Less than a week before the election, Pembroke council candidates had one last chance to make an impression with the voting public.
In the wake of a terrorist attack in Ottawa that left one soldier dead, security has been heightened at Garrison Petawawa.
For more than 40 years, Bill Siebarth has been contributing to the Township of Laurentian Valley.
Dominic Grosleau wants to bring some new ideas and energy to town council.
A Laurentian Valley businessman with a proven track record for positive results and bringing people together is vying for a seat on council.
The memory of Robyn Gravel continues to inspire students at Bishop Smith Catholic High School.
Pursuing development and job creation, promoting tourism and eliminating consultants were among the promises made Monday night by the 11 candidates hoping to form Whitewater Region's next council.
Growing the local economy, spending tax dollars wisely and getting rid of consultants were among the promises made by the 17 candidates for Whitewater Region's next council Monday night.
Council accountability, consultants, protecting the environment and taking on the bureaucrats in Toronto dominated the discussion of those candidates seeking to the lead Whitewater Region for the next four years.
More than 200 years of Bavarian tradition were observed at Pembroke's Germania Club on Saturday, as Oktoberfest was celebrated.
WHITEWATER REGION - They saved the best for last with Taste of the Valley 2014.
It's as simple as black and white - the fancy dress party continues to be a winner for the Pembroke Regional Hospital Foundation.
Wendy Hewitt wants to continue representing Laurentian Valley and North Algona Wilberforce townships as a trustee on the Renfrew County District School Board.
Today, Kernels of Wisdom reaches a milestone in newsprint.
The Royal Canadian Legion is ready to launch its 2014 poppy campaign and Pembroke Branch 72 will be on the front lines.
The Canadian flag will still fly proudly high above Pembroke's city hall, after council agreed to spend $13,300 to add a safety railing.
Keith Banks felt it was time to do something about the lack of growth in Pembroke and high taxes.
LAURENTIAN VALLEY – Winston Churchill once said, “There is something about the outside of a horse that is good for the inside of a man.”
The Ontario Trillium Foundation has agreed to a $74,000 one-year donation to help a number of local community agencies here in Renfrew County join forces and tackle youth suicide and mental health head on.