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.
Sarnia Police are looking for a suspect who is said to have evaded arrest after officers responded to a reported disturbance in the Trillium Park area of the City early Friday morning (May 20, 2016).
People who were already licking their lips in anticipation of Sarnia Ribfest this coming Father’s Day are sure to be disappointed with the announcement that the event has been cancelled.
Major roof repairs are set to begin at the historic Lawrence House, which is owned by the City of Sarnia.
In less than three months since she began participating in Trillium Villa’s convalescent program after shoulder surgery, Ethel McGuigan is getting ready to move back home on May 12.
A number of individuals, businesses and even a group of students were singled out for their efforts in being stewards of the environment as the “Go Green” Awards for the City of Sarnia were handed out on Monday.
SCITS has one year left in its storied history before it closes for good.
Lambton College President & CEO Judith Morris is advocating for the provincial government to finalize a decision to allow some Ontario colleges to offer stand-alone nursing degree programs.
Among items on Monday’s agenda for Sarnia City Council is a request to move forward on a proposal to have a local auto dealership secure naming rights to the Sarnia Sports and Entertainment Centre.