The Town of Petrolia has secured a grant worth $24,750 from the Canada Cultural Spaces Fund to go towards a feasibility study at Victoria Hall.
Property owners in Plympton-Wyoming will see their taxes inch upward by 0.9 per cent following council’s approval of its 2018 budget.
After spending the last year playing golf in such places as Italy, Morocco, Fiji, Australia and South Africa, Canadian Mike Weir returns to the PGA To
Has the #MeToo movement gone too far? Or has it not gone far enough? Who gets to decide? And as the debate shows no signs of abating, the same open-en
Talk about putting a damper on sunny ways!
The best marketing play of the season comes to an end soon.
Dear Amy: I was awakened at 3 a.m. by my four-year-old crying out for me.
The Wynne government’s 21 per cent hike in the minimum wage Jan. 1 is good politics and poor policy.
Cody Chovancek has one major goal in mind – make it to the UFC.
Bluewater Health is making repairs at its Sarnia and Petrolia sites after water pipes burst in the recent cold snap.
A Belleville-based writer with roots in Plympton-Wyoming has released an historical fiction that chronicles the lives as well as the deaths of several
Thirteen groups, families and individuals will be formally honoured by Plympton Wyoming Mayor Lonny Napper in February, following his annual release o