Turkey Trotters will be treated to a Downtown Funk Street Party when they reach the finish line this year.
It's time to bid a fond farewell to the Patriotes of 2017.
Despite falling victim to this season's unpredictable bad weather, organizers were hailing Petawawa Civic Centre Days a success over the weekend.
GARRISON PETAWAWA – The tomahawk has been passed to a new commander of 2 Canadian Mechanized Brigade Group.
Walter Stack and some members of Renfrew County council feel it is time to examine the taxpayer funding of multiple school boards.
Matthew Unrau is finishing the school year achieving excellence in the prestigious University of Waterloo Mathematics Competition.
It was a unique display of pride and history as Canada's First Nations peoples were celebrated for their contributions to our nation Wednesday at Pembroke's waterfront.
Local outdoorsman Philip Chester has officially traversed one quarter of his 200 kilometre paddle to get kids into canoes.
Carefor Pembroke-Renfrew County hopes to recruit more volunteers for their community palliative visiting programs which aim to ease the burden of those dealing with a terminal illness.
Gordon White, a former Renfrew County warden and municipal politician who devoted 39 years of public service, has died. He was 78.
2017 is a significant year for Lutherans as it marks the 500th anniversary of the Reformation.
The Kiwanis Club of Pembroke held its third annual charity turtle race on Saturday, raising nearly $7,000 for its ongoing works.
Yogis will be doing Chaturanga for charity this July.
The soldiers, sailors, airmen and airwomen of 2 Service Battalion welcomed home Lt.-Col. Kieran Kennedy as the combat support unit conducted their change of command ceremony Monday.
Bishop Smith arts and technology students displayed their talents and achievements at their year-end showcase on June 15.
The federal government's new defence policy promises more resources and funding to help military families that frequently get posted and Military Family Resource Centres across the country.
Fire engulfed a trailer in the town's industrial park off Black Bay Road on Sunday afternoon.
Heartless and cruel.
A 74-year-old man has been charged after allegedly exposing himself to a nine- year-old girl at a Markham grocery store earlier this month.