Lambton Public Health has started its 2014 water sampling program.
City police report several people sustained minor injuries in a three vehicle crash near Lakeshore and Waterworks Sunday.
Runners from Michigan were the top male and female finishers.
The president of the Sarnia-Lambton Chamber of Commerce welcomes Ontario’s planned 2.5-billion dollar fund meant to keep businesses in the province but says more needs to be done.
A group of six Lambton County paramedics plan to participate in the Heart and Stroke “Ride For Heart” today.
Minimum wage goes up across the province Sunday to $11 an hour, affecting thousands of employees.
Two student leaders are officially set to represent their respective high schools for the St. Clair Catholic District School Board.
The Sarnia Police Service has located a missing 83-year-old man thanks to the assistance of Sarnia Transit.
The 37th running of the CHOK-YMCA International Bridge Race is set for tomorrow morning
The fifth annual County Ceilidh goes today at the Camlachie Community Centre.