Summer officially arrived in downtown Pembroke on Saturday.
ADMASTON/BROMLEY – Opeongo celebrated their best and brightest as another class of Wildcats prepared Friday to leave high school behind for a big, uncertain future.
NORTH ALGONA WILBERFORCE TWP. - The Shaw Woods Outdoor Education Centre has gotten a little safer thanks to the installation of new traffic lights.
Nothing says summer like a show-and-shine.
Jeanne-Lajoie's Class of 2016 paused Thursday to reflect on the past four years of their high school lives before looking towards a bright, unpredictable future.
The Class of 2016 bid farewell to Mackenzie Community School as another generation of Mustangs began a new journey Friday.
Another class of Falcons has taken wing and left the Fellowes High School nest, destined for all manner of futures in trades, professions or further academic pursuits.
The spirit and academic achievement of the L'Equinoxe Patriotes was on display Thursday as the Class of 2016 said goodbye.
The Class of 2016 from Bishop Smith Catholic High School processed in to Our Lady of Lourdes Church on Thursday night like royal blue-clad bundles of nerves, but walked out at the end of their commencement ceremony high school graduates.
The future is looking bright for the Boys and Girls Club of Pembroke.
It was a hard road at times, but one well worth travelling.
Tom Mohns is concerned that too many residents are violating the town’s open air bylaw.
Everyone knows Community Living Upper Ottawa Valley is a special organization.
The Renfrew County United Way announced earlier this month that 10 charities will receive more than $210,000 to fund health and social services projects and services for 2016/2017.
Officials and councillors at Laurentian Valley are keeping a close eye on growth in the township following a slightly worrying report filed at the last regular meeting of council on Tuesday, June 21.
The Township of Laurentian Valley is calling it a day on negotiations for the abandoned CN Rail corridor, council voted at their last regular meeting on Tuesday, June 21.
It was the end of the beginning of establishing a major trail network through Eastern Ontario.
As it embarks on the road to high readiness once more, 2 Canadian Mechanized Brigade Group announced Tuesday the creation of a new task force that honours the warrior culture of Canada’s First Nations.
Throughout the month of May, the Township of Laurentian Valley held their first ever "Prepare Your Selfie" contest, inviting residents to take a photo with their own households' 72-hour emergency preparedness kits and submitting them to be entered into a draw.