Lambton College’s award-winning Enactus team added two major titles to their growing repertoire of national awards.
A provincially program that allowed entrepreneurs to continue receiving employment benefits while they started a new business will no longer be funded.
Organizers of a two-day debate that took place earlier this week have issued several statements they say were developed from a general consensus on the issue of a bitumen upgrader for the Sarnia-Lambton area.
The Western Research Park Sarnia-Lambton has attained what it took its sister facility in London, both under the auspices of Western University, a quarter century to do.
The Lambton community office of the Canadian Cancer Society is looking a little more like spring after workplace students Nikki and Carlene along with Katie Morton (pictured centre) of Walmart Sarnia worked to celebrate Earth Day.
OPINION/ANALYSIS By DAVID LAVENDER The recent collapse of the proposal to develop the former SGH site appears to be a sad commentary on the ability of all parties to come to a reasonable agreement to achieve a benefit for all concerned.
Edward Allen is out to see the world, one place at a time.
Photo by Brian White via www.blackburnnews.com The owner of a Mitton Street South recording studio that went up in flames on Monday says he plans to reopen the business.
A fire that took Sarnia firefighters several hours to extinguish has cost the owner of Playfair Music Services its home—for the second time in less than 10 years.
Pets are a big part of many peoples lives and this makes it all the more difficult to lose them, that’s why Robinson’s Veterinary Clinic hosted the second book signing for Audrey Stringer’s novel “Buddy’s Life Lessons: My Paw Prints on Grief and Loss” from 2:00 until 4:00 on Friday (March 27) afternoon.