For participants in last Sunday’s Father’s Day event in support of Huron House Boys’ Home, it was clear skies and ideal weather.
Before you head to the beach this summer, check the weather forecast and follow these safety tips from Lambton Public Health: * Know how to swim and teach your children to swim.
Lambton County Library’s Summer Reading Program begins July 2 at all branches.
- Sarnia Mayor accused of creating ‘poisonous work environment’
- Police describe Sunday two-vehicle incident as ‘messy’
- Settlement proposed in dispute over Michigan/Modeland development
- Lambton College breaks ground on two new buildings
- The ‘Queen’ of freighters visits Sarnia
- ‘Revelree’ organizers focusing on throwing ‘awesome, fun party’ for music lovers
Sarnia City Council is being asked by the City’s Integrity Commissioner to suspend Mayor Mike Bradley’s pay for 90 days after complaints received from two former senior staff and an investigation that called into question the Mayor’s behaviour as it relates to the City’s Code of Conduct.
Bowlers from across Ontario, including a pair from Sarnia, will be competing for the opportunity of being crowned the Ontario Pairs Lawn Bowling Champions at the Sarnia Lawn Bowling Club on the first weekend of July.
A year to the day after Lambton College unveiled its $45 million capital campaign, many of the same dignitaries arrived at the campus of the community college for a breaking ground ceremony on two major buildings officials have been talking about for years.
The St. Clair Region Conservation Foundation has received a generous donation from the Evoy family of a 33-hectare woodlot in Enniskillen Township near Oil Springs.
Opening Segment: Theatre Sarnia holds awards gala at Imperial Theatre, Sarnia ON.
A settlement of a dispute between the City of Sarnia and the developer of a 10.6 hectare (26.4 acre) piece of land at Modeland Road and Michigan Avenue has been proposed.
Organizers of this year’s Sarnia/Port Huron International Powerboat Festival, now in its sixth iteration, are hopeful they will exceed a turnout that has been steadily increasing since its inception.
Rutherglen Close, which connects Lakeshore Road with Cathcart Boulevard about halfway between Murphy and Modeland Road in Sarnia, will once again become a two-way street.
Victoria Hailey Burridge. Sarnia Police they are now seeking a third person in connection with the March 25 murder of Jonathan Pike.
With the prediction of hot and humid weather for the remainder of the day, Environment and Climate Change Canada has issued a Heat Warning for Lambton County.
Sarnia Police are calling it a “messy” collision, the result of a Sunday evening crash involving two vehicles in the area of Exmouth Street and Elizabeth Avenue.
Last Wednesday (June 15) a group of Lambton Mall employees walked non-stop from 8:30 a.m.-4:30 p.m., covering almost 40 kilometers each to honour the memory of Noelle Paquette and the benefactor of Lambton Mall’s 2016 Community IMPACT campaign, Noelle’s Gift.
The Paul R. Tregurtha was just a spot on Lake Huron just after 6 p.m.