PEMBROKE & LAURENTIAN VALLEY – Margaret Rahn has kept the Pembroke and Laurentian Valley Handi-Bus’ wheels turning for the past 25 years.
After 37 years of service with National Grocers, longtime store manager Allan Wren took off his name tag and stepped into a well deserved retirement.
Ladies and gentlemen are invited to mix and mingle at the fourth annual Martini Night, in support of the Robbie Dean Centre.
PETAWAWA & LAURENTIAN VALLEY – Local municipalities fear that if the newly proposed firefighting regulations could be detrimental to lower tier fire departments.
It was around 30 years ago that Canada’s most daring armed robber was captured and sentenced right here in Pembroke, Ontario.
Using 3D printing technology, kids had the chance to see their imaginations come to life.
Adventures along the Ottawa River, Water Rangers and A Trip to Wonderland were on deck for the Champlain Trail Museum’s host of March Break programs.
A 36-year-old man was rescued after falling into the freezing water at Petawawa Centennial Park the morning of March 12.
The community is invited to join Marianhill in a healing journey through grief and bereavement.
PETAWAWA – The Town of Petawawa’s neighbourhood parks will be the cool places to hang out this summer.
The Knights of Columbus are back in full swing with their traditional Irish Play, just in time to celebrate St. Patrick’s Day.
As Doug Ford steps in as the new leader of Ontario’s Progressive Conservative Party, local MPP John Yakabuski offered remarks on the race results and the PC’s hopes for the future.
The stars were aligned for the Lumber Kings as they claimed a 2-1 overtime victory over the Kemptville 73’s Friday night.
The Lumber Kings’ was shortlived as they were handed a 3-2 defeated by the Rockland Nationals Sunday night.
Douglas was painted green with the luck of the Irish Saturday night at the seventh annual St. Patrick’s Day Parade.
LAURENTIAN VALLEY – Local farmers and food producers will learn how to grow their business at Selling Food to Ontario this month.
Local women enjoyed a breakfast of champions on International Women’s Day.
The Fellowes Falcons’ OFSAA AA basketball journey came to an end Thursday afternoon during the consolation championship game.
General Panet alumni are hoping to celebrate their school’s history in time to mark its 60th anniversary.
Foots stomped, hands clapped and hundreds of voices chanted “We Will Rock You” as they cheered for the Fellowes Falcons basketball team.