Lambton College has added a number of new programs to its online roster for fall 2016.
One of my favourite writers is Seth Godin, a marketer extraordinaire who has written several thought-provoking books, one of which is “Tribes,” which has a lot to do with creating groups of people, large or small, who are connected to one another.
A group of students connecting with the Judith & Norman Alix Art Gallery and the County of Lambton’s Immigration Youth Engagement Project held its Random Acts of Art Workshop, with an “Imagining My Sustainable City” on the agenda.
- ‘Float down’ turns into ‘melt down’
- Head of Lambton College program has ‘Hip’ connection
- City should borrow long-term to fix roads before they get worse
- Sunday will feature Doggie Paddle Beach Fest
- Police say they have third person wanted in connection with Pike murder
- Upcoming Festival of Good Things will be ‘Colourful’
An “end of summer” event now in its fourth year has a new venue that should prove to make the Festival of Good Things even better than ever, say organizers.
Sarnia Police have now arrested a third person wanted in connection with the March 25, 2016 murder of 26-year-old Jonathan Pike.
Opening Segment: That Night In Sarnia an overwhelming success. The Entertainment Scene: Hockey is here.
The Sarnia Legionnaires used an almost all-rookie lineup Tuesday as they battled the Chatham Maroons to a 3-3 deadlock in Western Jr.
Lambton County’s Health Department has confirmed the first confirmed instance of West Nile virus, following the testing of a dead crow found in the north end of Sarnia.
Organizer Jenilyn Sheppard is hoping this Sunday’s Doggie Paddle Beach Fest will be the first of several to come.
This is a message that won’t be received positively by many who read it.
Let’s call it a misadventure. Or bad planning. Or, well, let’s leave it at that.
Saturday’s simulcast of the final concert for The Tragically Hip, one of Canada’s iconic rock groups, will certainly be one that will live long in the memories of those attending the free Canatara Park event in Sarnia.
The Judith & Norman Alix Foundation says it is now receiving funding applications for local capital projects, with a deadline of October 1, 2016.
Despite numerous attempts by authorities to discourage participants, the 39th edition of the “Port Huron Float Down” will take place Sunday, prompting authorities on both sides of the border to restrict marine traffic between noon and 8 p.m.
Derek Drouin, who hails from Corunna, took the gold medal in high jump on Tuesday night at the Olympic Games in Rio de Janeiro.
Landmark Village hosted its Fun in the Sun party July 30.