The 417 expansion project has been put on the backburner by the province.
Stephen Uhler, The Daily Observer
The Grey Sisters are marking its 90th year in Pembroke this year.
GARRISON PETAWAWA – Military spouses will now be eligible for a new scholarship program being launched this fall.
EGANVILLE - It is finding Karla Homolka and writing about it which first exposed Paula Todd to the horrors of cyberabuse.
DEEP RIVER – In February, the town of Deep River rallied to bring in and help settle a Syrian refugee family.
Upper Valley Drive will be getting a facelift.
EGANVILLE – Community pride was in evidence Tuesday at the Eganville Arena, as 500 gathered there to see themselves Still Standing.
Big changes are in store for a pair of long-standing service clubs.
WHITEWATER REGION – A 159-year-old summer tradition continues.
Pembroke’s operation’s manager has a word of advice for those who need to access Paul Martin Drive over the next few months – try to avoid the area.
The Robbie Dean Family Counselling Centre is now offering grief counselling, thanks to support from the Renfrew County United Way.
The Pembroke Police Services Board is launching its own distracted driving campaign.
The Riverside Fitness Grove, dedicated to the memory of Krista Johnson, has a new piece of exercise equipment in place.
Full reconstruction of Agnes Street, between Pembroke Street West and Lake Street will begin on Monday, July 11, 2016.
GARRISON PETAWAWA – The Kids of Steel hit the pool and the pavement for the seventh time Sunday morning, and they wouldn’t have it any other way.
It’s a tradition which keeps on giving.
Stormy weather has forced the postponement of the Sutherland Team Fourth Annual Mixed Slo-Pitch Tournament
The Kiwanis Club of Pembroke is shepherding a new service organization for challenged adults.
Canadian Nuclear Laboratories is taking steps to deal with two legacy issues.
LAURENTIAN VALLEY TWP. - The township fire department is getting some help in training its firefighters.