The Judith & Norman Alix Art Gallery is moving ahead with its second exhibition of a series that was launched last year to commemorate its 10 year anniversary.
The winning ticket will be selected by a random number generation system and announced during Ribfest on Sunday, June 18.
SL-LIP Project Coordinator Stephanie Ferrera said so far they have eight participants and they need 30 to finalize the research.
No draft plans have been finalized yet for Sarnia’s largest greenfield area.
Noelle’s Gift to Children is donating $90,000 to the Ontario Student Nutrition Program, which provides funding to 43 schools in Lambton County.
Third Thursdays in Sarnia will feature local musicians and businesses across the city.
A local woman says “miracles are still out there” after her 20-month-old son survived a fall into an outdoor pool and was without a heartbeat for about two hours.
A new bylaw for short term rental (STR) owners in Lambton Shores, which includes the requirement of an annual licence, will officially come into effect on Wednesday, February 1.
A 43-year-old Port Lambton man is accused of driving while impaired after a single-vehicle collision was reported on Highway 401 in Chatham-Kent.
Sarnia may be certified as a bird friendly city by this spring.