On Monday night, the local media and community members joined the family and friends of Doug Bates as he announced plans for his new charitable foundation. The Kaitlyn Bates Initiative is named after his daughter who […]
After a long wait and debate, the student-safety concerns in front of Cobourg Collegiate Institute are being acknowledged and the town council has decided to authorize a bylaw that will establish a new school crossing […]
Join the United Way for an evening of inspiration, featuring an engaging presentation by Alan Mallory during which he takes the audience along on his family’s two-month expedition to the summit of Mount Everest on March […]
Kim Rudd, Parliamentary Secretary to Canada’s Minister of Natural Resources joined Canada’s Consul General (Los Angeles) in a program aimed at engaging Nevada legislators and decision makers in Carson City, Nevada on March 16th. Parliamentary […]
On March 17, 2017 the Cobourg Police attended an establishment in the east end of Cobourg conducting checks under the Liquor Licence Act. Once inside the establishment Police recognized a male who they believed was […]
The Cobourg Cougars won their first game against the Wellington Dukes in the second round 4-3 in double overtime. MacEachern scored the winning goal at 3:08 into the 2nd overtime making Cobourg 1 game above Wellington. The Cougars […]
For the first time, shoppers in Downtown Cobourg can enjoy the fun and perhaps the rewards of the Spring Passport program. It’s the newest addition to the annual line-up of events for the Downtown Business […]
The Cobourg Cougars on Thursday night defeated Kingston 3-2 in OT to sweep the best of 7, 4-0, in the OJHL North East Quarter Final. The next team is their playoff contention is to be determined.