Lambton Public Health reported two more recovered cases of COVID-19 Wednesday night, dropping the active caseload down to one.
Sarnia council’s entire six-member Communities in Bloom committee is retiring at the end of its term December 1.
Malinda Little was chosen Tuesday night from among 11 candidates who had expressed interest in serving as trustee for Sarnia and Point Edward.
The Ontario Education Ministry approved $4.56-million Wednesday for the purchase of eight acres of land along the east side of The Rapids Parkway, opposite St. Francois Xavier Secondary School.
Upgrades to the Petrolia Water Treatment Plant in Bright’s Grove are complete at a cost of $8.1 million.
The head of Bluewater Health is stressing the importance of maintaining favourable COVID-19 numbers in Sarnia-Lambton.
An outbreak of COVID-19 at an unnamed workplace in Sarnia-Lambton has been declared over.
Sarnia-Lambton businesses are being encouraged to sign up for a free program, aimed at building consumer confidence.
Sarnia council has asked staff to provide the audited annual financials from the tenant at Chris Hadfield Airport.
An agreement will be drafted to move the historic Canatara Park Log Cabin to the Lambton Heritage Museum.