A significant follow up to a fundraising event in August was a two-day Lambton Palliative Care Retreat held in Grand Bend earlier this month.
Justin Fazio grew up cheering for the Sarnia Sting. He attended games as a kid, dreaming of one day proudly wearing the Sting logo on his chest.
Elsa Almeida transferred from hospital to Trillium Villa’s convalescent care program on Aug.
Because not everyone can protect themselves, do your part to protect others by getting a seasonal influenza (flu) vaccine.
For Maja Jovanovic, aka “Professor Maja,” leadership includes having passionate ideas about confidence and dropping the “sorry” from the vocabulary.
The Sarnia Sting hosted the Guelph Storm on Saturday night. It was another outstanding performance for the home side.
The Sarnia Sting hosted the Mississauga Steelheads on Friday night. It was a dominant Sting effort from start to finish.
Cancer Care Ontario (CCO) has recognized Bluewater Health for improving the quality of cancer services for participants in the Ontario Breast Screening Program (OBSP).
Organizers of the Power of the Purse women’s empowerment conference, which is coming to Sarnia for the first time, say Jen Grant, one of the headlining speakers, is more than a comedian who will make attendees laugh until they cry.
Members and employees of the Sarnia Lambton Chamber of Commerce are welcome to “stop by” next Tuesday, October 17, as the organization celebrates Business Week in the community.
The weather has taken a cool turn and the leaves are changing to their brilliant colours.
Charles Bronfman, a member of the company that made its fortune under the Seagram’s brand, is coming to Sarnia for an event being held in association with Business Week.
For Cat Cabajar, being an artist is a lifelong dream but one that she’s finally realizing.
Lawrence Swift is well-known in the Sarnia-Lambton area, not only for his past role at the Coast Guard, the agency from which he is retired, but also being a past chair of the board for Bluewater Health.
The Show with David Burrows #310 Opening Segment: Sarnia Sting recap The Entertainment Scene: The Hunchback of Notre Dame is coming to Imperial Theatre, Sarnia ON.DIrector, Virgina Reh talks about the upcoming performance that begins October 20th.
The United Way of Sarnia-Lambton has reached the 48% mark of the $2,000,000 goal today.
Habitat for Humanity Sarnia/Lambton recently partnered with Little Caesars South Western Ontario to raise funds and awareness on World Habitat Day – Monday, October 2, with $1 from every pizza sold at locations in Sarnia and Corunna donated to the cause.
The Sarnia Sting hosted the Hamilton Bulldogs for a Thanksgiving Monday matchup at Progressive Auto Sales Arena.
Paul Kearney, a resident of Bright’s Grove, has been a supporter and active volunteer with Harmony for Youth, the organization that helps young people with musical skills that they might not otherwise gain, is at it again, this time with a series of four evenings of watercolour painting lessons.
Harmony for Youth, a well-known organization that has a long history of helping local children discover the power of music as they grow up, is in its 18th year of hosting a “Haunted House” on Friday and Saturday nights from now until Halloween.