As the first week of March comes to a close, what better way to spend it than in Downtown Sarnia?
On March 3, 2015, BioAmber announced that it has initiated commissioning activities for its 30,000 MT capacity bio-succinic acid plant located in Sarnia, Ontario, Canada.
For many students the transition from elementary to high school is very difficult and sometimes scary, but not at Northern High School.
The Sarnia Legionnaires are just one win away from advancing to the second round of the Western Jr.
Art is everywhere and it’s an important part of many peoples lives.
After obtaining the OHL Board of Governors’ approval on the Transfer of Ownership, Derian Hatcher and David Legwand are the proud new owners of the Sarnia Sting Hockey Club.
Whether it’s chemistry, biology or physics there is definitely a place for it at this year’s Lambton County Science Fair to be held this April at Lambton College.
Opening Segment: Men Who Cook event raises thousands of dollars for Huron House Boys Home.
Sarnia City Council agreed at its Monday meeting to approve a contract with Calgary-based Partnership Group Sponsor Specialists in a move that it hopes will generate at least as much as the $51,434 it will pay for the contractor services and more than the $116,000 profit sponsorships brought in last year.
Sarnia Police report a quiet weekend. Officers responded to 125 calls for service during the last weekend of February.
Sifton Properties, a London-based developer, is formally objecting to the City of Sarnia’s newly minted official plan, taking the issue to the Ontario Municipal Board.
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.