
    In August 2015, Sobey’s bought Cobourg’s Foodland Supermarket on Division street and announced plans to expand it. The original plans were submitted then put on hold but now Sobey’s is ...
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  • Too many solar farms going in under the radar
    There are too many solar farms being built in the area west and south of Rice Lake in Northumberland County that few know anything about, says long-time Campbellcroft-area farmer John ...
  • Muslim canvassers will circulate Sunday
    Cobourg, Port Hope and Brighton are among the communities that will be covered in a Sunday iniative by the Ahmadiyya Muslin Youth Association.
  • Grafton Legion sends out Foote Notes
    February was another great month at the Grafton Legion, according to the monthly Foote Notes newsletter from Branch 598 (the Lt. Col. John W. Foote VC CD branch).
  • Cobourg declares 55+ Games a success
    Cobourg council officially put the highly successful Ontario 55+ Senior Games behind them this week with a last thank-you to committee co-chairs Eugene Todd and Paul Allen.
  • Joseph and the Amazing Technicolour Dreamcoat
    When I first heard that Northumberland Players was going to stage this production at The Capitol Theatre I thought, “Have I not been there, done that?” This musical seems to ...
  • New LHIN member is Port Hope RN
    After years without a Northumberland representative on the board of the Central East Local Health Integration Network, a Port Hope registered nurse who has spent her career dealing with seniors ...
  • Cobourg loses a cultural treasure
    The passing of Richard Randall this week is the loss of a cultural treasure for the Town of Cobourg, Councillor Debra McCarthy said this week.
  • Too many solar farms going in under the radar
    There are too many solar farms being built in the area west and south of Rice Lake in Northumberland County that few know anything about, says long-time Campbellcroft-area farmer John ...
  • Baltimore skating club has milestone carnival
    Baltimore Figure Skating Club will put on a milestone skating carnival Saturday called 40 Years in the Making.
  • Cobourg loses a cultural treasurer
    The passing of Richard Randall this week is the loss of a cultural treasure for the Town of Cobourg, Councillor Debra McCarthy said this week.

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