After a long road, complete with some twists, turns, and a few bumps, Pembroke is officially home to a brand new permanent skate park.
DEEP RIVER – In February, the town of Deep River rallied to bring in and help settle a Syrian refugee family.
Upper Valley Drive will be getting a facelift.
NORTH ALGONA/WILBERFORCE – Faced with what she calls harassment and intimidation, Deborah Farr stated emphatically Thursday she will not resign as mayor of the township.
EGANVILLE – Community pride was in evidence Tuesday at the Eganville Arena, as 500 gathered there to see themselves Still Standing.
The Summer Smiles Campaign is asking area businesses to celebrate the Civic Holiday by sending a child in need to summer camp.
Relations between the citizen and law enforcement have becoming a growing issue this summer especially in the wake of tragic shootings of police officers in the U.S.
Big changes are in store for a pair of long-standing service clubs.
At 39 years old, Cory Zadorozny has already had a musical career to envy, including Juno awards, touring with major bands, and gracing major stages across the country. Now he's bringing his current band, The Wicked Mercy, back to his home town for a Saturday night show at Lasso Live in downtown Pembroke on July 23.
WHITEWATER REGION – A 159-year-old summer tradition continues.
Council has endorsed the establishment of a food bank in the town that could open its doors by the end of the year.
A newly formed group of volunteers is hoping to make the Petawawa Public Library a viable, vital and visible cultural hub in the town.
Ontario’s municipalities will be relinquishing the costs and contents of blue boxes to the manufacturers that created the recyclables in the first place under Bill 151, the Waste-Free Ontario Act that recently passed at Queen's Park.
A Petawawa woman hopes to one day work for the Canadian space program after receiving a special scholarship presented to the children of soldiers killed in Afghanistan.
As of this fall, the Ottawa Valley Waste Recovery Centre (OVWRC) will no longer recycle Styrofoam or grocery bags.
During the Second World War, women entered the workforce in unprecedented numbers as widespread male enlistment left gaping holes in the industrial labour force.
St. Luke's Anglican Church hosted its fourth annual Vacation Bible School last week inviting 45 children and pre-teens to learn the invaluable lessons from the Bible and grow as Christians but in a fun way.
Challenged to be ready for the next mission that will inevitably come its way, 1 Canadian Field Hospital embarked on a new journey Friday with a new commanding officer at the helm.
Focusing on training the doctors, clinicians and medics of the future, 1 Canadian Field Hospital has dedicated a special medical simulation room in memory of a fallen comrade.