The Inn of the Good Shepherd is ready with its back to school backpack program.
Ontario’s Special Investigations Unit (SIU) has laid charges against a Sarnia police officer following a sexual assault investigation.
Lambton Public Health’s interim medical officer of health is stressing the need to boost COVID-19 vaccination rates.
The St. Clair Township Fire Department is getting creative with how they raise awareness of fire prevention.
A proud father of two, remembered for his caring heart and love of music and sports, has been identified as the pedestrian involved in a fatal collision on Tashmoo Avenue in Sarnia.
There are currently 18 active COVID-19 cases in Sarnia-Lambton. The incidence rate went up last week to 12.2.
Canada celebrated another win at the world women’s hockey championship after defeating Switzerland 5-0 Tuesday night.
Several vehicles honked in support of a group of protestors Tuesday who were stationed in front of Lambton College.
School boards will soon disclose the percentage of staff vaccinated against COVID-19 as required by the province.
There are now 19 active COVID-19 cases in Sarnia-Lambton, which is an increase of one from Monday.