Bill Bilton says he’s always had an interest in being involved in the community. That’s probably why he’s been formally recognized for 35 years of ele
Petrolia council has agreed to continue using a Robert Street building that has been the subject of controversy for several months. It’s where the tow
Vanessa Barnes wants to give people living with Alzheimer’s disease and dementia a chance to leave their disease at the door.
A new telling of Petrolia history is set to be released this weekend in the form of a graphic novel.
OPP officers respond to a call along Hwy. 401, Canada’s busiest highway, and find a car upside-down in a water-filled hole.
Police never stop following up leads on cold cases, a veteran Sarnia investigator said as OPP announced new details in their bid to solve the death of
Burning questions remain for rural Southwestern Ontarians who rely on volunteer firefighters after an entire department in the region abruptly quit in
About 3,000 international students attending Ontario’s colleges asked for a tuition refund after a faculty strike, according to new data released by t
Dear Amy: My fiance and I have been together for 10 years.
Dear Amy: The holiday season is already in full swing, and my husband and I are already arguing over what to do next year.
Mini cucumbers and the even smaller cocktail cukes have become big ambassadors of the Ontario Greenhouse Vegetable Growers
Scalper bots are now banned in Ontario, as a bill to protect ticket buyers passed Wednesday, though the ticket industry warns some parts of the legisl