Lambton Public Health is offering a session for parents and other members of the public who want to learn more about youth perceptions on marijuana.
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Victoria Playhouse Petrolia is back in action for 2017, opening their Canadian themed season with a fun and energetic musical show – Fiddler on the Moose.
Ruth Leitch developed a fascination with photography at a young age. With an aunt who would take pictures and bring back the developed shots on the following visit, Leitch was completely smitten with the ability to capture moments.
Petrolia's hospital has received a $7.5 million provincial grant to use towards improvements to the Bluewater Health hospital campus.
Bluewater Health has received a $7.5 million grant from the Ministry of Health and Long Term Care. The funding is set to be used towards the Petrolia hospital’s redevelopment and infrastructure plans.
Discovery Travel Petrolia may have just opened their doors on the town’s main street earlier this month, but Travel Consultant Jen Langstaff and Associate Agent Michelle Harris want clients to know they are simply continuing a tradition of travel.
Glenn Sheridan is entering his third season as executive chef at Bayfield’s The Red Pump Inn, but this year is a special one for him and restaurant owner Harry Israel.
Petrolia’s First Baptist Church sustained serious damage after it was struck by lightning last Thursday. Emergency crews cordoned off the area for a brief time to clean up and secure the area.
Bob Gulvin and Susan McEwen have been learning the ins and outs of home insurance. The Petrolia residents each own homes that are well over 100 years old, and while they knew upkeep was a huge factor, they never imagined the stress that would come when it came to insuring their properties.
The Canadian Cancer Society is holding their Second Annual Daffodil Dip this month at the Sarnia Riding Club, where participants will be taking the plunge, running into the chilly waters of Lake Huron.
The Town of Petrolia has announced a special compost day that will be held to celebrate Earth Day and give residents a chance to offload any yard and garden waste.
If you’re not afraid to get a little dirty, the Oil Heritage District Community Centre is looking for participants to take part in this year’s Fourth Annual Oil Slick Mud run on June 3.
Brooke-Alvinston council has approved a 4.5 per cent tax increase for property owners, the largest in memory.
Petrolia will be taking part in a national celebration of Canadian arts this month. April 19 marks Canadian National Film Day, where hundreds of venues across the country will be screening Canadian-made films free of charge.
April marks BeADonor month, a campaign that works to raise awareness on organ and tissue donation registration, and Bluewater Health is taking part to work towards growing those registration rates in Sarnia-Lambton area.
Students at St. Philip Catholic School in Petrolia are being given the opportunity to hit the green this year.
Lambton OPP responded to an early morning single vehicle collision on Tuesday April 11 which resulted in an arrest.
Sunday marked 100 years since the start of The Battle of Vimy Ridge – a battle that brought Canada together not only in grief but also in national pride.
Petrolia’s compost site on Maude Street opened the first day of April for business, but was closed by the time Monday rolled around.
Sydnie Welsh is heading off to France this week, returning to Vimy Ridge where she once worked as a guide.