The Sarnia Sting has hired a former goaltender, Cory Campbell, as its new goaltending coach.
A British Columbia-based company focused on medical cannabis research and production is investing $30 million to lease what will soon be a former pepper growing operation in Enniskillen Township.
The Sarnia Sting has announced details on its upcoming “Black & White” game in support of the United Way of Sarnia Lambton, which takes place Wednesday, August 30 at 7:05 p.m.
- New virtual reality arcade opening Labour Day weekend
- New Lambton College program in high demand
- 5 things to do in Sarnia-Lambton this weekend — August 11 – 13
- New Music Festival Coming To Bright’s Grove
- Bluewater Power giving away clotheslines to encourage energy conservation
- Renovations continue at former St. Clair Secondary School
Applications are now being accepted for this round of grants from the Judith and Norman Alix Foundation.
The popular Household Hazardous Waste Days, co-sponsored by the County of Lambton Public Works Department and Clean Harbors Canada Inc., will be changing locations in August and will offer Lambton County residents an opportunity to dispose household hazardous waste at no cost.
The Sarnia-Lambton Economic Partnership (SLEP) is seeking community input to help steer its economic development strategy for the next three to five years.
A 32-year-old nurse at Bluewater Health has been charged with theft and possession of fentanyl and morphine, two medications designed to treat pain.
Summertime is starting to wane. Within a few weeks, school buses will be back on the roads, fall fairs will be popping up, and cutting grass will be replaced by raking leaves.
The Mallroad Library will reopen and resume all of its programming and services on Thursday, August 17, at 9:30 a.m.
Hammers are swinging, shovels are scooping, and garbage bins are filling up as demolition and renovation preparation continues at the former St.
Losing a loved one is never easy. That’s why Sarnia Beginning Experience has been helping people cope after losing a partner through separation, divorce, or death since 1984.
The first time climbing up school bus steps can be bittersweet for parents and sometimes intimidating for children.
A car crashed into Sarnia’s Mallroad Library Tuesday morning closing the facility until further notice.
After a half-decade of existence, Sarnia’s August art festival is getting amplified.
Sarnia’s downtown public library will reopen on Monday, August 21, according to Andrew Meyer, Lambton County’s corporate cultural officer.
The Sarnia Lambton Chamber of Commerce says a new study released by the Canadian Centre for Economic Analysis predicts “significant consequences” for Ontario jobs, economy and communities if the Ontario government’s proposed legislation, Bill 148 (Fair workplaces, Better Jobs Act) is implemented.