The Renfrew County District School Board is moving into a new year with a new faces at the wheel.
LAURENTIAN VALLEY – Former Township of Laurentian Valley Coun. George Hodgkinson rejoined his former council during his official inauguration ceremony on Dec. 6.
Pembroke will be lit with a giant musical Christmas tree as The Singing Christmas Tree returns for the 22nd year.
Renfrew County officials are hopeful their message is getting through about the importance of the Highway 417 extension.
The Champlain Trail Museum and Pioneer Village opened up their doors to hundreds of shoppers for their first Christmas Market.
Into its 33rd year, the Beachburg Santa Claus Parade of Lights continued to entertain, dazzle and delight its many hundred spectators.
A new festival in the tradition of Sabstock is making its debut on Canada Day weekend, June 29-July 2, 2017.
For one night only, Lumber Town became Tinseltown as Jaydn Malone was on hand to personally open her new hit movie, “Arrival,” at the Algonquin Cinemas Friday night.
Canadian country music star Jason Blaine has made it possible for his hometown Ottawa Valley to benefit from even more funding in celebration of Canada's 150th birthday.
The truckers are back to help make this Christmas a little brighter for the area's underprivileged children.
KILLALOE - On December 1, 2016 at approximately 11:03 a.m., Ontario Provincial Police responded to a serious single vehicle collision on Highway # 60, North Algona Wilberforce Twp.
A man is dead after stepping out of his car on Highway 401 in Toronto and getting hit by multiple vehicles.
Pembroke’s recreation department took the time Thursday to recognize those who continue to make Pembroke's Santa Claus Parade of Lights a bigger, better and brighter event each and every year.
Travis Wood, a former Bishop Smith Catholic High School student, is making big waves within the Canadian film industry.
Bishop Smith Catholic High School students have made their mark in national yearbook history.
Renfrew County’s managed forests will remain profitable until the year 2040, however, depleted stocks will need to be renewed to make the industry financially viable.
Even if the province was to suddenly approve funding to four lane Highway 17 from Renfrew to Petawawa and beyond, construction couldn’t begin until the 40-year old designs for the project are updated.
It is less than a month before Christmas, and organizers are hard at work making sure everything is ready for the ninth annual Community Christmas Dinner in Pembroke.
His tireless efforts finally leading to the designation of the Ottawa River as a national historic site, Len Hopkins was honoured Wednesday for a life of service as an educator, parliamentarian and volunteer.