Attending a birthday bash on Monday for one of his friends, Finton Allen, 10, of Brights Grove enjoyed his turn at one of the powered wakeboard lines at Boarder Pass, located on Seaway Road near the Sarnia Bay Marina.
Lambton County’s Health Department has confirmed the first confirmed instance of West Nile virus, following the testing of a dead crow found in the north end of Sarnia.
Organizer Jenilyn Sheppard is hoping this Sunday’s Doggie Paddle Beach Fest will be the first of several to come.
- ‘Float down’ turns into ‘melt down’
- Head of Lambton College program has ‘Hip’ connection
- Ships warned to ‘stay away’ during this Sunday’s ‘float down’
- That Night In Sarnia will be historical.
- City should borrow long-term to fix roads before they get worse
- Alix Foundation will receive funding applications until October 1
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Yet another heat wave is hitting Sarnia-Lambton with the announcement by Environment Canada that humidex values reaching near 40 degrees C are expected Tuesday, with high temperatures reaching near 32 degrees until Thursday.
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Sarnia Transit and Unconquered Sun, which is owned by Bluewater Power, are testing the technology behind solar-powered transit shelters as part of a six-month project that includes two of the installations on Exmouth Street.
It was last November when Shannon Lansue pitched her idea for a structure that has now taken shape at the Waterfront Park near the Blue Water Bridges in Point Edward.
Lambton College has added a brand new Environmental Management program to its online roster with registration open for fall 2016.
Keith McManus and his wife Wendy will always have fond memories of their lives at Mandaumin United Church, which had its last service on June 26, 2016.
David Burrows, a well-known Internet broadcaster, scored a highlight interview recently with Michael Learned and Darren Keay, stars of Driving Miss Daisy at the Victoria Playhouse Petrolia, which is running now through July 24.
Residents at Residence on the St. Clair were honoured June 8 for their contributions to the local community, as part of Seniors Month celebrations.
The Entertainment Scene: First Friday is July 8th because of the Canada Day holiday.
With the prediction of hot and humid weather continuing tonight and through tomorrow, Environment and Climate Change Canada has issued a Heat Warning for Lambton County.
After spending five weeks caring for butterfly chrysalises at Afton Park Place, residents and staff members released 22 painted lady butterflies on June 20.
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The St. Clair Catholic District School Board has inked a new three-year deal with its occasional teaching staff, members of the Ontario English Catholic Teachers’ Association Occasional Unit, who have ratified the deal.
The Sarnia Historical Society has partnered with Canada’s Vimy Foundation to offer the Vimy Pin for sale in Sarnia-Lambton.