One of the oldest sports clubs in Sarnia will celebrate 110 years of fun and competition in the great outdoors this summer.
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.
- Tonight’s the night: Chamber’s Outstanding Business Achievement Awards gala
- Need a reminder of the dangers of distracted driving?
- Howard Watson Trail continues to serve a grateful community
- Sarnia Fashion Week to kick off Artwalk
- Bluewater Health announces ‘Bridging Excellence’ award winners
- Grade 9 student takes inspiration from new Star Wars film
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.
A drug bust organized by Sarnia Police has resulted in the arrest of a 30-year-old Point Edward resident after officers executed a search warrant in the Village in the early hours of Thursday (May 5).
Federal funding of nearly $1 million is making possible the creation of about 400 jobs for youth across the area, according to an announcement by Sarnia-Lambton MP Marilyn Gladu.
The Federal Government’s recently announced Infrastructure Program, which includes the investment of some $2 billion into sustainable growth at post-secondary institutions, is being positively received by officials at Lambton College who see the continued growth of applied research as falling directly in line with the program’s objective—the stimulation of spending for innovative skills development, training, and applied research.
The Ontario Ministry of the Environment says it is working on a plan to improve local air quality by more closely monitoring emissions.
On Wednesday May 4, McDonalds Restaurants hosted their annual McHappy Day to raise money not only for the Ronald McDonald House Charities this year, but the local branch of the Canadian Mental Health Association as well.
Sarnia Police say a 24-year-old Sarnia man now faces charges related to an April 9 explosion that resulted in more than $50,000 in damages to a home in the 100 block of Euphemia Street.
Jason Cole The County of Lambton has hired its new General Manager of Infrastructure & Development Services.
Canadian Automobile Association (CAA) holds an annual competition for Ontario’s worst roads.
An organization established nearly two years ago for the purpose of reducing suicide in Sarnia-Lambton has received its charitable status.
Lambton Basketball is proud to add Tianna Marshell to the women’s team for 2016/17.
The Show with David Burrows #235 Opening Segment: TVSN is expanding.
With nominations for three JUNO Awards, The Polaris Prize, The CBC’s “Heart Of Gold” and a pile of albums under his belt, Danny Michel is unquestionably one of Canada’s finest songwriters.
Everyone was saying “the come from aways brought the beautiful weather.” That was my introduction to “Newfinese” on arriving in Newfoundland.
Monday afternoon, both seniors and juniors played rugby at Northern Collegiate.
Lambton College has added a new three-course program designed to help those who work with First Nations communities in gaining a deeper understanding of the diversity and history that influence various business and community relationships.