A local firm has a core mission of helping students in the higher grades improve their performance in math and science.
Gladys is a one-year-old domestic short-hair cat who has been at the Sarnia & District Humane Society since July 8, 2015.
St. Joseph’s Hospice is getting ready to host its last gala of 2015 and the first gala of 2016—both on the same night.
- Sarnia Police have busy Thursday with numerous arrests
- Let the screenings begin . . .
- Conservative candidate dealing with personal medical issue
- Bayside Mall purchase has been finalized
- A message about hydro rates from your local Chamber of Commerce
- OPP asking public for caution during harvest season
While the Sarnia-Lambton electoral district office of Elections Canada has some openings for workers on October 19, Returning Officer Paul Rennie has no doubt those positions will be filled by his deadline of next Wednesday.
Is there a sheep rustler in your family? A stage coach robber?
Masterworks from the Beaverbrook Art Gallery, the much anticipated exhibition that is running now until February 7, 2016 at the Judith and Norman Alix Art Gallery in downtown Sarnia, is well underway.
A forward who made his reputation as a defensive specialist is leading the Sarnia Legionnaires in scoring this young Jr.
The agricultural harvesting season is upon us! With that in mind, Lambton OPP are urging all motorists to be aware of and courteous to our community farming members.
The drama around the sale of Bayside Mall appears to be over—or at least entering a new season—with the finalization of its purchase on Thursday.
Sarnia-Lambton businesses continue to be squeezed by high electricity costs. Because costs are rising so quickly, many local businesses are being forced to choose between maintaining their workforce, raising their prices or—worse—closing their doors and calling it quits.
Several organizations have been recognized for providing an exceptional, inclusive environment and shopping experience for people with disabilities.
Bluewater Health in partnership with the Erie St. Clair Regional Cancer Program and Cancer Care Ontario, is inviting women aged 50 to 54 to “Just Book It” by scheduling an appointment for their first mammogram during October—Breast Cancer Awareness Month.
Lambton College is adding a brand new program to its growing roster of technology diplomas.
Certainly, Ravi Srinivasan and his team at the upcoming inaugural South Western International Film Festival have a tagline for their November 5-8 event in downtown Sarnia—”Come See the World.” But looking beyond what promises to be a spectacular four days from both a movie goer’s (and movie maker’s) perspective the organizers have a vision for SWIFF.
Sixteen-year-old goalie Aidan Hughes helped the Sarnia Legionnaires gain a valuable point on the road Wednesday.
Opening Segment: Harmony Haunted House is open for some scary business!