Watch the latest YourTV television and exclusive online content from the Cobourg/Port Hope community.
- Behind the Ballot -...
- Bob Sanderson
- Bobbie Dawson
- Carter Brown
- Cobourg Cougars
- Cobourg Kodiaks
- Dawson Ellis
- Easter seals telethon
- Gil Brocanier
- Joe Braithwaite
- John Henderson
- Lynda Kay
- Municipality of Port Hope
- Northumberland Hills Hospital
- Northumberland Hospice Care...
- Queen's Park Report
- Town of Cobourg
- York Bell-Smith
Northumberland United Way executive director Bobbie Dawson says helping stuff 1300 back pack made her reflect back on her childhood and not always having school supplies to start off the new school year.
Cobourg Mayor Gil Brocanier steps down after 8 years at the helm of the town. He announced at the Town of Cobourg council meeting tonight that he will not seek re-election in this falls municipal election.
Cobourg resident Carter Brown is on the verge of giving blood for the 250th time.
Campaign Co-Chairs Gord and Patti Ley announced a $1,000,000 leadership gift to the Northumberland Hospice Care Centre donated by the Read Elliott Family Foundation, which has been established by Kym and Brian Read.
Port Hope Mayor Bob Sanderson addresses the resignation of councillor Robert Polutnik athe February 6th council meeting.
Royal Canadian Legion Br.133 President John Aitken and Br. 133 Ladies Auxiliary President Edie Lean kicked off the annual campaign in the office of Cobourg Mayor Gil Brocanier.
The Municipality of Port Hope officially opened the new Barrett St. bridge in style on Tuesday October 17th.