The City of Sarnia is mourning the loss of Ann Stirling.
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The Montreal-based company says sales of bio-succinic acid for the three months ending June 30 were $4.1-million.
Lambton County Council has unanimously endorsed the continued safe operation of Enbridge’s Line 5 pipeline.
Computer problems in the U.S. were causing significant delays at the Sarnia-Port Huron and Windsor-Detroit border crossings Wednesday.
Sarnia fire officials say city and Imperial fire crews were able to stop a series of grass fires along Scott Rd. from causing any property damage Tuesday afternoon.
Sarnia police are looking for those responsible for the ongoing tagging of buildings with graffiti in the city’s downtown area.
Lambton Public Health says Lake Huron beaches it tests for water quality have all passed again this week.
Police allege a father and son posed as investment managers but kept people’s money for their own gain.