Two local pilots are hoping that one of Sarnia’s “best kept secrets” as far as aviation history is concerned will get the attention of the public and visitors to Germain Park.
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’
- The ‘Queen’ of freighters visits Sarnia
- Mayor delivers poignant message as personal milestone nears
- Sarnia Mayor accused of creating ‘poisonous work environment’
- Settlement proposed in dispute over Michigan/Modeland development
- Second man charged with first degree murder in death of Jonathan Pike
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.
It will be two years ago this August that Teresa Ingles lost her son, Deker Bauer to suicide.
On June 11 (this Saturday), children from ages 1-12 will have a chance to enjoy a day of fun interactive activities.
For the second year, Sarnia’s muddiest ever event takes place this Saturday (June 11) beginning at 10 a.m.
This past weekend Sarnia experienced its annual Artwalk. For 14 years, this festival has been celebrating the development of culture in the city.
Matt Fecht, a runner from Port Huron, won the 39th running of the YMCA/CHOK International Bridge Race on Sunday, the third straight year he has won the event.
Earlier today on K106.3 FM, Dave McPhail and Rob Dawson, organizers of the Powerboat Festival, announced the headliners for the weekend festival.
The thematic focus of Towell’s photography can be traced throughout his music — he has documented stories as brutal as the El Salvador civil war, the disappeared of Guatemala, the Palestinian-Israeli conflict and the war in Afghanistan, but also stories as tender as the growth of his family and quotidian life on his Ontario farm.
Organizers of this year’s Lambton Youth Short Film Competition, a part of the larger Lambton Film and Food Festival recently held in Forest, are pleased with the number of films submitted by students from across the County.
Editor’s note: The following story was originally posted on November 13, 2011, just about a year after Lambton Shield was first “rebirthed” (having been started in 1852 by a young Alexander Mackenzie, who went on to become Canada’s second prime minister).
It’s a now classic event and Sarnia Artwalk 2016 is living up to the expectations of those gathering for the two-day event, which began at 11 a.m.
A trio of bowlers from London journeyed down Highway 402 to win the top prize at the latest Sarnia Lawn Bowling Club tournament.
The Sarnia Lambton Chamber of Commerce, headed by new CEO Shirley de Silva, is embarking on a consultation process that it’s calling, appropriately enough, “Road Trip 2016.” The initiative, which begins Tuesday, June 7 at Petrolia’s Victoria Playhouse (8 a.m.
Staff at Ontario Nature, with the ongoing help of people from Lambton Wildlife and Sydenham Field Naturalists, are working to create the Sydenham River Nature Reserve, its first-ever riverine nature reserve.
Dialogue, it turns out, is a good thing when it comes to many of the issues facing people of all ages in the community.
Co-op students at Northern Collegiate held a career fair on Wednesday, showing off their work placements.