Victims of homelessness in Sarnia will have somewhere new to turn on November 6, with the opening of River City Sanctuary, a “reboot” of River City Vineyard’s mission that began in 2006 but was sidelined by court action.
Visitors at Lambton County’s first annual grape stomp on Sunday gave it their best as they tried to “crush” the competition.
The Sarnia Sting improved to 2-0-0-0 on the season after knocking off the visiting Owen Sound Attack by a score of 3-2 on Friday night at the Progressive Auto Sales Arena.
- Sarnia Police make $1m drug bust at Aamjiwnaang First Nation
- Chamber sees two of its policy resolutions adopted nationally
- Sarnia-Lambton Rebound receives national grant for female mentoring
- Doctors recognized by Bluewater Health
- Bluewater Trails keeps improving heading into the fall
- Lambton College gets $6.5m in taxpayer funds for expansion of Centre of Excellence
Bluewater Health and the Bluewater Health Foundation have singled out four physicians for their contributions to the Sarnia-Lambton community.
Lambton College is receiving a total of $6.5 million—$5.6 million from the Federal Government and $900,000 from the province—for its $11.8 million expansion of its Centre of Excellence in Energy & Bio-Industrial Technologies.
It may have “Great” in its name, but there wasn’t a lot of enthusiasm around the table.
Opening Segment: Interview with Gold Medalist Derek Drouin Bluewater Boxing Club fighters The Entertainment Scene: It’s the 4th year for Festival of Good Things, Organizer, Chris Lewis shares what the festival is all about and the lineup of entertainment for the weekend.
It’s all about the neighbourhood. That’s the primary reason the Trinity Anglican Church community is embracing its annual Fall Fair, a free “rain or shine” event that is on the calendar for Saturday, September 10, say organizers, lead by Shirley Pettit.
A group that has put on at least 10 rib and barbecue events throughout Ontario this summer has added Sarnia to the Northern Heat Rib Series for this weekend, starting Friday (September 2) at 4 p.m.
Sarnia-Lambton Member of Parliament Marilyn Gladu is hosting several “town hall” style meetings on the issue of electoral reform beginning today.
One of my favourite writers is Seth Godin, a marketer extraordinaire who has written several thought-provoking books, one of which is “Tribes,” which has a lot to do with creating groups of people, large or small, who are connected to one another.
A group of students connecting with the Judith & Norman Alix Art Gallery and the County of Lambton’s Immigration Youth Engagement Project held its Random Acts of Art Workshop, with an “Imagining My Sustainable City” on the agenda.
An “end of summer” event now in its fourth year has a new venue that should prove to make the Festival of Good Things even better than ever, say organizers.
Sarnia Police have now arrested a third person wanted in connection with the March 25, 2016 murder of 26-year-old Jonathan Pike.
Lambton College has added a number of new programs to its online roster for fall 2016.
Opening Segment: That Night In Sarnia an overwhelming success. The Entertainment Scene: Hockey is here.
The Sarnia Legionnaires used an almost all-rookie lineup Tuesday as they battled the Chatham Maroons to a 3-3 deadlock in Western Jr.
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.
This is a message that won’t be received positively by many who read it.