For the sixth year in a row the Alzheimer’s Association of Sarnia Lambton is presenting a writing contest, with this year’s theme being “letters to your loved ones.” Writers can pick anyone to dedicate their letter to, including their past or future selves, a loved one, a pet or caregiver.
Sarnia Lambton`s business community will take centre stage at Queen`s Park March 10th and 11th during the Chamber`s 2015 Queens’ Park Trip.
Businesses know that people are at the core of their success and smart leaders work hard to recruit and retain the most talented people—no matter where they come from.
The Sarnia Legionnaires lost an extremely frustrating game Friday, falling 4-3 to the St.
It’s been awhile coming, but there was finally some joy in Stingville Friday night.
Diversion Entertainment is ending five and a half years of intriguing audiences with hilarious and moving performances at the Sarnia Library and Imperial Theatres.
PLYMOUTH, Mich. – The Sarnia Sting just can’t seem to buy a win these days.
Experience will square off against youthful enthusiasm when the Sarnia Legionnaires meet the St.
Lambton College has received $505,000 in funding from the province which it will use for a new line-up of 12 courses as part of its membership in Ontario Online, a new collaborative Centre of Excellence in technology-enabled learning.
Davis Boyer The Sarnia Legionnaires had a banner night at Monday’s annual Western Jr.
An investigation into the discovery of two adult male bodies is continuing as Walpole Island Police Service with assistance from Lambton OPP under the direction of OPP Detective Inspector Tracy Dobbin from the Criminal Investigation Branch await the results from the post mortem exams.
Sarnia Police Service is investigating a break and enter to two storage containers at Lambton College.
August 15 and 16 will be an exciting weekend for art lovers in the Sarnia area as The Pathways Health Centre for Children hosts its annual ARTZscape by the Bay in Centennial Park.
After 19 years of buying tickets for the Bluewater Health Foundation Dream Home Lottery, John and Judy Scholz were obviously patient, albeit happy they were supporting a good cause.
The Sarnia Sting dropped a 7-4 decision to the London Knights, Sunday afternoon in front of 3,482 boisterous fans at the RBC Centre.
Sarnia Police responded to 126 calls for service this past weekend.