Cleanup efforts continue after the EF1 tornado tore through the Grand Bend area on July 27.
Sarnia’s new Director of Planning and Building fondly describes our city as “small” with a “big attitude.”
A total of five people are facing drug charges after police raided a Wallaceburg home.
Travellers at the Blue Water Bridge have noticed an increase in back ups and long wait times recently.
A new project aimed at creating jobs locally is getting off the ground thanks to an Employment Ontario grant.
Severe thunderstorms possible this evening and tonight in Sarnia Lambton.
$505,000 will be used to expand development and testing of next-generation batteries.
A multi-million dollar sewer separation/road replacement project is now into its fourth month.
Ontario’s Education Minister told local representatives there would be no further funding for day cares at this time.
Several weapons taken during a break and enter in Oil Springs last week.