Local artists and artisans now have a place to showcase their work on Saturdays.
With a good understanding of current issues and concerns that face the town, Frank Cirella is asking voters for another four years on council.
Ottawa River beaches stretching along the garrison's eastern border have been cleared, officials are reminding boaters of possible encounters with unexploded munitions.
The two-storey, 126,000 square foot Valour School will not open its doors to students this September.
A provincial police officer will not face charges after a Pembroke man sustained injuries during a Christmas Day arrest.
Pembroke’s Patti-Kay Hamilton is the 2014 winner for the CBC Creative Nonfiction Prize, it was announced Monday.
The Beachburg Fair committee had something extra to celebrate during this weekend's 157th edition of the annual fair.
Pembroke residents who thought they felt the earth move Sunday morning were right, as a small earthquake rumbled its way through the area.
WHITEWATER REGION - The curtain has come down on another successful Beachburg Fair.
CORMAC - God will never give up on us, even if we keep wishing for Him to deliver on less than ideal things.
Sierra Leone declared a state of emergency and called in troops to quarantine epicentres of Ebola on Thursday, joining Liberia in imposing tough controls to curb the worst ever outbreak of the virus amid fears it could spread beyond West Africa.
A tractor-trailer burst into flames near Belleville, Ont., Wednesday, marking the third major crash in as many days on Hwy. 401.
A man has been accused of going online and urging people to throw eggs or tomatoes at Mayor Rob Ford during Ford Fest.
Analysis of black box flight recorders from the airliner showed it was destroyed by shrapnel from a missile blast which caused a "massive explosive decompression", a Ukrainian official said on Monday.
Environment Canada meteorologists are heading to the shores of Lake Huron on Monday to investigate storm damage and the possibility of a tornado in the area.
China's foreign ministry accused Canada on Thursday of making irresponsible accusations lacking any credible evidence after Canada singled out Chinese hackers for attacking a key computer network and lodged a protest with Beijing.
The Tories pointed the finger at the Chinese government Tuesday after repeated cyberattacks against the government's research and development arm forced it to shut down computer systems last weekend.
Ontario's Niagara region is recovering after a rainstorm flooded various communities on Sunday and Monday.
The uprooted trees and downed power lines near Grand Bend, Ont., on Sunday were caused by a tornado, Environment Canada confirmed late Monday.