After 42 years as a member of the Port Hope Police Service, Murray Devine officially retired on Friday, February
Discarded cigarettes were responsible for a minor fire at a home in Cobourg on Friday, February 26, 2021.
Shown in the picture attached is: (L-R) Jessica Sears, dropping off the last batch of her team’s masks to
By Cecilia Nasmith/Pete Fisher
A new product developed in Northumberland County for emergency services can offer 99.9% protection from COVID-19
By Cecilia Nasmith/Today's NorthumberlandMore than 200 people logged on to the third Ontario Health Team-Northumberland on-line COVID-19 forum to
Ongoing investigation by RCMP leads to large seizure of marijuana on Wednesday, February 23, 2021.
Today’s Northumberland spent most of
There were no serious injuries after two transports collided on Highway 401 just east of Newtonville on Monday, February
A number of anglers are taking in the season ice fishing on Rice Lake.
On Sunday, February 21, 2021, a
Members of the Cobourg Fire Department practised their annual Ice Water Rescue Training at Cobourg Harbour on Sunday, February
It was an absolutely gorgeous winter’s day to be outside on Saturday, February 20, 2021.
On Rice Lake, just east
Community Street Crime Units (CSCU) from the Peterborough, Northumberland, City of Kawartha Lakes and Haliburton Highlands, Detachments of the
Closes 78 Illegal Storefronts and Seize Over $178 Million in Drugs
In the last two years, members of the Ontario
A senseless act of vandalism to an Afghanistan Memorial has incensed the people of Cobourg.
Today’s Northumberland was first notified
One person is facing numerous charges after Port Hope Police discovered a sawed-off rifle on Friday, January 1, 2021.
SIU Investigating Fatal Incident in City of Kawartha Lakes
SIU investigators remain in the City of Kawartha Lakes to investigate
By Cecilia Nasmith/Today's NorthumberlandWith hopes of a 2021 season, Northumberland Soccer Club President Ryan Goodall announces Early Bird Registration
There are many more backyard rinks popping up this year due to lockdown restrictions.
The winter of 2020/2021 will hopefully
With the ongoing provincial state of emergency urging people to stay home and limit social gatherings, Cramahe Township council
The Town of Cobourg would like to advise residents that the Cobourg Community Centre will remain closed until January
Northumberland Nighthawks posted a message on their website concerning the death last week of 12-year-old hockey player Cormac Kerin.