The top prize for a new volunteer recognition program is bound to generate interest in a celebration of volunteerism that honours Canada’s second prime minister.
When the general manager of the Chatham-Kent Public Utilities Commission (CK PUC) heard concerns about the frequency of sewage being by-passed from treatment facilities directly into the St.
Sarnia Police say its officers participated in yesterday’s (Wednesday, September 24) province-wide sweep of alleged child pornography sites, working specifically with Chatham-Kent officers in a search warrant and subsequent arrest of a 31-year-old Wallaceburg.
Dirty Little Secret wins the night at London’s Norma Jean’s, will open Rock The Park on Saturday, July 27.
At its regular meeting on Wednesday, June 5, 2013, Lambton County Council: Heard a presentation from representatives of the Pillar Nonprofit Network, outlining the scope of Lambton County Library’s new “Strategic Opportunities Plan” which invites members of the public to redefine services at their community libraries.
OPINION: By Matt McEachran “Extremely disappointed in Council’s decision to allow farmers to continue to do whatever they want with the land they own … they should be forced to get approval from our government first to ensure too many trees don’t get cut down at once.” This mindless rant was found in the online edition of the Chatham Daily News, under an article about Chatham-Kent council’s decision to vote down a bylaw on tree cutting.
Sarnia Police have released a list of five fugitives wanted for an array of charges.
Some 30 healthcare professionals from Bluewater Health are now better equipped to care and communicate with patients receiving palliative care, the result of a two-day program that was held Friday and Saturday.
Under rules established by the Ontario Government for the Local Health Integration Work, organizations who are funded cannot keep any of their remaining year-end surplus without authorization.
Sarnia Police say they acted on the strength of outstanding warrants out of the Chatham-Kent area in arresting a 32-year old Sarnia woman on Friday, spotting her in the 100 block of Davis Street.