Saturday, June 25 is the second anniversary of my Mom May’s passing.
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.
- Police describe Sunday two-vehicle incident as ‘messy’
- Sarnia Mayor accused of creating ‘poisonous work environment’
- The ‘Queen’ of freighters visits Sarnia
- Settlement proposed in dispute over Michigan/Modeland development
- Mayor delivers poignant message as personal milestone nears
- Lambton College breaks ground on two new buildings
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.
With yet another year of school at Sarnia’s 60-year-old Northern Collegiate nearing its end (last day of regular classes is next Wednesday), students are celebrating in their own ways.
A second person has now been charged with first degree murder in the March 25 death of Jonathan Pike.
Sarnia Police say they have arrested a 45-year-old Sarnia man, who faces a charge of first degree murder in the March 25, 2016 death of Jonathan Pike.
Bayron Hernandez The Sarnia Police Service is requesting the assistance of the public to help locate a missing man.
One of Sarnia’s longest musical traditions, Summer Music Series, returns for the year of 2016.
Visitors from Dresden took home the top prize when the 16th annual Online Sealing Men’s Pairs Lawn Bowling Tournament was held June 15 at the Sarnia Lawn Bowling Club.
What positions are hot in the Sarnia-Lambton market right now? Over the last nine and a half years I’ve come to understand that there is a cyclical hiring trend within the Sarnia-Lambton marketplace.
In Canatara Park lies the Children’s Animal Farm, where childhood memories are made.
Jane Joris, an administrator with North Lambton Lodge, has been promoted to general manager of Long-term Care for the County of Lambton.
The Ontario government says it will invest $3 million over four years in Bioindustrial Innovation Canada, a Sarnia-based accelerator focused on the bio-economy that is headquartered at the Western Sarnia-Lambton Research Park.
This week on The Show! Episode #241 Opening Segment: Sarnia Lambton Rebound Dirty Dash was an overwhelming success.
Sarnia’s Festival of Good Things has announced its headliner act for September 3, which will take place at Cantara Park.
Ride Don’t Hide, a charity bike ride that organizers hope will raise funds to help and support those with mental health needs, takes place on Sunday, June 26.
All photos by Edward John Allen While the financial results of this Saturday’s second annual “Dirty Dash” have yet to be tallied, one thing is certain: the support from the community has been humbling to the folks at Rebound Sarnia-Lambton, a local organization that helps area youth with a number of programs.
The complex nature of culture, especially the dealing with different beliefs, laws and customs, vary based on the social environment people find themselves.