A proposed development for a downtown student residence has hit universal resistance from Pembroke council, the planning and planning advisory committees, local merchants and landlords alike.
Canada's senior cavalry regiment marked another changing of the guard with Lt.-Col. Andrew Atherton handing over command to Lt.-Col. Steve Graham.
A former Pembroke resident and author is being recognized for her work recently, across the nation.
Mayor Bob Sweet would like to see Festival Hall develop a solid business plan that will not require continuing increases in financial support from contributing municipalities.
Another step in the revitalization of Pembroke's downtown core has been taken, as a developer has officially opened a quad of luxury apartments in the heart of the city.
With residential growth forecasted to taper off in the next 20 years, council has agreed to a decrease in the town's development charges.
The Renfrew County Catholic School Board will invest over $62 million in its faith-based education system for the upcoming year.
As fighting between government and separatist rebels escalates in Eastern Ukraine, a contingent of local soldiers left here Monday destined for Poland.
After 100 years of evolution, Algonquin Park’s east side area has transformed and transformed again and a select few this Saturday were treated to a walk through time.
The rodeo is coming to Beachburg in August!
The Frontline Tourism Trade Show hosted by the Ottawa Valley Tourist Association (OVTA) this June at the Best Western in Pembroke will be back next year, staff have confirmed.
Four youngsters are now cruising in style this summer thanks to the Tim Hortons’ Earn-A-Bike program.
With a resounding shout of their motto “Chimo,” the sappers of 2 Combat Engineer Regiment bid farewell to Lt.-Col. Nicholas Pilon last week.
Week five of the Pembroke Mixed Beach Volleyball League season featured a number of evenly matched teams directly competing with each other producing one of the best weeks of action yet.
Cleaning up Muskrat Lake and the entirety of its watershed will require the group will of everyone.
The case of a Petawawa soldier charged with numerous sexual assaults continues to progress through the justice system.
The city of Pembroke is hoping to meet soon with Rogers Communications in order to try and convince them to relocate a proposed communication tower.
Atomic Energy of Canada Limited reported Thursday that they suffered a leak of non-radiological materials at its Chalk River Laboratories.
About five per cent of skilled trades workers are women.