Anne Marie Gillis, who as a Sarnia City/County Councillor, sits on both legislative bodies, has a third position now that she’s been elected a board member of the Federation of Canadian Municipalities.
Community leaders invited to an update on the Lambton College strategic plan had the opportunity to see just how much progress is being made about halfway through the 2012-2018 period.
Lambton’s Medical Officer of Health has issued a COLD WEATHER ALERT for Lambton County based on the latest forecast from Environment Canada that predicts a temperature drop to -17°C tonight.
A weekend with over 100 calls for service didn’t hinder Lambton OPP from carrying out almost 20 Reduce Impaired Driving Everywhere (R.I.D.E.) programs throughout the county.
Complaints over the weekend about an alleged fraud involving an elderly area resident has prompted Lambton OPP to issue a reminder: stay away from making any financial agreements over the phone, Internet or any other method if they don’t personally know to whom they are speaking.
There’s at least one fewer candidate for the Conservative Party nomination contest that will take place next month.
Lambton OPP say officers are investigating an incident Saturday afternoon in which an unidentified person invited a 13-year-old female into his car.
Lambton OPP say a two-year-old girl was killed as the result of a single vehicle rollover accident on Highway 402 west of Oil Heritage Road Saturday evening (December 13) that also left two adults, a Sarnia man and Sarnia woman, both 27, with injuries.
Organizers of the local Mothers Against Drunk Driving “Voluntary Toll” program are pleased with the $12,560 raised this year, money that will be used to support various programs, including support for victims of drunk driving incidents.
In a program that began in Sarnia-Lambton and has spread throughout the Mothers Against Drunk Driving network, the annual “Volunteer Toll” program to raise funds for awareness and support toward the issue of drunk driving is being held this weekend.