The cost of parking in Downtown Pembroke may go up for students in September.
COUNTY OF RENFREW – The County of Renfrew has a plan to create a culture of wellness in municipal workplaces.
Algonquin College students are organizing a sleep-out to help build a bridge from despair to hope for the homeless in Renfrew County.
Grey Gables Manor welcomed 100 people who celebrated the Royal Wedding in true British style with high tea and fascinators the morning of May 19.
PETAWAWA – More than 600 General Panet alumni were reunited this past weekend as they celebrated the 60th anniversary of their former school.
Superheroes took to Riverside Park to march alongside Colby Audette for the sixth annual Colby’s Crusade.
RENFREW – The 12th annual Teen Ontario East (TOE) Pageant came to a close on April 22 with Beachburg’s Emma Jeapes being crowned the new Miss Teen Eastern Ontario.
It was a day of hands-on opportunity and competition as the 16th annual Options Skilled Trades Fair took over the Pembroke Memorial Centre on May 16.
The Barra MacNeils will be shining ‘On The Bright Side’ in Pembroke this May.
LAURENTIAN VALLEY – The Township of Laurentian Valley have passed their 2018 general budget which will see a levy increase of 3.84 per cent.
Who and which political party will best protect and advocate for the people of Renfrew-Nipissing-Pembroke?
The Pembroke and Area Airport has provided 50 years of aviation to the region.
“Nursing is an art and it requires as exclusive a devotion, as hard a preparation, as any painter’s or sculptor’s work”.
May 9 will forever be known as Algonquin College Day in the City of Pembroke.
LAURENTIAN VALLEY – With the legalization of recreational cannabis on the horizon, marijuana worries are continuing to linger in the air within the Township of Laurentian Valley.
Local firefighters taught students the value in serving their community through acts of kindness and goodwill.
Royal Canadian Legion Branch 72 took to Pembroke’s Memorial Park to commemorate two important events in Canada's military history on May 8.
LAURENTIAN VALLEY – Laurentian Valley council has agreed to enter into a municipal funding agreement with the Association of Municipalities of Ontario for funding to be allocated to Main Street revitalization projects.
Colby Audette is seeking local Avengers to come out and join the battle at the sixth annual Colby’s Crusade.
Arnprior’s Art and Noreen Charbonneau have celebrated a landmark anniversary – 75 years of happy marriage.