A new youth and senior drop-in centre will open within a few months at the corner of Robert and Centre streets.
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Melissa Schilz is a graduate of the Journalism program at Carleton University in Ottawa and has been with Postmedia since 2016.
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 called ‘Try it Skates’ between March 26 and 28.
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 connecting streets north of Petrolia Line.
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, celebrating what Canada is best known for.
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 several million dollars, but Petrolia’s mayor says he would never consider making the purchase, even at a discounted price.
A veteran greenhouse operator in Chatham-Kent plans to spend as much as $100 million to develop a 100-acre greenhouse complex in Dawn-Euphemia Township.
Three Petrolia men have been honoured for bravery for their role in rescuing an elderly woman from a burning car in 2015.
The Petrolia Squires defeated the Mapleton Minto’s 9-1 Saturday night, taking the series and moving forward to the WOAA Senior AA finals this weekend.
With Farm Safety Week here, local farmers are spreading the message to ‘Stop, Think and Act’.
The Petrolia Flyers held their first season-end banquet Saturday at Crabby Joes in Petrolia.
The Town of Petrolia has four days of fun planned during next week’s March Break.
The LCCVI senior girls hockey team will be heading to Stratford for OFSAA next week after their SWOSSAA victory on Wednesday.
Earle Woolaver, Leva White and MaryBeth Edgar have over 100 years of Scout leading experience among them.
LCCVI’s Jacob Mitchell and Emma McLaughlin competed at OFSAA wrestling this month. The grade 11 students both agreed it was a surreal moment, with smoke tunnels and flashing lights, giving them the real wrestling experience.
Over 100 young jazz musicians from different schools with be performing at the Lambton Kent District School Board Jazz Festival this week, including students from Petrolia’s LCCVI.
Lambton OPP are currently investigating a robbery that occurred at 10:15 a.m. Tuesday at the Paul Marley Pharmacy in Plympton-Wyoming.
The Town of Petrolia held an information session last week regarding upcoming works to the Greenwood Recreation Centre.
The boys are back in town.
Anyone with a keen interest in Victorian architecture knows of the name George F. Durand (1850-1889).