Week one of the 2016 United Way of Sarnia-Lambton campaign is now in the books.
When I was mulling over this week’s column, the word “kindness” kept coming to mind.
Lambton College has been recognized by the national Big Brothers Big Sisters organization for its longstanding partnership with the organization.
This is a message that won’t be received positively by many who read it.
Landmark Village hosted its Fun in the Sun party July 30.
Perhaps one of the most amazing things that has occurred in the first century of Bluewater Power’s existence has to do with the most basic components of the electrical utility that is owned by taxpayers in Sarnia, Point Edward, Petrolia, Brooke-Alvinston, Oil Springs, and Warwick.
It’s time the provincial government admitted that they will never convert Lambton Generating Station to natural gas firing.
Saturday’s annual Bluewater Triathlon drew an enthusiastic crowd, with bikers, swimmers and runners taking part in the event, which began on the Bright’s Grove waterfront.
Gordon Laschinger who continues to assert that he is the “sole owner” of Bayside Centre, is now accusing his former partner of diverting at least $245,000 of funds derived from a $3.5 million mortgage, intended to fund the $1.7 million purchase price as well as improvements to Bayside, to unrelated properties in Windsor.
A local suicide prevention organization has been selected as a beneficiary of a fundraising event this Sunday (July 24, 2016) at jackpot City Gaming Entertainment in Sarnia.