A Digital Photography professor at Lambton College has been nationally recognized for news photography.
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.
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.
Organizers of the third Doors Open Lambton County have set a theme of “Science and Innovation” for the two-day, 30 site informal tour that will give visitors a “behind the scenes” look at some of the cutting-edge contributions made in the area over the years.
Sturgeon Football Sarnia Sturgeon opened the 2016 season this past weekend in Kitchener playing the Twin City Predators.
Union Gas has donated $5,000 to the St. Clair Region Conservation Authority (SCRCA) for its Conservation Education Program.
Don’t know that new neighbour across the street? This is your chance!
As the most celebrated event of the basking summertime is coming closer to paint the town red, Sarnia is getting ready to flaunt a plethora of artwork this weekend.
Opening Segment: The 27th Annual OBAA at Imperial Theatre, Sarnia ON.
Appointments are still available for a special blood drive that Canadian Blood Services is holding tomorrow (Wednesday, June 1, 2016).
The students of Northern Collegiate recently held their annual charity tricycle race to raise money for Community Living Sarnia-Lambton.
Bluewater Health is welcoming 14 first-year medical students from the Schulich School of Medicine & Dentistry at Western University in London to its facilities in Sarnia and Petrolia this week.
Local Member of Parliament Marilyn Gladu has introduced legislation she hopes will ensure Canadians across the country have quality palliative care, a piece of the “right to die” debate that appears to have been left out of C-14, which continues on the road to become law.
Volunteeers from the Alzheimer Society of Sarnia-Lambton will be at this weekend’s Sarnia Artwalk, promoting a program that is seeing positive results among those who are living with dementia.
A select group of individuals and companies were among those presented with a Sarnia Lambton Chamber of Commerce Outstanding Business Achievement Award at the Imperial Theatre Friday night.
As high school comes near an end, the grade 12 and 12x students celebrate their prom night.
Sarnia Police, along with community partners Walmart and Shred-It, are pleased with donations of $1,776.35 that helped support Special Olympics, a cause that law enforcement personnel have embraced.
I hope all of my Canadian friends enjoyed an awesome May 24 weekend, after today it officially feels like summer and I am excited.