LAURENTIAN VALLEY - Daniel Mazur, a newcomer to the township is vying for a seat as councillor.
While celebrating its 60th anniversary, the Marianhill Nursing Home here in Pembroke continues to exceed expectations.
This December a group of young historians from Fellowes High School will set flight to Eastern Europe and a select few are getting a little help the Beachburg Lions Club.
The impact of Clara Hughes' inspiration visit to Renfrew County is still being felt with several local agencies benefiting from the money raised through the Olympic great's momentous 11,000-kilometre bike ride across Canada.
Candidates running for town council faced questions concerning amalgamation, public transportation, police contracting and what they would do to develop more parkland during an election forum here Tuesday night.
The Pembroke Fire Department is able to beef up its training, thanks to a grant from Enbridge Gas Distribution.
Affordable seniors housing, improving recreation, infrastructure spending and wise spending of tax dollars were among the promises made by the 12 candidates for Petawawa's next town council Tuesday night.
Admaston/Bromley Mayor Raye-Anne Briscoe will be entering the political fray once more as she runs to keep her seat in this October's municipal election.
The Renfrew County District School Board is just as frustrated as the public regarding delays in opening Petawawa's Valour School.
After 32 years of serving people in need throughout Renfrew County, the Bereaved Families of Ontario (BFO) Pembroke Chapter is closing.
Fortune favours the bold, but the buoyant has the edge on the water.
It was enough to make the Great Pumpkin himself jealous.
The troops came through again Friday raising crucial dollars for the United Way on two fronts.
It's mission accomplished for the Engineer at the Top.
The long and fruitful relationship between Algonquin College and Cogeco has reached a new plateau, thanks to a generous donation from the telecommunications company.
For the fifth year in a row here in Pembroke, Riverside Park was a sea of green and white, Sept. 25, as hundreds came together to celebrate French-Canadian culture and the official inauguration of the Franco-Ontarian flag.
After three months overseas in support of NATO operations launched in response to the Ukraine crisis, 120 local troops received a VIP's welcome Wednesday night.
In the name of supporting one another, friendship, family, sport and fun, the 10th annual Dr. Kim Armstrong Turkey Trot returns this Thanksgiving weekend.
Children in need in Renfrew County have friends at Riverview Heights here in Pembroke.