Though the campfire got a bit smoky at times and the air was chilly, Rosewood Manor residents thoroughly enjoyed their afternoon excursion to the campsite of activity director Beverly James last week.
Apparently someone needs an attitude adjustment. Lambton OPP say a 77-year-old Dawn-Euphemia Township man now faces charges of criminal harassment and dangerous operation of a motor vehicle after an encounter with a neighbour over the delivery of a newspaper.
Local students are among those who will be able to benefit most from recent changes to the student financial assistance program made by the Ontario government, says Lambton College Registrar Patrick Bennett.
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Fans in attendance at Wednesday’s Black & White Game were treated to a thrilling inter-squad match-up at the RBC Centre in Sarnia.
Stephen Lewis, a former politician and Canadian ambassador to the United Nations, will be keynote speaker at an upcoming fundraiser for Bluewater Health Foundation.
It may be one of the more difficult and potentially stressful points in the life of the community, but a local committee is nonetheless intent on honouring those who have succumbed to suicide.
Young people from around the area who are interested in the idea of turning an entrepreneurial idea into an actual business are invited to attend an information session scheduled for next Wednesday, Sept.
Sarnia Police say a pursuit of a vehicle that began on Friday just before 3:30 p.m.
The Sarnia Police Service responded to 189 calls for service over the past weekend.
When new consequences for the use of a handheld electronic device while driving kick in on Tuesday (September 1), Sarnia Police won’t necessarily be doing anything different than they have since the Highway Traffic Act made what is, after all, a highly risky and potentially dangerous habit illegal for drivers.
The Sarnia Legionnaires lost their first pre-season tilt Sunday, dropping a 2-0 decision on the road in Strathroy.
It’s been a challenge. A delight. And a lot of work.
A roof that’s been leaking for as long as seven years without being adequately repaired may be just the tip of the iceberg as far as what needs to be done to bring the Sarnia Kinsmen Community Centre at 656 Lakeshore Road up to an adequate standard.
Ryan Trottier scored twice Thursday to lead the Sarnia Legionnaires to their second straight pre-season victory.
The 1014 Oak Avenue property in Sarnia that was home to the now-closed Coronation Park Day Nursery is now on the open market.
Moving from one care setting to another can be challenging for patients and their families.
In the first of what is expected to be a regular “report” from the Sarnia-Lambton Chamber of Commerce to appear in Lambton Shield, President and CEO Rory Ring has expressed concerns over the transparency of the Ontario government as it applies to its sale of public assets, specifically shares of Hydro One, which the Liberal government says it will use to pay for infrastructure improvements.
Sometimes it takes a letter. Such was the case when Sarnia Mayor Mike Bradley sent a note dated August 19 to Luc Jobin, executive vice president and chief financial officer for CN Rail, hoping to press forward on an issue that appeared to be stalled—approval from CN on a plan by Suncor to remove underground fuel tanks on a piece of Front Street property before donating the land to the City.
Opening Segment: Karaoke fun with the Canadian Motorcycle Cruisers. The 27th annual Karaoke Kruise on The Duc d’Orleans The Entertainment Scene: The Festival of Good Things getting ready for it’s 3rd year.
Music has always been a part of Miriam Hord’s life, intricately connected to her family and faith.
The Sarnia Police Service is asking for the public’s assistance to locate a missing man.
Before 171 first-year medical students take their seats at Western University’s Schulich School of Medicine & Dentistry this fall, they will have the chance to learn from health care providers in rural and regional communities across southwestern Ontario during Community Day, August 26.