The Pembroke Public Library honoured culture, diversity and community at their Community Meets celebration.
The Boys and Girls Club’s summer camp were visited by the University of Ottawa’s Adventures in Science and Engineering (AES).
The hockey world and the Upper Ottawa Valley were rocked at the passing of former Ottawa Senators coach and general manager Bryan Murray.
Sexual assault: The Roadshow will be making stops in Pembroke and Eganville this September.
Pembroke’s Kinsmen Pool has been nominated for a $250,000 makeover through Kraft Heinz Project Play.
The U15 boys soccer season has come to a close with this past weekend’s playoff tournament.
The local Liberal Party held their second annual Your Voice Your Canada Blueberry Social Hugli’s Ranch on Aug. 13.
DEEP RIVER – Deep River Yacht and Tennis Club has celebrated the success of its young sailors and the receipt of a grant from TransCanada.
PETAWAWA – The Town of Petawawa’s first annual Paddle for CHEO event raised more than $10,000 for the children’s hospital.
PEMBROKE & PETAWAWA – More than 300 canoe, paddleboard and kayak enthusiasts took part in the third annual Upper Ottawa River Race and Paddle Festival this past weekend.
The 33rd annual Kiwanis Double Cross saw four brave swimmers challenge the Ottawa River to raise $8,200 for disadvantaged children.
CHALK RIVER – Atomic Energy of Canada Limited (AECL) and Canadian Nuclear Laboratories (CNL) opened its doors to the public for the first time in five years.
PETAWAWA – The Petawawa Heritage Village stepped back in time to 1867 to commemorate the Confederation of Canada this weekend.
PETAWAWA & PEMBROKE – The Ottawa River will heavy with traffic this weekend as over 150 paddlers will racing between Pembroke and Petawawa for the third Upper Ottawa River Race and Paddle Festival.
It was a treat to beat the heat, while supporting a good cause.
In this world of economic uncertainty, forestry remains a growing concern.
FORESTERS FALLS – The second annual Pick N’ Ride Festival will be rocking the Horse Country Campground from Aug. 10 to 13.
The people opposed to Canadian Nuclear Laboratories' (CNL) near surface disposal facility project have gained a political ally.
A local resident has received the prestigious Sovereign’s Medal for Volunteers for her 20-plus years of voluntary treasurer work with organizations across Ontario and Quebec.