Sarah Milner, a mental health nurse with the Central Lambton Family Health Team in Petrolia, has been hired as its Executive Director.
Monthly Archives: September 2014
The local branch of Habitat for Humanity, a charitable organization that builds homes for those unlikely to be able to afford them without help, has received a level of support from Sarnia City Council, albeit not the waiving of development charges the charity had asked for a second time this year.
Mike Kelch may have had the sound bite of the evening when it came down to the Clearwater Dog Park, which was to become a pilot project until the actual people who would have been negatively impacted by having canines and baseball catchers together got wind of the idea.
Lambton OPP say they are continuing to investigate the armed robbery of a convenience store in the 5000 block of Nauvoo Road in Warwick.
Suddenly, on September 27, 2014 at Bluewater Health, Sharon Jean Plain “Gaabiidaaseged Kwe” began her journey to the spirit world at the age of 71.
CHARTRAND, Sylvia – With deepest sorrow, the family of Sylvia Chartrand announces her peaceful passing with her loving family at her side, at Sarnia’s Bluewater Hospital on Monday, September 22, 2014.
By JON MAILLET The Sarnia Legionnaires win streak moves to seven straight games to start the season after a thrilling 7-5 win in Chatham.
Executive Director United Way of Sarnia-Lambton One of many highlights this past week was the Pembina United Way Human Foosball tournament that was held at the Corunna Legion on Sunday.
Lambton OPP are continuing to investigate two break and enter incidents involving motorhomes and travel trailers in Wyoming.
The only Canadian Olympian to have won medals in both the Summer and Winter Games will be in the area next month to speak at the Bluewater Health Foundation’s fundraising gala.