Efforts to help those with opioid and drug addiction will ramp up this week at Kettle and Stoney Point First Nation.
The possible formation of a health board has been tabled to next fall, and councillor Mike Stark is not happy about the decision.
Lambton Public Health reported 17 new cases on Saturday and 17 recoveries.
Environment Canada has ended a fog advisory for Sarnia-Lambton.
Sarnia’s OHL and GOJHL teams will both get a break from the ice after coming off losses Friday night. The Sarnia Sting lost to the Windsor Spitfires 3-2 in overtime and the Legionnaires lost to the St. Mary’s Lincolns 4-1.
Recognition at the Canadian Brewing Awards has fueled excitement for local brewmasters to work on new recipes for possible submissions at next year’s competition.
Several post-secondary students have received a financial boost through scholarships awarded by the Lambton Federation of Agriculture.
Stephanie Oetting said her son, four-year-old Easton, raised $2,895 for the Terry Fox Foundation and took part in the recent walk/ run event at King George VI Public School in Sarnia.
Lambton Medical Officer of Health Dr. Sudit Ranade says current policies in place will not be enough to reach the province’s 90 per cent vaccination target.
The Petrolia & North Enniskillen Fire Department congratulated Ken Henry on his milestone over social media this week.