In just a matter of days now—my how the summer is flying by!—the Sarnia Lambton Chamber of Commerce will be holding its Summer Cruise on the Duc D’Orleans II and organizers of the event are opening up the event to members and guests, even those who aren’t yet part of the Chamber community.
Fans of Jimmy Buffett—known almost universally as “Parrot Heads”—will find the Alzheimer Society of Sarnia-Lambton’s Saturday, September 14 “It’s Five O’Clock Somewhere!” at the Holiday Inn and Convention Centre in Point Edward the place to be.
Arguably hockey’s most famous trophy came to visit Sarnia last Sunday, lovingly cradled by two native sons.
With the hot and humid weather continuing in the area, Environment and Climate Change Canada has issued a Heat Warning for Lambton County.
Organizers of the Dream Home lottery, a fundraising initiative that is approaching its quarter century anniversary, is dramatically expanding its reach with two homes and an expanded price board that will directly benefit both the Bluewater Health Foundation and the Charlotte Eleanor Englehart Foundation, the sister organization focused on Petrolia.
In many ways, it’s difficult to imagine the lure of what at one point in the history of the Great Lakes was THE only form of transportation from one community to another over water.
NOVA Chemicals has issued a “heads up” over its plans to bring a 28-foot wide water tank from a fabricator located on Plank Road to its new site on Rokeby Line and Hwy.
One of the world’s most famous sports trophies will be paying a visit to Sarnia tomorrow afternoon, courtesy of St.
Hundreds of hungry watchers of the annual Port Huron to Mackinac race gathered Saturday morning in Point Edward’s Waterfront Park for a feast of pancakes and sausages in one of the area’s most popular fundraising events in support of the club’s community initiatives.
A good business is a lot like a shark: they’re a force, but when they stop moving they’re dead in the water.