On Saturday, June 13, Lambton College celebrated its 48th Annual Convocation.
By DAVID LAVENDER How much do you value Centennial Park? Ever been there?
River City Vineyard, a Sarnia church that had operated a men’s shelter before being forced to close the operation by a Court ruling last year, is now free to reopen the facility after a Court of Appeal for Ontario ruling released Friday morning.
- Local entrepreneur suggests City take over Bayside Mall
- David Suzuki imparts hard-won wisdom at the Imperial
- ‘Walkin’ on sunshine . . . ‘
- Happy Canada Day, Sarnia!
- Sarnian will be part of formal ceremonies on Parliament Hill
- Paving ‘challenges’ on Canadian side of Blue Water Bridge force short delay on reopening
International travellers yearning for a reopening of the north (original) span of the Blue Water Bridge have another week to wait, say officials from the Federal Bridge Corporation, the Crown entity that owns the structure.
Sarnia City Council is being asked to endorse a local initiative that would see the construction of a monument built around a decommissioned Light Armoured Vehicle (LAV III), specifically to remember two local soldiers that lost their lives in the Afghanistan Mission, which took place from 2001-2014.
The St. Clair Region Conservation Authority has named the recipients of three scholarships that reward graduating high school students who plan to continue their academic studies in a conservation-related field.
Opening Segment: Walking and enjoying the Sarnia waterfront. Seniors Cruise on the Duc d’Orleans II The Entertainment Scene: Local independent musicians “Electric Waves” have released their latest CD.
Lambton OPP say a 54-year-old resident of Brampton faces charges of careless driving after a Monday morning crash involving two commercial vehicles in the westbound lanes of Highway 402 near Christina Street.
The Sarnia Police Service is appealing to the public to assist them in locating a missing female.
An anonymous call to Lambton OPP last Thursday resulted in the arrest of a 33-year-old driver from Middlesex Centre, who faces drunk driving charges.
Sarnia Police said Monday they had a 23-year-old man in custody related to a Saturday night disturbance at a Campbell Street bar.
The Sarnia Police Service responded to 170 calls over the past weekend.
Since early September, Northern Institute and Vocation School’s yearbook class has been working hard to make this addition one to remember.
We have had an abundance of rain lately. This wet weather can lead to wet basements.
The Village of Oil Springs is receiving a total of $29,800 in funding for two projects under the Building Communities Through Arts and Heritage (BCAH) program.
Jack Poirier Saturday’s first annual Assante-Rebound Dirty Dash event was an outstanding success.
Lambton Public Health has confirmed that tests of a dead crow found June 5 in Sarnia’s north end have confirmed the bird had West Nile virus.
Return the Landscape, a Lambton County-based native plant rescue and restoration organization, is partnering with Enbridge on a five-year project that will see sensitive native habitat restored and preserved on otherwise unused areas of Sarnia Solar, an 1,100-acre, 80-megawatt facility.
The Imperial Theatre will be the place to be this fall as they welcome a very special guest, Howie Mandel!
‘The purpose of art is washing the dust of daily life off our souls.’—Pablo Picasso Well, we got the weather, we got two great events running in parallel, we got dozens of artists and craftspeople selling every type of decorative item from a button to a cast iron bath.
Lambton College has a new Centre of Excellence that CEO Judith Morris says will go a long way towards strengthening the community as it helps students achieve their career goals.
This weekend offers plenty of entertainment for Corunna residents as the Volunteer Firefighters Association hosts their 37th Annual Field Days and Parade.