The suspect charged in the stabbing death of an Arnprior man made another appearance in a Pembroke court Tuesday.
With an overwhelmingly busy summer recreation-wise and limited staff and volunteers, it's looking as though Civic Centre Days and RibFest fans will have to come together in the town this summer.
Four of the world's leading engineering and technology companies hope to become the operators of Atomic Energy of Canada Limited's Chalk River Laboratories.
When the Pembroke Lumber Kings' season abruptly came to an end, the Kings were forced to say a sad farewell to two local favourites, captain Sam Gleason and assistant captain Lucas Gonu.
The Petawawa soldier facing multiple sexual assault charges is being described as a “very nice” guy by those who know him.
A Petawawa soldier is facing 18 additional charges in relation to 10 victims.
Ena Leach is one of the originals.
OTTAWA — The Federal Court of Appeal upheld a landmark ruling Thursday that gave Canada's Metis population Indian status within the Constitution, and all the rights and services that go with it.
Every dog has his or her day, as Tuesday's Pembroke council meeting demonstrated.
Petawawa's new Valour Community School is progressing well and on schedule.
PETAWAWA - Members of town council earned between $21,000 and $45,000 in 2013, according to remuneration statements released recently.
With the spring break up comes the increased risk of spring flooding.
Scotiabank has joined Carefor Health and Community Services as it gets ready for its annual charity auction.
LAURENTIAN VALLEY - Council is concerned over the recent announcement that Ontario will expand the powers of the provincial Ombudsman, allowing the independent watchdog to investigate municipalities, universities and school boards.
A Petawawa man facing multiple charges reappeared in Pembroke provincial court Thursday.
The town will be looking at other places to cut from the budget over the next year.
LAURENTIAN VALLEY - As part of the 2014 budget considerations, the township continues to move forward with plans to make upgrades to the Shady Nook Recreation Centre for its use as a possible emergency reception centre and evacuation centre.
Faced with decreasing revenues and rising costs, council found itself navigating a perfect financial storm Thursday as it deliberated its 2014 municipal budget.
Pembroke's "Senior Drop-In Centre" has been serving the social needs of seniors for 40 years, and will be celebrating this milestone on Saturday.