Five things to do this weekend… This weekend, Environment Canada reports beautiful weather of sunny skies and warm temperatures.
Kim Forbes may not look like she could possibly have been at McDonald’s for the 15 years it’s been since she first walked in the door for her first job.
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.
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.
Some 400 participants will be remembering a Canadian who inspired a nation with his run for cancer research before succumbing to the disease.
The B.C.-based company that has announced plans to acquire a 100-acre facility currently operating as Enniskillen Pepper Co.
A crew of Bluewater Power employees are on their way to the Tampa area to help with power restoration activities associated with Hurricane Irma.
Steeves & Rozema, a Sarnia-based family enterprise that was founded in 1963, continues to grow and prosper, with a keen eye on both the present operations and to the future.
Opening Segment: Great music at Bottoms Up Bar & Grill with Stephen Dumont and friends The Entertainment Scene: Local musicians have come together to support The Inn of the Good Shepherd- Sarnia.
Lesley Hardman of Sarnia took some time out on Tuesday to bond with her three-year-old son Tanner Hardman just north of the Blue Water Bridge in Point Edward.
The Emergency Department (at Charlotte Eleanor Englehart Hospital (CEEH) of Bluewater Health has been recognized by the Ministry of Health and Long-Term Care for achieving emergency room wait times that are lower than 90% of similar hospitals in the province.
Reports of NOVA Chemicals beginning a process of clearing land said to be the site of a proposed $2-billion polyethylene plant shouldn’t be seen as a firm commitment by the company.
Lambton OPP are reminding motorists of one basic “back to school” tip—but this one for those on the road rather than the students themselves.
Grab some popcorn– the film festival that brought 5000 people to downtown Sarnia in 2016 is returning for its third edition.
The Show with David Burrows #305 Opening Segment: 2nd Annual Sarnia Rib Fest another great success at Hiawatha Horse Park!
The Judith & Norman Alix Art Gallery, the downtown Sarnia showcase that is operated by Lambton County, has a number of events laid out for the month of September, including several that are held on a weekly basis.
For the second time in three years, a local custom kitchen and bathroom company, William Standen Co.
Lighthouse Community Church, located at the corner of Parker St. and Nelson (one block south of Exmouth), is celebrating its return to both Saturday and Sunday services in style this Saturday (Sept.
It is officially the Fall season. Temperatures have dropped and school is back in session.