In June of 1613, Samuel de Champlain, the prolific French explorer and cartographer, landed at Morrison Island planning to make a brief stop on his qu
Families coping with the loss of a loved one congregated in Pansy Patch Park Saturday to seek serenity and some degree of closure.
Petawawa Civic Centre Days soared to new heights over the weekend incorporating their first Aviation Day.
Krista would have been so proud.
The 400th anniversary of Samuel de Champlain's voyage up the Ottawa River began Thursday with a ceremony marking the return of the explorer's reputed
Politics may have made for a truncated athletics season this year, but once it got going, Fellowes High School students hit the fields, ice and courts
General Panet High School celebrated the athleticism and dedication of their 2012-13 athletes during their annual awards assembly.
High school students from Mackenzie Community School took to the streets of the town recently, all for a good cause.
Although he's been on the job for over a month, the congregation of Zion Evangelical Lutheran Church will officially welcome its new co-pastor this we
Const. Shawn Piercey will learn his fate June 25.
The soldiers, sailors and airmen of 2 Service Battalion welcomed home Lt.-Col. Carla Harding Friday as the combat support unit witnessed a changing of
A former chief of staff for Dalton McGuinty testified that he saved 300 records from his time in the premier’s office.