If there was anyone in the crowd at the Pembroke Memorial Centre on Sunday afternoon who thought that the Carleton Place Canadians weren't going to pu
The Mackenzie Community School Mustangs made the trek down Highway 17 again on Saturday to face the Fellowes Falcons in what has become a highly antic
The legacy of Dr. Kim Armstrong is alive and well. More than 300 runners came out on Saturday, Oct. 10 to take part in the 11th annual Thanksgiving tr
The Pembroke Fire Department threw open its station doors again on Saturday, Oct. 10, welcoming the general public to its annual Thanksgiving weekend
They may not be able to vote yet, but students at Arnprior District High School got an up-close and personal look at four of Renfrew-Nipissing-Pembrok
On March 15, 2011, Michelle Cameron left her job at the J.L. Gray Building in downtown Deep River and drove home for lunch.
The Upper Ottawa Valley Ontario Provincial Police (OPP) is seeking suspects after a break and enter with violence was reported at a Petawawa Boulevard
The Upper Ottawa Valley is showing their true colours again, in the best way possible. Late Wednesday night, Oct. 7, the Black Bay area home of Nelson
With the scent of this country's whitetail season wafting down from the north country, deer hunting enthusiasts are getting 'hopped-up on goofballs'.
PETAWAWA – Our Lady of Sorrows Catholic School students learned their hero was an ordinary guy.
Three sources have told The Sudbury Star that police and Environment Canada officials raided Vale's general engineering building in Sudbury Thursday.
After the 1974 election returned Pierre Trudeau to majority governance in his third term, a distinguished group of political scientists got together to figure out what the heck just happened.