The Kidney Foundation of Canada is urging Ontarians to lace up their sneakers and help move research forward for Canadians living with kidney disease.
Everyone wishes they could say I love you just one more time to loved ones they have lost.
PIKWAKANAGAN – Hundreds have been gathering at Pikwakanagan this weekend to celebrate Algonquin culture and heritage at the 29th annual powwow.
BONNECHERE VALLEY - Camp Lutherlyn, located on the shores of Golden Lake, was the scene of a special gathering this week between aboriginal youth and the Ontario Provincial Police.
I have paid to see The Tragically Hip perform more than 40 times. It may be closer to 50; I have honestly lost count. Many of these shows were close by, but at least half involved a rock 'n' roll road trip.
EGANVILLE – Renfrew-Nipissing-Pembroke has added its two cents to the climate change debate.
The Rotary Ride for Kids is coming again.
For the fifth time in recent weeks, a potentially dangerous substance — peanut butter — is believed to have been found smeared on equipment at a park in the city’s west end.
Michael and Johanne Wagner didn't have to look outside their "extended" family to find donors for their ailing twins, Phuoc and Binh, last year.
EGANVILLE – The Ottawa Valley collectively held its breath Wednesday morning as area residents gathered around television sets and computer screens just after 10 a.m.
PETAWAWA - The Town of Petawawa has issued an immediate ban on all nonessential water use. The water plant for the Town of Petawawa experienced an
A portion of Pembroke Street West will be closed overnight Thursday while workers perform some repairs.
HORTON TWP. – A 17-year-old male youth from Renfrew County has been charged with one count of second degree murder.
The driver who was seriously injured in the Aug. 12 collision on Mud Lake Road in Pembroke has died in hospital. Dead is 25-year-old Alexander Joseph Spidle of Whitewater Region Township.
HORTON – Police are currently investigating a suspicious death in Horton Township.
PETAWAWA – In life a little rain must fall, and those taking part in Petawawa’s Settler’s Festival refused to let it dampen their spirits.
PETAWAWA – Two generations of warriors came together this weekend to commemorate and celebrate their shared heritage.
The city of Pembroke is still looking for solutions to servicing Hoffman Lane.
Pembroke's needle disposal program is almost ready to hit the streets.