Despite 55 intense trial days, Charter challenges and accusations of police bungling, Pembroke dentist Dr. Christy Natsis was convicted of causing the death of Bryan Casey.
Garrison Petawawa hosted a high-profile visitor on Friday morning, who was in town to deliver good news to anyone who lives on the base. Associate Minister of National Defense Julian Fantino announced $20 million in critical infrastructure funding at a special ceremony at the Normandy Officers Mess, representing a portion of the $452 million announ
The Pembroke marina will be opening fully for business on Friday.
Justice Neil Kozloff handed Dr. Christy Natsis a verdict of guilty on charges of impaired driving causing death and dangerous driving causing death.
Renfrew-Nipissing-Pembroke MPP John Yakabuski, who also serves as Progressive Conservative energy critic, has been taking the Liberal government to task over the myriad billing and customer service issues recently publicized in a report by ombudsman Andre Marin.
Pembroke's aging waterfront boardwalk will be replaced this summer with a squad of Algonquin College skilled trades students spearheading this ambitious endeavour.
Operation Freeze is rolling out.
Algonquin Park remains a critical part of Renfrew County's economy, however, Ontario's largest provincial park faces many challenges.
The West Champlain Family Health Centre will have a new home in a matter of weeks. The group of healthcare service providers will be vacating their current abode, connected to the Pembroke Regional Hospital, at the end of June, and will reopen in early July at the former site of Algonquin College on Pembroke Street West.
The city of Pembroke took time to honour its best and brightest youth by presenting the 2015 Pembroke Youth Awards.
In an election year, it is the public itself who has the power to reverse Canada Post's decision to scrap door-to-door delivery.
Work has begun on the latest Pembroke Heritage Mural project.
City of Pembroke staff, elected officials, emergency responders and other local agency representatives met on Tuesday, May 26 to conduct an emergency management training session and exercise at their brand new emergency operations centre (EOC) - the new OPP detachment building on International Drive.
People looking for answers from the City of Pembroke on the controversy stemming from the recent awarding of the city's animal control services to Animal Control Services will have to wait for some of them until the council holds their next set of meetings on Tuesday, June 2. That's when city CAO Terry Lapierre, with the help of deputy treasurer Di
Grade 3 and Grade 6 students with the Renfrew County District School Board won't be taking part in EQAO testing for the foreseeable future.
While "American Pharoah" continues to chase history, the Miramichi Lodge Foundation finished a fundraising horse race of their own Saturday night cashing in a purse of $19,000.
Schizophrenia has long been a misunderstood disease surrounded by more misconceptions than actual fact.
Sheri Matte was faced with one of the most difficult of choices of her life when it came to breast cancer.
In celebration of our First Nations peoples, National Aboriginal Day will held on Sunday, June 21 at the town's Centennial Park.