Petrolia council has again thrown its support behind a campaign fighting Ontario government policy that favours big bus companies.
All 780 streetlights in Petrolia will be replaced with energy efficient LED (light-emitting diode) lights, at no cost to the town.
New science modules for elementary and secondary school students have been introduced.
A quintet of Grade 8 Petrolia students are trying to mobilize a good deeds ripple effect, starting with shunning shoes for a day.
Noted Canadian lawyer Julian Falconer will speak at a May 5 town hall meeting a Plympton-Wyoming citizen's group is organizing.
The Lambton Student Nutrition Program has received $27,092 from the Ontario Ministry of Children and Youth Services.
The recent green light given the Jericho Wind Project has some demonstrators seeing red.
The 100th anniversary of Petrolia's Baines Machine and Repair Works will be celebrated on Friday, May 23 with an open house from 1 p.m. to 5 p.m.
A female passenger and a child were hospitalized after a motor vehicle rollover in Plympton-Wyoming on April 19.
Canada will require that the use of older rail cars for carrying crude oil be phased out within three year.
It’s been a long, cold, record-shattering winter all across Canada, and the weather has wreaked havoc on our roads.
An 18-year-old woman had to be carted away from Prime Minister Stephen Harper's official residence Saturday night for a suspected case of alcohol poisoning.