With the familiar scent of white-tailed deer season in the air, sportsmen everywhere are gearing up for the most anticipated time of year.
In the fall of 1972, the Soviet Union and Canada faced off in a series of eight games ostensibly to thaw the Cold War.
Girls from across the region enrolled recently in the Canadian Tire “First Shift” program, an initiative designed to make entering hockey
Wesley United Church will be hosting a special service to honour first responders in our area.
The Nook is hosting a special fundraiser in which crepes and charity will go hand in hand, in support of the Rochelle Robinson family.
The first win of the season once more eluded the Fellowes Falcons last week as the football squad were shutout by Arnprior 59-0.
City council has approved $4.6 million to significantly upgrade the McGee Street Lift Station.
Ending 30 years of service, Inspector Mark Wolfe is retiring from the Ontario Provincial Police this month stepping down
PETAWAWA - Residents had a rare chance to see what life is like inside the Town of Petawawa Fire Department last week.
GARRISON PETAWAWA – St. George's Protestant Chapel reflected on their last 50 years of providing worship to Petawawa's military
PETAWAWA – The Petawawa Grannies hosted a GranApple Tea, with proceeds going to benefit the Stephen Lewis Foundation’s Grandmothers to Grandmothers.
For the past 10 years, St. Vincent de Paul Soup Kitchen has been feeding a gap in the community.