Many residents of Sarnia-Lambton have fond memories of attending what is now the North American International Auto Show—aka “Detroit auto show” although that name disappeared several years ago with a rebranding of the event by the Detroit Auto Dealers Association.
Belan Farms, a 1,200-acre cash crop operation in Dawn-Euphemia that’s operated by three generations of the Belan family, has won the 2018 Outstanding Farmer Award from the Lambton Soil and Crop Improvement Association.
It was another sold-out crowd at The Station on Saturday night to see Smash Wrestling as they made their fourth appearance in the city.
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A STATEMENT FROM THE CANADIAN COAST GUARD FOLLOWS: A sustained blast of Arctic air that extended from late December into January rapidly accelerated the formation of ice on the Great Lakes.
With the Sarnia Sting adding players to both the forward lines and defence and now a goalie prospect in Ethan Langevin, things are looking pretty good in the Sting camp.
Over 4,600 fans were in attendance at the Progressive Auto Sales Arena to witness #91 the jersey of former Sarnia Sting Forward and Captain of the of Tampa Bay Lightning, Steven Stamkos hoisted to the rafter on Friday night as the Sting hosted the Windsor Spitfires in the second half of their home at home series.
Bluewater Health officially opened seven temporary Residential Withdrawal Management beds on Friday (Jan.
When you talk about good tight hockey, it could not be better described then the game Thursday night between the visiting LaSalle Vipers and the Sarnia Legionnaires.
Sarnia is getting ready for its biggest hockey weekend of the year.
Join a local artist at the Judith & Norman Alix Art Gallery this Sunday, January 14, 2018, from 1:00-3:00 p.m.
The Sarnia Sting picked up three new players before the trade deadline and they made their first appearances with the club Thursday night.
As we get some traction on 2018, there’s no shortage of happenings in Sarnia-Lambton.
After much collecting, stacking and sorting, members of the Rotary Club of Bluewaterland are ready for the club’s 14th annual used book sale.
Many were wondering what moves, if any, the Sarnia Sting would make as the OHL trade deadline draws near.
Flu season is in full swing in Sarnia-Lambton and Bluewater Health has implemented visitor restriction at its Sarnia hospital in an attempt to decrease the chances of others becoming ill.
Sarnia’s Salvation Army is thanking the community after a record-setting Christmas kettle campaign.
The Sarnia Sting has made a deal with the Sudbury Wolves to add size, strength and experience to their forward line.
The Show with David Burrows #323 Opening Segment: Heavy Rescue 401 fundraiser supporting transitional housing for youth in Sarnia-Lambton raises $13,000.
Pat McGil, an experienced chemist who spent his career at both Dow Chemical and Dupont, decided to give himself an unusual “retirement gift”—the donation of money to build rooms in a school in Uganda.
A new music program at Sarnia-Lambton Rebound, the Victoria Playhouse Petrolia, and the Watford Legion are among the latest recipients of “Creative County” grants offered by the County of Lambton.