PETAWAWA – A Petawawa family lost its home to fire on Tuesday night.
Sean Chase, The Daily Observer
The Ottawa Valley Vikings hosted the 17U Girls McGregor Cup tournament last weekend at Fellowes High School.
COBDEN – It may have been one of the coldest nights of the year outside but things heated up inside the Cobden Astrolabe Arena between the Whitewater Kings and the Casselman Vikings Saturday night.
EGANVILLE – There is nothing more quintessentially Canadian than wanting to drive, ride or own a snowmobile.
Street hockey is coming back to Downtown Pembroke on Saturday, Feb. 3.
RENFREW – It was a busy weekend for the Pembroke Lumber Kings as they beat the Kanata Lazers before grabbing two points from the Kemptville 73s.
The Pembroke Lumber Kings unleashed a flurry of offence dispatching the Kemptville 73s Sunday night with a convincing 8-2 win.
Mike Coates, the businessman who recently chaired Kevin O'Leary's leadership campaign, is seeking to lead Conservatives in the riding of Renfrew-Nipissing-Pembroke into the 2019 federal election.
The 18th annual Eganville Old Snowmobile Show was hosted by the Eganville Sno-Drifters Club and the Ottawa Valley Old Sledheads on Saturday. Here are the winners of the event's People’s Choice Awards:
Area residents will once more be asked to brave the cold and snow as they walk and raise money for youth and adult homelessness.
PETAWAWA – Council reviewed an ambitious budget Thursday that will see just over $16 million spent on infrastructure and core services over the next year.
PETAWAWA – Mayor Bob Sweet congratulated council and staff for developing a balanced budget that won't put the town into debt while paying for critical infrastructure.
The Pembroke and Area Airport Commission has responded to criticism about how the organization has conducted its meetings.
PETAWAWA – The Civic Centre may be getting old but the crown jewel of Petawawa is nonetheless aging gracefully.
PETAWAWA – Councillors have concerns over the conduct of business at the Pembroke and Area Airport.
Lawyers met Thursday to move along the case of an Eganville facing a first- degree murder charge in connection with a devastating car crash.
A Pembroke native with the Canadian Armed Forces has spent the Christmas holidays on a critical NATO mission seeking to deter Russian aggression against eastern Europe.
PETAWAWA – As the town counted down to the new year on Sunday night, it's mayor and council are considering the challenges that they will face in 2018.
GARRISON MOURNS: Family, friends and comrades mourned the loss of Sgt. Robert “Bobby” Dynerowicz, who died on April 25 when the Light Armoured Vehicle III (LAV III) he was crew commanding was involved in an accident at CFB Wainwright. Three other members of the regiment were injured.
BORUTSKI TRIAL MOVED: The first-degree murder trial of Basil Borutski, charged in the deaths of three Renfrew County women, was officially moved to Ottawa in March. Justice James McNamara, regional senior judge for Ontario’s East Region, released his decision scheduling the trial to begin on Sept. 18. The trial, anticipated to hear from 125 witness