When Elizabeth May, head of Canada’s Green Party and a sitting Member of Parliament, tweeted the question: “Why is no one reporting the train derailment in Sarnia yesterday?
A project designed to commemorate Sarnia's Centennial as a city will be presented to City Council Monday with a request for approval in principle, the next step being to begin fundraising for the estimated $5.3 million cost.
A merger of Coast Guard offices is likely to mean fewer jobs for the Sarnia office.
The annual Sarnia-Lambton Chamber of Commerce Community Leadership Breakfast continues to grab the attention of politicians and business leaders alike, judging from a crowded ballroom at the Lambton INN on Wednesday morning.
Lest anyone missed one of the burrs under the saddle of Sarnia Mayor Mike Bradley, the city's long-standing political leader made sure a crowded house at the Community Leadership Breakfast got the point: OLG's upcoming closure of its Slots operation at the Hiawatha Horse Park is just plain wrong.
Students from St. Christopher’s hope to gather 30,000 pounds of non-perishables from the community on Saturday during their 11th annual Cyclone Aid food drive.
Lambton County Council's decision this week to earmark $250,000 toward the establishment of a local detox facility is likely to happen if a decision to proceed with another $550,000 in funding from the Erie St.
The city of Sarnia has frozen non-essential spending pending a clarification of how much or how little the province's gaming corporation intends to send to the city in 2012.
County officials are set to meet Mar. 21 with representatives of the Erie St.
Photograph by Rick Terpstra Photography Mayor Mike Bradley announced on Tuesday that the Judith and Norman Alix Foundation have stepped up to the proverbial plate for the community once again, generously donating a hefty $275,000 toward the $1 million upgrade of the south playing field at Norm Perry Memorial Park.