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  • Goodbye to a long-familiar face
    Alnwick/Haldimand council bid a fond farewell to long-time former municipal staffer and, more recently, Councillor Bernadette Murray (centre front) at Thursday's council session. A present and flowers were part of ...
  • GPL aces accreditation
    Northumberland County's only owned-and-operated long-term care facility has received its first three-year accreditation (2016-2019) for which it was recently recognized.
  • It's a big week in local schools
    The first week of May is a busy one for schools across the Kawartha Pine Ridge District School Board, as important events take place to mark important causes.
  • Northumberland United Way announces new CEO
    The Northumberland United Way board of director is pleased to announce the appointment of Heather Norris as chief executive officer.
  • Choirfest returns to Port Hope May 3
    The 2017 Choirfest will take place Wednesday, May 3rd 2017 at Port Hope United Church.
  • Port Hope firefighters get live-fire training
    Municipality of Port Hope firefighters spent last weekend participating in their annual live-fire training exercise, held at the Ontario Power Generation Wesleyville Fire Rescue Training Academy.
  • Deputy Police Chief feels a little blue
    COBOURG, Ont. (27/04/17) - In honour of Cops For Cancer, Cobourg Police Deputy Chief Paul VandeGraaf has his hair dyed blue by C.R. Gummow Public School Principal Mary Ellen French. ...
  • MPP expands on budget provisions
    Telling Chamber of Commerce members from the Port Hope and Cobourg areas that the Ontario government's budget is “investing in services people need every day,” Northumberland-Quinte West MPP Lou Rinaldi ...
  • Hamilton Township council supports Fun Fair
    Hamilton Township has agreed to Larry Williams's request, and even more.
  • Have you thanked your doctor today
    Northumberland Hills Hospital is pleased to join the West Northumberland Community Physician Recruitment and Retention Committee and the Ontario Medical Association in recognizing the fantastic work of local physicians on ...

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