With so many live music and entertainment venues closing on an almost weekly basis across the country, Pembroke’s 600-seat Festival Hall is steadily b
Ethan Allard was a true ice warrior with a heart of gold and an indelible love for the game of hockey.
Sleepwell Property Management has resurrected the former Pembroke police station to have it reborn as the Riverstone Professional Building.
Every second counts during a fire, police or medical emergency.
The Pembroke Planning Advisory and Adjustment Committee unanimously denied a rezoning application for apartments in the downtown core.
Spring has finally arrived and this year’s most exciting show is near and dear to me heart and will have hunters, fishermen and ATVers heading to Otta
Downtown Pembroke had a prosperous 2016, and if all continues to go as planned 2017 will be even better.
Startup Canada, Algonquin College and others are working together to spark entrepreneurship within the Ottawa Valley.
The Kiwanis Music Festival continued Wednesday with the strings and instrumental session as the festival nears its end.
A retired Ontario garbage worker has decided to spend his retirement in jail.
An Australian man had to have his legs amputated after a spider bite triggered a flesh-eating infection.
City officials Monday urged more witnesses to come forward and offered reassurances amid questions about safety in public gathering spots.