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Security camera footage of the man who robbed the Esso station in Pembroke's west end early Tuesday morning.

Police investigating armed robbery of Esso station in Pembroke's west end

The Upper Ottawa Valley Ontario Provincial Police (OPP) Crime Unit is investigating an early morning robbery that took place on Tuesday morning at the Esso gas station on Pembroke Street West in Pembroke. The lone male suspect, who wore a bandana to cover his face, entered the gas station store at approximately 2 a.m. on May 23. He brandished an ed

Queen Victoria is depicted in this statue

Celebrating Victoria Day

Victoria Day is a federal Canadian public holiday celebrated on the last Monday preceding May 25, in honour of Queen Victoria's birthday.

Micksburg Twins captain Jamey Mick accepts Greater Ottawa Men's Fastball Championship trophy from League President Adam Brown in September 2016.

Micksburg Twins open men’s fastball season Thursday night at home

The Micksburg Twins will begin defence of its Greater Ottawa Men’s Fastball League title on May 11 when the team hosts the Ottawa Valley A’s in the season opener. It will be the first of 18 games the Twins will play in the regular season, including three doubleheaders.

Flooding on Golden Lake in the spring of 2017.

County of Renfrew receives assurances from province for disaster relief funding

The County of Renfrew has received confirmation from the Ministry of Municipal Affairs that the Province of Ontario will be assessing and providing disaster relief funding for the flood impacted areas of Renfrew County. The announcement came late Friday afternoon. Details on what will be funded and how are forthcoming.“In co-ordination with MPP Joh

A home on Golden Lake, part of the Bonnechere River system located below Round Lake, sits flooded as the spring melt and runoff continues.

Township updates residents on Bonnechere River flooding in the Round Lake area; public meeting scheduled for Sunday

The Township of Killaloe, Hagarty and Richards has provided an update to its residents and ratepayers with regard to recent and ongoing flooding and high water issues.A press release issued by the municipality stated that a ‘State of Emergency’ has not been declared because the impact to municipal infrastructure was not beyond the capability of the