As our community of readers is already aware, Lambton Shield is growing and we’re looking to expand our team of contributors in response to, well, the growing opportunities to tell great stories and to spread the word about what’s going on in Sarnia-Lambton.
Allison Graham, a self-described “Resiliency Ninja,” is one of the headline speakers at the upcoming Power of the Purse event, to be held November 16 at the Holiday Inn in Sarnia/Point Edward.
Twenty-eight people recently discovered artistic talents they may not have known they had while raising more than $600 for the Breast Cancer Society in support of Steeves & Rozema Group team members and their families who have been affected by breast cancer.
Those who have been in Sarnia-Lambton and experienced the resurgence of the downtown area in recent years will likely appreciate the conversation we had with Ravi Srinivasan, executive director of the South Western International Film Festival.
Opening Segment: Sarnia Sting Recap Brady Hinz makes the Ontario Hockey League ‘On The Run Player of the Week’ The Entertainment Scene: Helping to rebuild homes in the Dominican Republic.
The Tsaprailis family has been in the restaurant business for over 30 years.
For those who speak the kind of language that machines (including the one being used right now), people like Lewis Menelaws are the future.
With an opioid crisis impacting communities across Canada, Bluewater Health has taken a bold approach to implementing a safer protocol to prevent opioid-related harm for patients.
A gold medal finish at the Canadian National Scott Firefit Championships has earned the Lambton College Firefit team a return ticket to the world championships later this month.
Sarnia-Lambton patients were given the opportunity for the seventh year in a row to nominate their physician for a Patients’ Choice Award.
With a growing number of students choosing to call Lambton College home, one of the biggest areas of enrollment growth in recent years is the number of international students who choose to complete their studies at the College.
With three-quarters of the year behind us, we’ve officially entered the final stretch of 2017.
When Denise McCabe first came to McDonald’s, she definitely experienced a life that differs from many of her co-workers.
It was a strong all-around game for Sarnia. The Sting would dominate on the cycle throughout the afternoon.
The Sting hosted the Kingston Frontenacs at Progressive Auto Sales Arena on Saturday, and it was a night that exemplified everything Sarnia supporters can look forward to this season.
A Lambton County resident has tested positive for the West Nile virus (WNV).
Gerry Dee, one of Canada’s busiest comedic talents who is currently drawing inspiration from his years as a high school teacher for the TV show “Mr.
The City of Sarnia Accessibility Awards recognizes local businesses and individuals that have excelled in promoting an inclusive environment and shopping experience for people with disabilities or led the community to become more inclusive and accessible.
After a record-breaking week of hot weather in Sarnia-Lambton, the temperatures are finally starting to settle down and feel a bit more like Autumn.
The South Western International Film Festival (SWIFF) has unveiled its line-up for CineGAZE, the two-night music and film concert series that runs in tandem to its Imperial Theatre film programming throughout the November 2-5, 2017 event.