Lambton Shield is partnering with Bluewater Borderfest to offer one lucky subscriber (drawn randomly from our list of subscribers) a pair of VIP weekend passes to the Friday, July 28 and Saturday, July 29, 2017 country music festival at Centennial Park.
The Show with David Burrows #298 Opening Segment: A special thank you to LambtonShield.com, Cheeky Monkey and Blackburn Radio for their support.
Winning an Outstanding Business Achievement Award for customer service was both humbling and shocking for Doug Rake, the president and general manager of Lambton Kia.
- Mental health drop-in centre to be the first of its kind
- OPP identify deceased driver in Highway 402 collision
- Bluewater Power CEO delivers a passion for excellence
- An evening of harmony at the Grand Bend Beach
- Controlling interest in VIP Rail sold to U.S. firm
- Smartphone app offers solution to beach parking problems
Music lovers are flocking to the Refined Fool parking lot at corner of Davis and Julia Streets this weekend for the second annual Beats on the Street concert series.
Lambton OPP have identified the victim of a fatal crash that occurred Wednesday (July 19, 2017) on Highway 402 at the approach to the Blue Water Bridge.
Environment Canada is forecasting a risk of thunderstorms on both Saturday and Sunday.
The last thing one wants to do after a long drive to the beach is wait in a 10-person line to pay for parking.
The Deker Bauer Foundation for Suicide Prevention is inches away from achieving its goal of opening a first-of-its-kind community mental health drop-in centre.
Sarnia’s youth Community Health Action Team, also known as CHAT, is hosting a tobacco-free movie night this Friday at Clearwater Park behind the YMCA and the Clearwater Arena.
Janice McMichael-Dennis, who grew up in the area and has served for the last few years as the dynamic CEO of Bluewater Power, sat down with Lambton Shield editor J.D.
Bluewater Health has received a $200,000 planning grant from the Ontario Government to develop a proposal for an addictions and withdrawal management centre.
Point Edward is preparing for a pancake party this Saturday morning as the Rotary Club of Sarnia plans its 35th annual pancake breakfast.
Local food banks would like to remind everyone the need for donations doesn’t go away during the summer.
Barbershop music is coming to Lambton County this Wednesday night. The Seaforth Harmony Kings and the Forest City Fire will be presenting their award winning voices on the Rotary Stage at the Grand Bend Beach on Wednesday, July 19.
Acclaimed children’s entertainer Fred Penner is coming to Sarnia’s Imperial Theatre for a 2 p.m.
Canadian colleges play a key role in building a more inclusive Canadian economy.
VIP Rail, a short-line rail business, has changed hands, the result of a structured buy-out of one of its founders.