The idea for a podcast is certainly not a new one.
An award winning lineup has been announced for the 2017 Jazz and Blues in the Village, hosted by The Sarnia Organ Donor Awareness Group September 15 and 16 at McGibbon Park in Sarnia.
The Executive Director of the Western University Sarnia-Lambton Research Park will retire by the end of this year after nearly four years on the job.
Andrea Horwath is calling on the Ontario government to do more in its public inquiry into problems at Ontario’s long term-care homes.
This October, Bob Bailey will be celebrating 10 years as Member of Parliament for Sarnia-Lambton, but being part of the community is a lifelong experience for him, having grown up in the area and spent all his pre-public service career working with his father and then with Nova Chemicals.
When Danielle Lightfoot moved into a new house, she knew she had to decorate its empty walls.
Environment Canada is forecasting a risk of thunderstorms on both Saturday and Sunday.
VIP Rail, a short-line rail business, has changed hands, the result of a structured buy-out of one of its founders.
The temperature has been rising and the humidity is here. The dog days of summer are near.
Vegan food, artisans, and live entertainment are flocking to Canatara Park this Sunday, July 9, for Sarnia’s first ever Vegfest– a celebration of all things vegan.