Lambton Public Health reported seven new confirmed cases of COVID-19 Tuesday as well as six resolved cases.
London-based researchers found that by the age of 10, nearly 24 per cent of children in Sarnia who participated in the study were diagnosed with asthma, compared to 21 per cent in Windsor and 17 per cent in London.
The St. Clair Catholic District School Board says it’s conducting a thorough investigation after online students were exposed to inappropriate material.
Around three-and-a-half per cent of students in the Lambton Kent school board have signed up for virtual schooling for the upcoming school year.
Lambton College will increase its focus on Sarnia projects with Monday’s announcement of a formalized research partnership.
The Sarnia Police Service is again warning residents to be vigilant after reports of another telephone scam.
Selling city land for a new long-term care home to replace Sumac Lodge was approved but not unanimously Monday.
Sarnia police are investigating what they call acts of senseless mischief in the Bright’s Grove area and at Canatara Park.
A 41-year-old Sarnia man is charged with trafficking cocaine, following an investigation by the Sarnia Police Vice Unit.
Lambton Public Health (LPH) has launched a dedicated vaccine call centre to keep up with demand.