Once again, the Pembroke Fire Department is holding its eighth annual open house on Saturday, Oct. 10.
Pembroke's great urban chicken debate has been put off for the time being.
Hiring the differently-abled just makes sense.
Conservative incumbent Cheryl Gallant stands alone in defence of Canada's current electoral system, as revealed at the all-candidates discussion held at the end of September at the Francophone Cultural Centre in Pembroke. The fifth and final question posed to Gallant and challengers Hector Clouthier (independent), Stefan Klietsch (Green Party), Jef
The man accused of killing three women across Eastern Ontario and sparking a manhunt as far as Ottawa last month made a brief appearance in Pembroke court Monday afternoon.
St. Joseph's Food Bank will be appealing to the public to help fill their shelves.
One person died at the scene and another three were injured in an Algonquin Park accident involving a passenger vehicle and a bus, the Ontario Provincial Police stated in a news release on Saturday.
Under the late summer sun, the Malcolm, Deavitt and Binhammer Funeral Home held a special ceremony in tribute to the families they have served this past year.
wo Ottawa Valley communities, separated by distance but not by sense of purpose, hit the walking trails to raise money and awareness of breast cancer.
Saturday's annual Women Walking for Hope fundraiser just keeps getting better and better.
Facing the voters for the second scheduled debate of this prolonged election campaign, the riding's federal candidates tackled questions Wednesday night about the future of nuclear energy, funding for the CBC, the legalization of marijuana and veterans' benefits.
A buffalo is dead after two vehicles hit it on the QEW, near Lyons Creek Road in Niagara Falls Tuesday morning, according to the Ontario Provincial Police.
LAURENTIAN VALLEY TWP. - A farm hidden behind the trees lining Zanders Road has been cultivating a relationship as old as mankind – that between man and horse.
The first ever Guys Night Out fundraiser has proven to be a great success.
Each week, Renfrew-Nipissing-Pembroke's federal election candidates are asked one question, and given a limit of 200-300 words to provide their answers. Responses are printed in Saturday's edition of the Daily Observer. Question #4 was asked three weeks ago, but didn't make it online, so here it is for our virtual readers. (Note: candidate response
Max Keeping’s work was in broadcasting. But his vocation — his life — was in helping.
Friends and family of Nathalie Warmerdam, murdered in her home during last week's killing spree that rocked the Ottawa Valley, came together at the Petawawa Golf Club to celebrate a brilliant and joyful life cut brutally short.
The community will be asked to come out for a good cause on Saturday, Oct. 10 for the 11th annual Dr. Kim Armstrong Turkey Trot.
Peter "Sab" Sabourin was a memorable man in more ways than one, but apart from his obvious musical legacy in the Ottawa Valley and across Northern Ontario, perhaps the thing he is most remembered for is his incredibly generous spirit, and the willingness to use his status and position to help as many people as possible.