Twin Lakes Terrace volunteer Mary Gilbert is the recipient of Steeves & Rozema’s 2017 Volunteer Recognition Award.
A British Columbia-based company focused on medical cannabis research and production is investing $30 million to lease what will soon be a former pepper growing operation in Enniskillen Township.
The Sarnia Sting has announced details on its upcoming “Black & White” game in support of the United Way of Sarnia Lambton, which takes place Wednesday, August 30 at 7:05 p.m.
- New virtual reality arcade opening Labour Day weekend
- New Lambton College program in high demand
- 5 things to do in Sarnia-Lambton this weekend — August 11 – 13
- New Music Festival Coming To Bright’s Grove
- Bluewater Power giving away clotheslines to encourage energy conservation
- Renovations continue at former St. Clair Secondary School
Applications are now being accepted for this round of grants from the Judith and Norman Alix Foundation.
The popular Household Hazardous Waste Days, co-sponsored by the County of Lambton Public Works Department and Clean Harbors Canada Inc., will be changing locations in August and will offer Lambton County residents an opportunity to dispose household hazardous waste at no cost.
The Sarnia-Lambton Business Development Corporation, a not for profit community based corporation that is funded by the Federal Economic Development Agency for Southern Ontario, provides business counselling and financing to entrepreneurs in Lambton County, as well as assisting with various community based economic development projects.
If you’re a fan of saxophone, singing, and jam sessions clear your Sunday schedule.
Forget about pinball, pac-man, and pulsing lights– there’s a new arcade coming to town.
The Show with David Burrows #301 Opening Segment: Weekend Re-cap The Entertainment Scene: A new music festival is coming to Bright’s Grove.
When it comes to saving energy, it’s the little things that count.
Sarnia’s parks and recreation department is asking residents to water trees on their property to help ensure the survival of the local canopy.
Difficult to earn and easily lost, trust and respect are two of the most important characteristics of great leadership.
Petrolia will be buzzing with activity on Saturday, August 12, as Canada’s Victorian Oil Town celebrates the first ever Petrolia Day.
Watford’s annual Cornfest is back this weekend for its 35th edition.
We’re approaching the midpoint of August. That means there’s only a few weekends left to have some summer fun before the kids go back to school and the trees start changing colour.
An environmental assessment is underway for possible improvements to Highway 40 at its intersections with Petrolia Line and Rokeby Line.
The Executive Director of the Western University Sarnia-Lambton Research Park will retire by the end of this year after nearly four years on the job.
A new home isn’t the only new aspect of the upcoming Dream Home Lottery organized by the Bluewater Health Foundation.
Last summer, the band Second Wind played a pop-up concert on the new Rotary Stage on Grand Bend’s beach.
The Lambton Branch of the Ontario Genealogical Society is asking for help in its search for yearbooks from Petrolia’s high school as it builds a research-assisting yearbook archive.