Concerned Renfrew County parents took to the streets Wednesday to protest the Liberal government's controversial sexual education curriculum set to roll out next week.
Susan Ellis is moving on.
Pembroke council still supports the idea of building a new fire station, but are in no hurry to do it.
On a hot, sweaty, sunny August afternoon, a parking lot may not be the place you'd expect to find hundreds of people gathering, but that's exactly what happened when the Royal Canadian Legion, Branch 517 in Petawawa asked for support from their community.
Today marks a new beginning for The Pembroke Daily Observer as we introduce a new design to the Upper Ottawa Valley's premier news voice.
Pembroke's core was awash in music and activity Saturday, as the downtown hosted its first ever patio party.
You know summer is coming to an end when the annual Cobden Fair rolls around.
It's become as synonymous with the Pembroke Old Time Fiddling and Step Dancing Championships as the prestigious contest itself.
Question #1 - What is your strongest personal quality that would make you the best representative of Renfrew-Nipissing-Pembroke?
ALLUMETTE ISLAND – The citizens of Chapeau now have a centre for the arts to call their own.
ALLUMETTE ISLAND – It seems people in Chapeau love dancing in the streets.
The Pembroke Legion's first ever Summer Fest 1 has been a success.
The Pembroke Old Time Fiddling and Step Dancing Championships are only a week away, and this year marks a very special anniversary for one of the largest annual events in the Ottawa Valley: 40 years of bringing the best musicians and dancers from around the region and across the country to the Pembroke shores of the Ottawa River.
A London murder suspect who drowned while trying to escape police was solely to blame for his own death, Ontario’s police watchdog has ruled.
ALLUMETTE ISLAND – The village of Chapeau is inviting everyone to come out Saturday and enjoy the hospitality.
Cheryl Gallant said the Oct. 19 federal election is all about two issues, the economy and the safety and security of Canadians.
Earl Andrews, the innovative businessman behind the private ambulance service that was the prototype for today's Renfrew County paramedics and who later worked to secure the region's first 'Jaws of Life,' has died. He was 82.
It's election season again, and the 42nd federal election is the longest since 1872, so that leaves lots of time to really get to know the people who hope to represent the riding of Renfrew-Nipissing-Pembroke in Ottawa when the new session of parliament opens.
On Tuesday, Aug. 18, local kids got the chance to work up a sweat at Pembroke's Riverside Park, under the supervision and tutelage of Renfrew County and District Health Unit health promoter Brian Brohart.