County Geared Up for Winter

Snowplow hero Laura Millis is one of the many County team members who will be keeping Northumberland County roads safe and clear this winter. Northumberland County prepared for winter weather challenges “Our dedicated operators maintain a continuous weather watch day and night.” Director of Public Works Denise Marshall Cobourg – Thurs., Nov. 30, 2023 – […]

Affordable Housing Committee Holding Housing Forum

Nov 22 — 9 am to 3 pm — Victoria Hall — free lunch! Coinciding with National Housing Day, Northumberland’s Affordable Housing Committee is holding an open Housing Forum to discuss the past, present, and future of housing in Canada and our County. This event offers a unique chance to learn about the historical policies […]

Forum To Discuss Housing In Northumberland

Housing issues — past, present & future — will be discussed On Wednesday, November 22, 2023, the Affordable Housing Committee is inviting community members to join in for a National Housing Day forum to examine the past, present, and future of housing in our community. The National Housing Day forum is a chance to explore […]

Glover On Bill C 18

The heavy hand of Google & META Opinion by Dave Glover As many of the readers know, I hosted a radio program locally for nearly nine years and in that time I was able to provide 3 hours of talk radio. In all of that time I was not a member of Facebook or Instagram. […]

United Way Helps 7 Local Organizations

$252,449 assistance to improve delivery of services Through the Government of Canada’s Community Services Recovery Fund United Way Northumberland supports 7 projects in Northumberland. County. The government’s money helps community service organizations like charities, non-profits, Indigenous governing bodies to adapt, modernize and be better equipped to improve the efficacy, accessibility and sustainability of the community […]

NHH Lemon-Aid Fun Raises $6,050

18 Lemon Aid stands did more than squeeze This summer, Northumberland Hills Hospital (NHH) Foundation extended an invitation to the west Northumberland community and beyond to help turn lemons into lemonade and raise funds for the hospital. Starting in July 2023 and returning for a second year, the Foundation promoted Lemon-Aid for NHH as a […]

The Edville Gazette On 8 Track Troubles In Your Pinto

From the Archives | Back in the Day, We Couldn’t Even Rewind Article by Shirley Stickle   EDVILLE—So, the other day my niece came to the Archives because she wanted to have a gander at our record collection. She’s on this big retro Fleetwood Mac kick nowadays, thanks to that Ticky-Tok app of hers. Well, […]

It’s Time For Corporations To Pony Up

They’ve had an easy ride for too long Opinion by Dave Glover When I was growing up, there was a healthy social support system in place. A system that ensured few people fell through the cracks, one that taxpayers funded providing a vital social security safety net. At that time, governments invested significant resources to […]

Land Trust Looking For $5 Million

Northumberland Land Trust seeks funds and land donations The Northumberland Land Trust (NLT) recently announced that it is launching a campaign to raise $5 million for the acquisition, preservation and management of ecologically important lands in Northumberland County. The Northumberland Land Trust currently oversees more than 1200 acres on 13 properties throughout the county, and […]

The Edville Gazette On Bovines In The Bathroom

Potty Training Cows Mark Scientific Breakthrough Article by Holly Honeychurch Did you know cows can be potty trained as easily as toddlers? Maybe even easier. It’s no bull. Scientists were able to train 11 of 16 cows to use a “Moo Loo” when they had to go. Actually, the cows learn about as quickly as […]