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  • Vigil held for Brodie Lock
    A vigil was held in memory of Brodie Lock in Cobourg Friday night.
  • New transit for rural Community Care
    NORTHUMBERLAND -- Thanks to the support of many community partners, the Community Care Northumberland Specialized Transportation program now has a 2016 Ford transit van.
  • Cobourg library budget unlikely to change
    COBOURG -- The Cobourg Public Library budget for 2017 should remain unchanged, council heard at its recent 2017 preliminary budget planning meeting.
  • Cobourg business keeps growing
    COBOURG -- A year after his parents founded Lorenz & Son in 1979, Peter Lorenz joined the company that has grown so significantly in the last few years it is ...
  • Vigil to be held in Cobourg for Brodie Lock
    COBOURG - A vigil will be held on Friday evening in honour of 19-year-old Brodie Lock who was killed on Wednesday.
  • Focus on Farley Mowat
    PORT HOPE -- Not far from the Lake Ontario shoreline in Port Hope is a unique, 25-by-9-foot, boat-roofed limestone rock house, a tribute to the infamous writer Farley Mowat.
  • New 401 ramp could carry a cost
    COBOURG -- A third Cobourg interchange on Highway 401 has long been planned, but the town has only recently learned it must pay for the environmental assessment associated with it.
  • Green power move called a step backward
    West Northumberland -- Some green energy specialists and consultants in West Northumberland say the Wynne government has taken a step backwards by announcing the provincial government won't sign any more ...
  • Parents will Walk to Remember
    PORT HOPE - The fifth annual Walk To Remember will be taking place this Sunday starting in Memorial Park.
  • Cobourg considers rising marina costs as budget talks continue
    COBOURG -- The Town of Cobourg has long boasted that its marina is self-sustaining, with revenues from boaters covering all costs.

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