Other News Sources

You should know that Cobourg News Blog does not cover all the news in Cobourg and certainly not the rest of Northumberland.  Go to the About Page here for a description of “Topics Covered”.  

However, below is a list of web sites that help fill the gap.  Most of them cover all of Northumberland and not just Cobourg.  All are free although Northumberland News is expected to start charging before too long.

Additional Sources of News

Other web sites with coverage of Cobourg News (as of June 2019)

News Source Operated by Type Email Subscription Includes
Today’s Northumberland Pete Fisher News  – focus on Police, accidents, primarily West Northumberland – recommended. Yes No No comments
Northumberland News  MetroLand Media  News Wide ranging, all Northumberland – registration recommended and expected to become paid subscriptions eventually. Yes Yes Comments for subscribers but rarely made

Cobourg Now

Jay Robinson  * News – mostly feel good news, separate pages for each community No No Allowed but rarely made
Northumberland 89.7 FM Community Radio Station News – in depth reports, primarily West Northumberland No Yes Allowed but rarely made
My FM My Broadcasting Corporation (Radio)  News  – wide ranging Yes Yes No comments
Consider This Robert Washburn  News  – not very active Yes No No comments
The Burd Report 2.0 Ben Burd Blog with opinions  – not very active No No Allowed
Cobourg Media Graham Beer News – not very active – blog format No No Allowed but rarely made
Snapd – Northumberland Fred Gouveia * Community Events No Yes No comments

* RSS Subscription available

Town of Cobourg News

Archives of News

For older news, web sites use a search function to allow readers to access older stories.  The local news web sites that have this capability are:

  • Cobourg Internet – July 2013 to September 2017 – Search page here
  • Cobourg News Blog – September 2017 to current date – go to search box – top right every page. Home page.
  • Northumberland News – 2002 to current date – Includes Northumberland Today articles from 2012 to November 2017.  Go to search box at top right of page. Home page 
  • Today’s Northumberland – Feb 2018 to current date.  Go to search box – top right  every page – Home page
  • Cobourg Now – March 2016 to current date. Go to search box below menu at top right. Home Page  
  • Cobourg Media (Graham Beer) – November 2016 to current date. Go to search box below menu at top right. Home Page

Note that old news (more than a few years old) occupies space on servers and it’s unrealistic to expect it to be preserved forever.  If you think an old article is worth preserving, then download it and save it on your computer or print it.

News Hub

The Hub was a launch pad with links to local news.  This was provided as a public service by Local News Northumberland.  This service ceased updates on 15 February 2019 and is now offline.  The intent was always to be temporary and help people find the sources listed above and more.

National News

If you would like an email every morning with news about Canada and the World, then you’ll want to subscribe to the Bullet here.

Events Calendars

Here is a list of calendars telling you what’s on in Cobourg.  Mostly these have a limited number of events and include locations outside Cobourg.

Snapd One the best although it also includes club and educational events.  It covers Port Hope as well as Cobourg. You can enter events yourself.
Concert Hall It is actually their booking calendar but they manage bookings for many of Cobourg’s events
Town of Cobourg Only Town managed events.   Dominated by Library events.
Northumberland County Quite good.  As you’d expect, covers whole county
Northumberland News Covers Northumberland County but the time frame does not extend far into the future. 
My FM Radio Station A limited number of events
Kawartha Now Includes most Cobourg Events – link at left uses search for Cobourg to limit results.
Cobourg Internet Calendar Compiled from the above calendars plus some events from “non-calendar” sources.  Also filtered so it includes mostly only Cobourg Entertainment events open to the public.  (The Capitol Theatre is an exception.)