The state-of-the-art recycling plant is hoping to drive economic and environmental change in the community.
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The “Chew on This!” campaign is hoping to kick poverty and hunger to the curb.
A new training facility is opening doors for carpenters in the Sarnia-Lambton community.
Around 80 people gathered for a poverty reduction rally Friday afternoon at City Hall to raise awareness to the issue.
Around 50 local residents gathered for a town hall meeting Thursday to discuss new tax legislation proposed by the Trudeau Liberals.
Lambton Public Health is teaming up with the Sarnia Fire Rescue Service to promote no-smoking policies in apartments, condominiums and other multi-unit housing buildings.
The Lambton Mosaic Project, a display of artistic and literary contributions, is now on display for public viewing.
Guidance counsellor Ryan Bedard will be offering tips, strategies and general information to students interested in taking the standardized test.
A new paperless voting system is causing a stir among members of the community.
The club has finalized a deal with OES Scoreboards for the purchase and installation of a brand new LED scoreboard along with a 400′ power-ring in the Progressive Auto Sales Arena.