Council declined to endorse a policy directing the deployment of removable rubber speed humps in areas around town where speeding is becoming a major issue.
For the fifth year in a row, the Eganville Fair will be bringing music, entertainment, fun and games to the Bonnechere Valley this weekend, with festivities kicking off at 2 p.m. on Friday, July 31.
The Town of Deep River is hitting a milestone this year, and they're inviting everyone to come out and celebrate it with them.
With blue-green algae on the rise, the topic of water quality is especially relevant to residents of Cobden, Muskrat Lake and its watershed and the Ottawa Valley.
When Frank Sapach of Chilliwack, BC set off on his epic cross-Canada trek nearly two years ago, it was with something of a resigned mindset, but since then he and his traveling companion, a nine-year-old German Shepherd named Shiela, have found a new lease on life, and have brought joy to innumerable people along the way.
Moving towards the fifth month since The Daily Observer became part of Postmedia Network Inc.’s family offers us the opportunity to update you, our readers, on some of the changes you’ve no doubt noticed in these pages and also online.
With Environment Canada forecasting temperatures in Renfrew County and District to reach highs near 30 C or hotter with humidity, the Renfrew County and District Health Unit is issuing a Hot Weather Health Warning.
Work on Pembroke's waterfront boardwalk is nearing completion, with organizers confident it will be ready for its official unveiling on Monday.
In June, four winners of the Wasmund Family Memorial Scholar (WFMS) Award, Yasmin Fakli from Madawaska Valley District High School in Barry’s Bay and Loreena Dobson, Leree MacPherson and Breenah Mulligan who all attended Opeongo High School in Douglas, graduated with distinction from Queen’s University in Kingston, Ont.
The twists and turns will keep you guessing to the very end of Kiss & Tell, local suspense author Luke Murphy's second crime-thrilling novel, hit the shelves on July 20.
The Champlain Trail Museum and Pioneer Village is benefiting from the Canada 150 grant program.
WHITEWATER REGION – The Whitewater Industrial Park is open for business.
It's not over until it's over for a native man still battling hunting charges.
With development of an asset management plan underway, township council is now looking to set strategic goals for the next five years.
The township got back on track Monday night three weeks after a majority of council walked out protesting the actions of the mayor who had abruptly ended their regular meeting.
It was a high-flying weekend at the Beachburg Fair as folks were thrilled with death defying motorbike jumps, a roaring demolition derby, horse pulls and the sudden appearance of a caped crusader.
A single motor vehicle collision on Highway 60 Sunday claimed the life of one man.
RANKIN – Cars of every stripe and era were out in full force Sunday for the third annual Motor Toy Show and Shine at the Rankin Culture and Recreation Centre.
"Hello children! Just another reminder that according to a city bylaw you can't sell worms. In addition, you can't eat worms. Also we are banning the sale of gummy worms from the candy store! And another thing, if your puppy has worms we are going to take him away, too!"