LAURENTIAN VALLEY – You may have noticed people running around Pleasant View Park hunting for something.
PETAWAWA – Asking voters to help her lead Petawawa into a brighter future, Treena Lemay says she has a broad interest in the progress of the entire town and wants to tackle both large and small-scale issues.
Junior Sisk and Ramblers Choice, a renowned bluegrass band from Virginia, had the Carefor community swaying to their music on July 15.
PETAWAWA – Calling himself “Future Ready,” Murray Rutz is asking voters to send him back to town council for a third term.
The Renfrew County District School Board (RCDSB) closed out another successful school year restating their mission to create a dynamic, inclusive and respectful learning environment.
Slo-pitch fever took over Stafford Park as teams played in memory of Don “Sudsy” Sutherland and raised more than $9,000.
The Ottawa Valley is invited to “Ride the Fuzz” this summer at the Brose Farm Party.
COBDEN – Despite the weekend’s fiery heat, Cobden’s Main Street was alive with activity for the second annual Whitewater Streetstrut.
More than 60 pooches enjoyed a day of pampering at the OSPCA of Renfrew County’s Pool Pawty and Bark-B-Q.
LAURENTIAN VALLEY – The nostalgia of old-fashion church picnics were recreated at Hugli's Blueberry Ranch on July 8 with the first-ever Ultimate Family Church Picnic.
PETAWAWA – The Women Walking for Hope are returning this summer with a new event that will give friends, family and co-workers the chance to take the fight to cancer.
Summer without ice cream is like sand without the surf.
PETAWAWA – Valour High School will be inducting its inaugural class into a newly established Sports Wall of Fame.
Algonquin College Police Foundations students will be supporting the local O.P.P’s goal of “policing in partnership”.
RANKIN – Stone Fence Theatre has brought an Ottawa Valley literary celebrity’s life to stage with “I Come from the Valley! Tales and Times of Joan Finnigan”.
A donation from the Renfrew County Catholic District School Board will help provide school supplies for more than 40 children.
The city recently received a report on the condition of the aging Kinsmen Pool with consultants advising council that the structure's walls and roof should be removed and replaced.
PETAWAWA – With Garrison Petawawa still in high-readiness, military families are encouraged to prepare and receive support for deployments.
Around 5 p.m. on Tuesday, July 10 the City of Pembroke issued an open air recreational fire ban.The statement issued by the city read: “After careful consideration of the Ontario Ministry of Resources ‘Factors for Consideration for Fire Bans’ and in compliance with By-Law #2004-31, The City of Pembroke is issuing an immediate ban on recreational op