Enthusiasts of all ages – including children – whose recreational interests range from photography to scoping for hunting purposes are purchasing personal drones at a rapidly growing rate.
Empty Bowls, a fundraising event that has become a global phenomenon, is now in its 11th year at Lambton College, thanks to students and faculty, especially those connected with the ceramics program.
Prospective students still have the opportunity to attend Lambton College this fall.
Since he was six months old, Harley, a Cavalier King Charles Spaniel owned by Rosewood Village fun co-ordinator Bev James, has been making visits to the Sarnia seniors living community.
Afton Park Place residents are spearheading a newly launched project to support local community organizations each month.
There’s little question in our family as to the one person who is most likely to embrace technology.
It all started one year ago when Josh Lines wanted to spice up his salmon and leek pie.
Trillium Villa is embarking on a new, trailblazing collaboration with a local physician to see if medicinal marijuana can improve quality of life for residents of the Sarnia long-term care community who are living with conditions such as chronic pain, movement disorders and anxiety.
If you have business at Sarnia City Hall or the Sarnia Transit office it will have to be done by 4:30 p.m.
A local drop-in centre providing youth with vital social services may be forced to close its doors at the end of February if it cannot secure funding.