VIP Rail, a short-line rail business, has changed hands, the result of a structured buy-out of one of its founders.
The Ontario Ministry of Labour, through Workplace Safety & Prevention Services, wants to help businesses protect their workers from noise.
Afton Park Place life enrichment manager Stacy Petrie is commending life enrichment worker Marjorie Desmet for creating an event at the Sarnia long-term care home June 21 that celebrated weddings and the fashion tied to matrimony.
Erica Emery, left, and her best friend, Kilee Ayers, also 8, couldn’t be happier after getting their faces done up by Angela Green of the Painted Cat, all part of Saturday’s Kids Free Day at the Farm, organized by the Seaway Kiwanis Club.
The future of the former Kinsmen Centre at the corner of Lakeshore and Colborne Roads will once be discussed at Sarnia City Council this coming Monday.
Several dozen motorcyclists rumbled into Sarnia late Wednesday at the last stop on the 12th anniversary Motorcycle Ride for Charity event, organized by the Ontario Realtors Care Foundation, which is supported by the Ontario Real Estate Association and local members of the Sarnia-Lambton Real Estate Board.
Some things need to be cleared up as to why City Council approved this latest reprimand and sanction of Mayor Mike Bradley, as recommended by the Integrity Commissioner (IC).
Mark Lumley is one of a growing number of people who was born in the area and may have thought he’d never return.
Local pilots from the COPA Flight 7 flying club are making their mark on the Lambton County sky.
Robert Swayze, the Integrity Commissioner on retainer by the City of Sarnia, is recommending that City Council dock Mayor Mike Bradley’s pay for two weeks after coming into conflict with the Council’s Code of Conduct.