The light displays filling Riverside Park in Kapuskasing have been the target of rampant vandalism over the past few weeks
The Cochrane Crunch made some roster moves on Tuesday, which will see Kapuskasing native Kyle Sanford on the move.
On November 17, 2015 at 10:53 p.m., the OPP responded to a call on Riverside Drive in the Town of Kapuskasing regarding a confused female.
The OPP will be conducting its annual Festive R.I.D.E. (Reduce Impaired Driving Everywhere) campaign and the motorists can expect an increased police presence.
The Kapuskasing and District Chamber of Commerce (KDCC) is hosting their annual holiday mingle event on Nov.26 at the “log cabin” at 100 Government Rd. east.
Kapuskasing native Ireland Godard spent the past two years writing and recording an album.
Ontario and Ontario Parks' corporate partners are providing support to student employees in recognition of their excellent performance while working in Ontario Parks.
Residents are invited to take part in an afternoon of free exercise, information, and fun on Dec.5 in order to help raise toys for children in need.
Earlier this month, the Kapuskasing Diabetes Education Centre conducted an Aboriginal diabetes screening clinic and information day.
Hearst and area students remembered the fallen during the Legion's annual Remembrance Day contest.
Health Service Providers gathered in Kapuskasing on November 16, 2015 to celebrate 400 years of a French presence in Ontario.
Last week was Anti-Bullying week across Ontario, and St.Patrick's school held various activities in order to raise awareness and have the students stand up to bullying.
Kap woman Marylin Laforce was the recipient of a Caregiver Recognition Award.
Union Gas helped numerous fire departments across the district courtesy of a $1,500 grant awarded last week.