The Wyoming to Reeces Corners Community Trail project is now paid in full.
David Pattenaude, Petrolia Topic
David Pattenaude joined The Petrolia Topic in 1992 and has worked as an editor, reporter, photographer and regional paginator. His journalism career began in 1974. David was born in Windsor.
Hockey Canada's new Respect in Sport Parent Program is in effect for the 2014/2015 PMHA season.
A Lambton County flying field will be buzzing with activity on Saturday, Aug. 2 as the Bluewater R/C Flyers have their 37th annual scale rally.
Residents of Tile Yard Road and First Avenue will have to pay their assessed costs for Tile Yard Road drainage improvement work.
Petrolian Doris Kretschmann told Petrolia council the public pool at the Oil Heritage District Community Centre is not being marketed enough.
A 12-year relationship with a Sarnia-based private contractor which provided bylaw enforcement service for the Town of Petrolia has been terminated.
Toy fans of a nervous disposition may want to look away now. But subversive, scissors-wielding sisters intent on showing Barbie who is boss: Read on.
A new model train exhibit created by Petrolia's Tom Walter will be on display at The Oil Museum of Canada in Oil Springs for its Black Gold Festival.
Members of the public can now report occurrences to police with the convenience of a computer, using the OPP's new Citizen Self-Reporting System.
The Lambton County Radio Club (LCRC) held its annual Field Day at Enniskillen Township's Krall Park, on June 28 and 29 and made 300 contacts.
Every year in Canada, children are injured and killed in farm accidents.
The Smilin' Wagon had riders smiling, laughing and screaming in joy at the Brigden fairgrounds, on June 14.
Concerns about assessed costs to improve Tile Yard Road drainage prompted Petrolia council to ask for a staff report.
The Students Outreach to Seniors (S.O.S.) Club at Petrolia's LCCVI has been helping Lambton Elderly Outreach (LEO) clients in Petrolia for 20 years.
The Town of Petrolia is extending its garbage collection contract with Waste Management of Canada for another five years.
Weekly, curbside pickup of household garbage in Petrolia is staying.
It's a great start to the summer theatre season for Victoria Playhouse Petrolia (VPP).
According to some members of town council, there's been a big reduction in the number of heavy trucks going through Petrolia.
The Town of Petrolia hopes to save $20,00 to $70,000 yearly with a new residential garbage collection contract.
There's been a big reduction in the number of heavy trucks going through Petrolia.