Sarnia resident Dave Marshall does what many people do who live on busy streets like Indian Road.
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 Mayor accused of creating ‘poisonous work environment’
- Police describe Sunday two-vehicle incident as ‘messy’
- Settlement proposed in dispute over Michigan/Modeland development
- Lambton College breaks ground on two new buildings
- The ‘Queen’ of freighters visits Sarnia
- ‘Revelree’ organizers focusing on throwing ‘awesome, fun party’ for music lovers
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 Sombra Township Optimist Club, which is holding its 12th Annual Car Show on Saturday, June 18 at Brander Park in Port Lambton, think they’ve figured out a way to make this year’s 8 a.m.
The Original Rack n Roll Pool League For information obout the pool league contact Paul Maedel at 519-333-9990 THE “ORIGINAL” RACK~N~ROLL MON.
Organizers of tomorrow’s “Noelle’s Gift of Fitness” are hoping for a strong relay-style fundraiser, the fourth year of the annual event.
Bluewater Health, through its annual Bridging Excellence Awards, has recognized individuals and teams for their contributions to the organization, specifically citing dedication and commitment to excellence while delivering “exemplary healthcare” to the Sarnia-Lambton community.
The Howard Watson Trail is a 16 km unmotorized trail that goes from Sarnia to Camlachie.
It’s one of the most popular events in the Sarnia-Lambton business community, and the Sarnia Lambton Chamber of Commerce-sponsored Outstanding Business Achievement Awards is finally here.
The Sarnia Lawn Bowling Club enjoyed a great kickoff to its 110th anniversary year when beautiful weather arrived just in time for the first tournament of the season on the Victoria Day holiday Monday.
A ranking of the worst roads in Southwest Ontario has Waterworks Road in Bright’s Grove at the top of the list, although no local roads are considered “worst in Ontario.” The ranking, which was done by online “voting” by through CAA, also includes St.
Lambton College is offering what it’s calling a unique orientation for new students who may face obstacles in their educational journey.
The Huron Boys Home in Brights Grove is once again hosting its annual Huron Boys Home Run/Skate/Bike/Walk fundraising event this Father’s Day.
Last Thursday night (May 19), people of the community had a chance to listen to Northern’s music students and to witness teacher Blake Stevenson’s last concert.
Opening Segment: Long weekend recap. The Entertainment Scene: Fashion, Music and Fun.
See award winning Canadian and international films in the charming and historic Kineto Theatre in Forest.
The long weekend was a great rest for the citizens of Canada.
Hampton Inn, nestled between two hotel neighbours in Point Edward, has had its official opening.