Carol-Lynn Chambers knows a thing or two about working in a male dominated industry.
A Sarnia church that will be celebrating its 15 year anniversary later this year is kicking off what it calls a 40 day “Journey of Discovery” on Easter Sunday.
For Heather and Jeff Fields, starting a business like their Assista Property Services is more about “family” than just about anything else.
Sarnia’s Future Shop is among some 65 stores in the chain to close for a week as they rebrand as Best Buy, a sister brand.
Friday was one of the brightest nights of the year for nominees at the Sarnia Lambton Outstanding Business Achievement Awards (OBAA).
ERIE, PA – It was a battle from start to finish but the Sarnia Sting fell short against the CHL’s 5th ranked team on Friday night in front of 4,682 fans at the Erie Insurance Arena.
Northern High School showed off just how proud it is to be a part of such a culturally diverse community.
Opening Segment: ‘ICE QUEEN’ Released from custody! Mackenzie Volunteer Prize update.
Three local urologists are hosting a free educational event to help patients and their families deal with prostate health issues, The March 30 event, to be held from 6 p.m.
Lambton County Council has approved a net 2.52 per cent increase to the County levy and a $188 million budget for 2015.
David McPhail, a retired school teacher and principal, has received his green light for running as a candidate for the Liberal Party of Canada in Sarnia-Lambton.
The inaugural Mackenzie Volunteer Prize, a Lambton County-wide initiative that will put $2,000 cash in the hands of one organization (and $200 cash for each of five finalists), is coming together, with approximately 50 nominations already having been made and the possibility of more to come in the final two weeks before the deadline of March 31, 2015.
By JULIE JENKINS Spring has sprung! It’s a wet and rainy season and a time of the year when one of the most forgotten systems in our house gets the most use.
Davis Boyer via www.localsportsreport.com Davis Boyer leads all Sarnia Legionnaires in post season goals.
Dr. Murray McLaughlin, Executive Director of Bioindustrial Innovation Canada (BIC), has been named one of the “Top 125 people in the Advanced Bioeconomy” by the international industry publication Biofuels Digest.
Photo via www.eliteprospects.com Former Sarnia Legionnaires penalty killing ace Scott Stafford has turned professional.