The Pembroke Regional Hospital is being recognized for implementing best practices when it comes to the treatment of heart failure and acute coronary syndrome.
With the loss of heavy extrication services to Highway 17 in the townships of Head, Clara, Maria, Bob Sweet feels Renfrew County could be found liable should first responders be unable to free a trapped motorist involved in a serious crash.
Dr. Christy Natsis will be home in time for Christmas after Ontario’s Court of Appeal agreed to release her on bail pending a legal challenge to her convictions for impaired and dangerous driving causing death.
The 18th annual Christkindlmarkt, with a theme of "A Taste of Christmas in Germany" is underway at the Germania Club.
In the end, nobody believed Howard Richmond.
The Rotary Club of Petawawa is bringing a time honoured Newfoundland Christmas tradition to our area.
The Warden’s Community Service Awards have once more recognized individuals and organizations who have improved the lives of Renfrew County residents.
Renfrew County Crime Stoppers hopes to replicate the success they enjoyed last year with their award winning float when they take part in this weekend's Pembroke Santa Claus Parade, and they've enlisted the help of the Grade 11 construction technology class at Bishop Smith Catholic High School to do it.
An act of violence toward a Canada Goose at the Petawawa Golf Course in the summer has wound up costing Petawawa resident Claude Lachance $1,000.
The Pembroke Petawawa District Community Foundation has presented grants to three worthy organizations that have gone a long way to making a difference in people's lives.
The cadets in 2642 – 3 RCR Royal Canadian Army Cadet Corps have a new commanding officer after Tuesday night's change of command ceremony held at Korea Hall at Garrison Petawawa.
Pembroke dentist Christy Natsis is seeking to be let out of prison on bail after asking the Ontario Court of Appeal to toss out her conviction for impaired and dangerous driving causing death and to find her not guilty or order a new trial.
So far, Garrison Petawawa is not included in the Liberal government's ambitious plan to resettle 25,000 Syrian refugees by next February.
It is now less than a month before Christmas, and organizers are hard at work making sure everything is ready for the eighth annual Community Christmas Dinner in Pembroke.
After four decades as a fixture of downtown Pembroke, Valley Goldsmith is closing shop with the retirement this December of owners Ron and Rosy Graham.
On Monday night, Nov. 23, a small group of interested Pembroke residents gathered with members of the Ottawa River Power Corporation (ORPC) board and representatives from the Ontario Energy Board (OEB) for a public meeting regarding the ORPC's requested rate increase, currently under review by the OEB.
For the third year in a row, Bishop Smith Catholic High School students got to make the trek down Highway 17 to join a crowd of regional youth 16,000-strong at the Canadian Tire Centre for We Day, the annual youth empowerment event hosted by Free The Children.
The Upper Ottawa Valley Detachment of the Ontario Provincial Police is once again organizing a Christmas Tree Angel Program. Christmas trees in both the Upper Ottawa Valley OPP detachments at 1913 Petawawa Blvd., Petawawa, and 169 William St. Pembroke will have a number of "Angels" on them, representing children in the Upper Ottawa Valley detachmen
Local Bishop Smith Catholic High School student Nick Beres has been working for years to make the lives of others better, and he has now (a bit reluctantly) received some high-profile recognition for his efforts in the form of the annual Governor General's Caring Canadian Award, presented to him earlier this month at a ceremony at the residence of