Severe thunderstorms and heavy downpours rolled through parts of southwestern Ontario to offer some relief from the heat and humidity.
The owners of a popular record store in downtown Sarnia are looking forward to retirement after selling Cheeky Monkey to a developer from Toronto.
Lambton Public Health is looking for a medium-size dog and its owner after someone was bitten at Ipperwash Main Beach.
This year’s Outstanding Business Achievement Awards (OBAAs) will highlight the “unsung heroes” who have gone above and beyond for customers and employees during difficult times.
Several track and field athletes from the southwestern Ontario region have been named to Canada’s Olympic team.
The number of active COVID-19 cases in Sarnia-Lambton has dropped by three cases to 25.
Tampa Bay now holds a 3-0 lead in the Stanley Cup final after the Lightning beat the Montreal Canadiens 6-3 Friday night at Bell Centre.
Lambton OPP will have two marine units patrolling local waterways for the first weekend of July. Cst. Jamie Bydeley said officers will conduct vessel checks and ensure boater sobriety.
The annual Petrolia Farmers’ Market started operating on June 5 and its grand opening community barbeque will be held on July 3.
Approximately 70 per cent of VIP tickets for the postponed Bluewater Borderfest have been sold as people are eager to get back to live music and festivals.