A new youth and senior drop-in centre will open within a few months at the corner of Robert and Centre streets.
The arrival of spring comes with special hints in the preceding weeks. There are certain smells in the air that remind us it’s not far off.
The Lambton Attack Girls Hockey Association is giving girls in grades 1 to 5 the chance to try out hockey at no cost in their new program
One problem with trying to charge establishments that show televised sports more money for those broadcasts is that it leads to a weird philosophical debate: What exactly is a sports bar?
As police scour the country for an Ontario man accused of killing his seven- year-old stepson, the child’s family is preparing to lay him to rest.
If I know anything about the kids these days, what with their beards and their ball caps and their hoppy beers, it's that they do not pay for cable.
A new ad campaign touting a plan to slash hydro rates puts the Liberal government in contempt of the legislature, Progressive Conservatives allege.
Progressive Conservative Leader Patrick Brown is demanding Ontario’s Liberals pull the plug on “self-congratulatory” advertisements on the government’
Alvinston’s Deputy Mayor, Jim Hayter, was killed in a single vehicle collision on Thursday at the age of 70.
The Town of Petrolia announced last week that council has agreed to move forward with a $2.6 million water, sewer and road reconstruction on three con
This year’s annual Maple Syrup Festival at the A.W. Campbell Conservation Area – to be held March 18 and 19 – will mark 45 years of sugary sweetness
The man whose family has owned Petrolia’s iconic Fairbank mansion for the last 50 years would consider selling the property to the town for