Algonquin College nursing students will be offering their services at the Pembroke Mall this Saturday to ensure area teddy bears and other stuffies, get the best possible care.
With spring finally arriving after a hard, long winter, folks will be flocking to the annual Petawawa Home, Leisure and Consumer Showcase this coming weekend.
A recent Supreme Court of Canada decision has brought a national spotlight to an issue that Renfrew County council will soon become quite familiar with.
The head of the local postal workers union has asked city council for more time before it decides to proceed or not with a ban on community mailboxes.
The Pembroke Police Services Board is supporting efforts by the Ontario Provincial Police to continue its successful domestic violence prevention program.
The parish hall at Our Lady of Lourdes church in Pembroke was transformed yesterday as a team of volunteers tackled the significant task of preparing hundreds of boxed lunches for today's Box of Possibilities fundraiser for Community Living.
PETAWAWA - The strength of the Ontario SPCA is measured in its volunteers.
Fashion and fundraising went hand in hand Tuesday evening, as Sunset Nursery and the Karisma Fashion Boutique hosted the Kiwanis Club of Pembroke's annual fashion show.
The company converting an existing natural gas pipeline so it can transport oil must institute better spill detection equipment and protocols says a local environment protection group.
Bringing a bit of Vegas and a bit of James Bond, Dineamics Pembroke recently held the Shaken Not Stirred charity social and raised $5,160 for the Pembroke Regional Hospital Foundation's MRI: Image Matters program, as well as a $500 bursary for an Algonquin College Nursing student.
On the day when ministers from every province in Canada were assembling in Quebec City to discuss issues of the environment, Renfrew County's development and property committee was hearing its own delegation on the real risks and rewards of allowing the Energy East pipeline to run through their region.
Soldiers from Garrison Petawawa will be among the first Canadian troops to deploy to Ukraine this summer to train that nation's forces in their fight against Russian-backed rebels.
There's nothing like playing 10 questions with the Governor General to get a lesson on the power of information technology.
Pembroke's Communities in Bloom program may be gone, but the city is hoping to keep its spirit alive at the local level.
With technology advancing faster than ever, it's not an uncommon sight in basements everywhere to see at least one or two old printers, VCRs, phones or other pieces of now-antiquates electronics. They clutter up the space, and they're basically no better than paperweights compared to their modern counterparts.
Renfrew-Nipissing-Pembroke MP Cheryl Gallant went on a bit of a tour of Pembroke earlier this month, doling out more than $200,000 in Eastern Ontario Development Program funding to KI Pembroke, SRB Technologies and Carefor.
Pembroke council has decided to finish paving International Drive, but will put off other improvements until a future date.
Acts of kindness are far-reaching and have the ability to influence positive change, and the Pembroke Regional Hospital Foundation is inviting folks to pay it forward and take up the 20/15 Kindness Challenge for MRI.
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