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New federal funding to secure high-speed internet access for Ottawa's rural communities on its way

New federal funding to secure high-speed internet access for Ottawa's rural communities on its way

The funding targets 146 households in Navan, Vars, Blackburn Hamlet and Carlsbad Springs.
Two people treated in hospital after car smashes into multiple vehicles in Pembroke

Two people treated in hospital after car smashes into multiple vehicles in Pembroke

A 61-year-old driver from the Town of Renfrew has been charged.
Popular Carleton Place coffee shop closing doors for good

Popular Carleton Place coffee shop closing doors for good

The owner of Under Pressure Coffee House says she has exhausted all feasible options and has no choice but to close.
Smiths Falls' Brooke Henderson named to Canadian Olympic squad

Smiths Falls' Brooke Henderson named to Canadian Olympic squad

The 23-year-old and former world No. 1 holds the record for most professional golf wins by a Canadian.
Lanark County OPP need help identifying suspected shoplifter

Lanark County OPP need help identifying suspected shoplifter

Police say the suspect, who was wearing a ball cap and had their face covered by a black mask, fled the scene in a grey SUV.
Ottawa Valley town looking to seize pandemic-induced opportunity

Ottawa Valley town looking to seize pandemic-induced opportunity

Many Ottawa residents have been spending the pandemic visiting nearby towns to escape the city, and now at least one of those towns is racing to boost tourism initiatives in order to convince visitors to make permanent moves.
WOWman art exhibit puts spotlight on four Ottawa Valley female artists

WOWman art exhibit puts spotlight on four Ottawa Valley female artists

The women who make up WOWman all come with their own distinctive style.
Elite Taxi in Kemptville shutters eight months after opening

Elite Taxi in Kemptville shutters eight months after opening

After two lockdowns and numerous unfortunate events, its owners say the decision had to be made.
Two-day heat warning issued for parts of eastern Ontario

Two-day heat warning issued for parts of eastern Ontario

Temperatures are expected to reach almost 40 C with the humidex, Environment Canada says.
Ottawa sees lowest active COVID-19 case count since last July

Ottawa sees lowest active COVID-19 case count since last July

Ottawa is also on its second day of reporting new case numbers in the single digits.
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