ADMASTON/BROMLEY – Fresh from their silver finish at the MusicFest nationals, Opeongo High School students are ready to entertain for a good cause.
The city of Pembroke will be practicing how it would handle emergencies June 1.
The accolades continue for the Whitewater Brewing Company.
If anyone knows about dealing with adversity, it is Jim Kyte.
As the County of Renfrew continues to recover from the Spring 2017 Flood, an info session was held to provide the public with an overview of the assistance program available to them.
On Saturday, May 27, the Kiwanis Club of Pembroke will sponsor their sixth annual Food Drive in Pembroke.
The Pembroke Regional Hospital Foundation (PRHF) knows that everyone likes a good social gathering.
Algonquin College is turning 50 years old in 2017 and public support for the campus has never been better.
Valley anglers in search of northern pike and walleye have been out in full force with both species now fair game in Fisheries Management Zone 15.
Employees of the Liquor Control Board of Ontario (LCBO) continued to wage their battle against privatization and the excess of casual work positions
BARRY’S BAY – Our Lady Seat of Wisdom (OLSW) College in Barry’s Bay has been approved to offer its first bachelor degree program.
Andrew Scheer, a longtime Saskatchewan MP and former Speaker of the House of Commons, has been narrowly elected the new leader of the federal Conservative party.