Pembroke’s Patti-Kay Hamilton is the 2014 winner for the CBC Creative Nonfiction Prize, it was announced Monday.
The Beachburg Fair committee had something extra to celebrate during this weekend's 157th edition of the annual fair.
Pembroke residents who thought they felt the earth move Sunday morning were right, as a small earthquake rumbled its way through the area.
WHITEWATER REGION - The curtain has come down on another successful Beachburg Fair.
CORMAC - God will never give up on us, even if we keep wishing for Him to deliver on less than ideal things.
Algonquin College in the Ottawa Valley warmly welcomed its new president Friday, as she completed a whirlwind tour of the college's three campuses.
GARRISON PETAWAWA – There was a true sense of civic pride in the air in Friday, as a dedicated group showed off Canada’s largest land base and parts of the municipality to a few special visitors.
They came, they saw, they judged.
PETAWAWA – National Aboriginal Day is coming to Centennial Park in 2015.
LAURENTIAN VALLEY – Thanks to a recent anonymous donation of $7,000, Stafford Park is getting a bit of a facelift.
On July 15, recent graduates of the Office Administration - Executive program at Algonquin College hit the hallway to strut their stuff.
One of the oldest fairs in the Ottawa Valley gets underway tonight in Beachburg.
An eight-block portion of Mackay Street is getting a face lift, an operation which will extend the life of the road.
PETAWAWA –The combining of Civic Centre Days with RibFest created a summer festival attended like none other, staff told council recently.
Since 1966, the Boys and Girls Club of Pembroke has been helping youth and young children.
The city is still struggling to deal with a cranky electronic sign, but hope to have it working again soon.
Not every summer camp takes youngsters into the woods or on a canoeing expedition.
The preparations are over for Pembroke's Communities in Bloom.
Area youth are spending part of their summer learning how to be tomorrow's leaders.