The Kiwanis Music Festival resumed Tuesday with the Strings & Instrumental session after the festival enjoyed a one–week hiatus to allow for March Break.
The Robbie Dean Family Counselling Centre is launching its biggest fundraiser in order to Unmask the Night and shed light on mental illness.
Downtown Pembroke had a prosperous 2016, and if all continues to go as planned 2017 will be even better.
Renfrew-Nipissing-Pembroke MPP John Yakabuski still hasn’t received a firm commitment from the transportation minister on four-laning Highway 17.
It seems the federal government has decided to hit the pause button, based on its do-little 2017 spring budget.
The city of Pembroke has recently been advised that salespeople are travelling door-to-door selling water filtration systems.
What can be more Canadian than maple syrup?
Making lemonade from lemons, the city of Pembroke will be doing three road projects they originally cut from the 2017 budget.
The Ottawa Valley Historical Society (OVHS) is seeking funds towards its 2017 operations.
The Township of Laurentian Valley will be hosting a different kind of rodeo this summer.
At approximately 7:30 p.m. on March 21 the Upper Ottawa Valley Ontario Provincial Police (OPP) responded to the area of Laroche Crescent and Herman Street in Petawawa after information was received that a male had been stabbed. Police attended and found a 51-year-old male who had been injured with an edged weapon.The suspect, a 25-year-old male, wa
Opposition to the Near Surface Disposal Facility (NSDF) at Chalk River has been growing.
Canadian Nuclear Laboratories (CNL) has submitted a draft environmental impact statement for its latest project to the Canadian Nuclear Safety Commission (CNSC).
A familiar face around the community will be solely missed as Constable Beth Ethier turns in her badge concluding a fulfilling 30-year career with the Ontario Provincial Police. The community safety/mobilization officer for the Upper Ottawa Valley OPP Detachment officially retired from the force at the end of November, however, her colleagues recently threw her a farewell
It was not the outcome that minor hockey players in Cobden were hoping for after it was announced Saturday night that the Astrolabe Arena was not one of the two finalists in the Kraft Hockeyville 2017 competition.
Local sisters Asha and Roopa Suppiah from Deep River are revolutionizing philanthropy for Canadians. They have founded the humanitarian organization Water Well-ness Project and are passionate advocates for solving the world water crisis.Through their organization, they’ve launched a new program called H2O Investments and are inviting the Ottawa Val
On his journey to NASCAR, Carl Gauthier made a pit stop at the Pembroke Mall this past weekend to thank the community for helping him pursue his dream. The Petawawa racer will be competing in this year's NASCAR Pinty’s Series at the Canadian Tire Motorsport Park (CTMP) in Bowmanville, Ontario
Giving back is always in style.
If you ask a child who their heroes in the community are, they’ll likely mention the local firefighters.