Lambton OPP is investigating a break and enter to a commercial business that took place on Friday just before 3:00am.
Nearly 12-hundred Hydro One customers were without power for just over three hours overnight.
April is Earth Month and that means teachers and students across Ontario are thinking “green”.
A woman and a child have been taken to hospital following a rollover crash on Hwy. 402.
Lambton Public Health is welcoming Ontario’s tougher vaccine requirements for students.
Lambton OPP officers will be highly visible on our highways this weekend watching for many different driving infractions including the use of seatbelts and child restarints
Sarnia’s largest easter egg hunt goes today at the Children’s Animal Farm in Canatara Park.
Terry Burrell would like Sarnia Council meetings to be more accessible for deaf and people who are hard of hearing.
Nine hundred boxes of food will be donated to the Inn of The Good Shepherd.
The white cat found in Bright’s Grove in early February is now in the care of a foster family.