Renfrew-Nipissing-Pembroke MPP John Yakabuski still hasn’t received a firm commitment from the transportation minister on four-laning Highway 17.
Stephen Uhler, The Daily Observer
It seems the federal government has decided to hit the pause button, based on its do-little 2017 spring budget.
What can be more Canadian than maple syrup?
Making lemonade from lemons, the city of Pembroke will be doing three road projects they originally cut from the 2017 budget.
Opposition to the Near Surface Disposal Facility (NSDF) at Chalk River has been growing.
Canadian Nuclear Laboratories (CNL) has submitted a draft environmental impact statement for its latest project to the Canadian Nuclear Safety Commission (CNSC).
What better way to celebrate Canada's 150th birthday than with a free wrestling show?
For the fifth year in a row, the Renfrew Curling Club are Low Cup champions.
The Salvation Army is inviting the community to lunch.
The city of Pembroke continues to be pleased with the service provided by the Ontario Provincial Police.
Petawawa's parks and recreation department is pondering how it can best contribute to the war against sugar.
It's a Pembroke tradition still going strong after 115 years.
The Pembroke Lumber Kings may not be heading into the post-season, but they ended things on a high note.
DOUGLAS - A wind colder than a tax collector's heart couldn't chill the warmth of the Irish spirit Saturday, as hundreds of people lined the streets for the town's sixth annual St. Patrick's Day Parade.
Pembroke has rolled out its new Civic Awards program.
The season may be winding down, but the Pembroke Lumber Kings aren't going down without a fight.
Dealing with a sharp spike in shoplifting in Pembroke in 2016 is something crime prevention efforts will have to focus on this year.
The momentum keeps building behind the debut of Emerge - Canada's Yoga Festival™.
GARRISON PETAWAWA - In diversity there is strength.
A contest to win space to set up a business in downtown Pembroke is up and running.