Area high school athletes excelled in the first major Eastern Ontario Secondary School Athletic Association (EOSSAA) track and field meet of the seaso
The prophecy of the seven fires have been passed down from generation to generation for untold centuries and yet their teaching warn us of what might
Editor’s note: Today we are pleased to bring you the third in a series of stories detailing how the changeover in city policing from the Pembroke Poli
The County of Renfrew is once more imploring Prime Minister Stephen Harper to move forward with designating the Ottawa River a national heritage site.
For over three years, the bright, beaming face of Emily Watts was looking out at motorists on Petawawa Boulevard. Next to the photograph was a simple
Reports are coming in from across eastern Ontario and throughout Renfrew County of an earthquake that hit at approximately 9:45 a.m. this morning.
Pembroke council will be forming a citizen’s commitee to examine the ways, means and looks of future councils, as well as how its members are compensa
Area residents still have more than two weeks to cast their vote for Ontario’s Worst Roads.
OPP officers from the Renfrew detachment have completed their investigation into a report earlier this week about an attempted abduction of a 10-year-
Eric Zadow has been growing his hair for a while, however, in one fell swoop he lost it all for a good cause.
A red pickup truck recovered from a field east of the town of Eganville may be the key needed to help police discover the identity of the Eganville
Prime Minister Stephen Harper's chief of staff has resigned his post after helping Sen. Mike Duffy to repay $90,000 in improperly claimed expenses.