Sarnia Speaks on Diversity, originally set to take place at the Sarnia Library Theatre, has been moved to theStory at 179 Christina Street, just down the street from the former location.
When Danielle Lightfoot moved into a new house, she knew she had to decorate its empty walls.
The Sarnia Lambton Chamber of Commerce is hosting a Town Hall meeting today (Tuesday, July 25, 2017) as an opportunity to discuss the impact on business from Ontario legislation that would see a rise in the provincial minimum wage as well as other workforce related changes that would affect scheduling, temporary work, vacation time and unionization.
As the result of a Tuesday morning collision in the westbound lanes of Highway 402 approaching the Blue Water Bridge, a 27-year-old driver from St.
Last Saturday was a special one for members of the Rotary Club of Sarnia, who came out in full force to serve a pancake and sausage breakfast for the hundreds who consider the pre-race celebration around the Port Huron to Mackinac race an annual “must attend” event.
The Sarnia Accessibility Advisory Committee is asking the public to send in nominations of businesses and individuals they feel have helped to create an accessible environment for the citizens of Sarnia for the fifth annual Sarnia Accessibility Awards.
A minor fire has caused some major issues at the Sarnia Library forcing the facility to close its doors until at least the second week of August.
Chief and Council of Aamjiwnaang First Nation have restricted fishing on its territory along the St.
Jessica and Lamar Hanna, owners of the Centrepoint IDA Pharmacy, had low expectations when they learned the Sarnia Lambton Chamber of Commerce nominated their business for the Small Business of the Year award.
The Lambton County Archives has room to grow after a major renovation.