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The Central Lambton Family Health Team facility officially opens in Petrolia

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Several dozen dignitaries and guests gathered on the second floor of Charlotte Eleanor Englehart (CEE) hospital in Petrolia on Friday afternoon to officially open the Central Lambton Family Health Team facility; a multi-discipline team approach to wellness, disease prevention and chronic disease management The team, made up of seven doctors and several other health professionals, […]

TVCOGECO Sarnia captures three provincial awards


TVCOGECO Sarnia has been named the recipient of three Ontario-wide awards at this week’s TVCOGECO Star Awards in Burlington. The annual event celebrates local television across more than 20 systems throughout Ontario. Local producer Daniel Ricottone captured top prize for best Arts/Entertainment program for an episode of The Daily Grind that featured local music group […]

A note from the Publisher: Calendar of Events launched as new feature

When we first began serving the community, still less than seven months ago (Nov. 15, 2010), one of our primary goals was to be a community builder. With that in mind, we've launched a free "Calendar of Events" service. Simply click on the tab on our home page and see what's happening, either today, this […]

OPP has no plans to turn over Caughlin case to anyone else

The Ontario Provincial Police Inspector of Corporate Communications says his agency is not contemplating an External Independent Review of the Karen Caughlin murder case of nearly four decades ago. “We feel we have conducted a thorough and professional investigation,” said Inspector Dave Ross in response to the family's assertion at a news conference this morning […]

Enniskillen offering clinic as Rabies Awareness Month wraps up

To mark the conclusion of Rabies Awareness Month, the Township of Enniskillen will hold the final, low-cost rabies vaccination clinic of 2011 on Saturday, May 28 from 9:30 a.m.-11:30 a.m. at the Enniskillen Township garage, 4465 Rokeby Line. The clinic is open to all dogs and cats, older than three (3) months of age. The […]

Lambton OPP announces program to combat thefts

  The Lambton County Detachment of the OPP wants to do something about the rising tide of break and enters in its jurisdiction. To help, it has implemented a province-wide community-based crime prevention program, called the SafeGuard Ontario Property Security Review Program where members of the Lambton OPP Auxilliary Unit will visit homes and businesses […]

United Way of Sarnia-Lambton announces its 2011 campaign chair

  The United Way of Sarnia-Lambton has announced that its 2011 Campaign will be chaired by Brian Black, General Manager, Eastern Region, Enbridge Pipelines Inc.   “I began donating to the United Way when I first joined Enbridge in 1992,” said Black, “I have always felt that the United Way provided valuable support to important […]

Clean air role models wanted

  Anyone using active transportation – like cycling, walking, rollerblading or public transit to meet their transportation needs – is a champion, but to make it official, you now have the opportunity to nominate them for the 2011 Sarnia-Lambton Clean Air Champion Award. The Lambton County Active Transportation Committee is seeking nominees who fit the […]

“Lock it or Lose it”; Sarnia Lambton Crime Stoppers

  In its weekly news release, Sarnia Lambton Crime Stoppers is again reminding motorists to “Lock it or Lose it” Coordinator, OPP Constable Mark Dew says both the Lambton County OPP and the Sarnia Police Service continue to investigate thefts from vehicles daily. “Do not leave valuables in your car,” said Dew emphatically. “If you […]

Davidson seeking three-peat at the polls in Sarnia-Lambton

  Conservative Pat Davidson is seeking a third mandate as voters go to the polls in Sarnia-Lambton today. Davidson, who beat Andy Bruciewicz of the NDP by more than 12,000 votes in 2008, faces challenges for four others this time around. Brian White is running for the NDP, Tim Fugard for the Liberals, Tim van […]