Citizens interested in taking part in how Pembroke runs things has until 4 p.m. Friday to step forward.
PETAWAWA – Garrison Petawawa officially wrapped up its 2014 Government of Canada Charitable Workplace outreach and fundraising campaign Dec. 17, 2014 during a festive gathering at the Garrison Petawawa Museum by presenting a check to the Renfrew County United Way campaign for $60,406.26, surpassing the Garrison’s forecasted goal to raise $50,00
PETAWAWA - It's mission accomplished for the 2 Service Battalion Truckers Toy Drive.
The man in red and white himself made a special visit to Phaze 1 Fitness in Pembroke Wednesday to try and make a difference for those with cancer.
Every day, hundreds of men and women put on the uniform and make the choice to protect and serve, not knowing whether they’ll return home safely. Policing, by its very nature, is a high-risk occupation. And one certainly doesn’t ever expect to be rewarded for their choices – it’s their duty.
The City of Pembroke will continue to foster close relations with Renfrew County as it contemplates rejoining the upper tier.
The twinning of Highway 17 and the restructuring of Chalk River Laboratories will lead the priorities for Renfrew County Council in the coming year.
Pembroke maybe 'Hockey Town' but Petawawa is now 'Running Town' and the home of champions.
EGANVILLE – Old man winter didn’t have his way this year with Santa or the community, with the sun shining and warmer than normal temperatures hundreds lined the streets to take in the annual Eganville Santa Claus Parade Sunday.
A jammed-packed Janna’s Gallery Café took in a 13-year-old ukulele player’s first public performance this weekend.
UPDATE – Police have confirmed the single vehicle rollover on Beachburg Road last night resulted in three people sent to Pembroke Regional Hospital.
The Rotary Park Field House will be open this winter, after the city of Pembroke agreed to pick up the maintenance costs.
PETAWAWA - The Christmas Angels are set to take flight once again.
PETAWAWA – For 25 years, Mayor Bob Sweet has served his neighbours, community and the residents of the Town of Petawawa and now, he’s been honoured and recognized by the province of Ontario for his hard work and dedication.
After three months overseas in Europe in response to the Ukraine crisis, Petawawa troops have come home for Christmas.
Everyone needs to stay fit, especially Old St. Nick.
A few furry friends were spreading cheer at Pembroke’s Algonquin College’s Waterfront campus recently.
A Petawawa Point family forever traumatized by a devastating tragedy have taken the first steps towards building a new life.
She awoke in the dead of night.