It’s been a busy summer so far from representatives of Habitat for Humanity Sarnia/Lambton, beginning with a ground turning ceremony at Kettle & Stony Point on June 10 where four homes will eventually be built.
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Organizers of a “Drive by Bottle Drive” that took place from May 14-16 have been able to raise $27,255 in support of the Inn of the Good Shepherd.
A half-century after the founding of Lyndon Security, officials from the local company are marking the occasion with a gift of $10,000 to St.
A first of its kind competition organized by the Sarnia Lambton Business Development Corporation has a winner, with the judging of finalists conducted through a Facebook event held on May 27, 2020.
While this year’s Alzheimer’s Walk, sponsored by IG Wealth Management, will be a virtual event, organizers are hoping enthusiasm will remain for what is one of the Alzheimer Society’s biggest fundraisers.
Shop Lambton is a free resource launched this week to support businesses in the Sarnia-Lambton area by helping consumers find goods and services locally.
In this episode of the Storytellers, a regular video feature produced by CR Creative Co.
Since December 2019, Corporal (Cpl) Adam Michael Comeau, a native of Sarnia, has been deployed to Kuwait as part of Operation IMPACT, the Canadian Armed Forces’ (CAF) training and capacity-building mission in the Middle East.
Lambton County Library officials say the first step in returning to service delivery is to request any patrons return any outstanding library materials to drop boxes at any Lambton County Library location.
Math Plus Tutors, a local firm that offers help for students at their school work, is hosting a free workshop for parents to help them with their children working at home.