Warwick township has approved a proposal from the YMCA of Sarnia-Lambton to offer community development services in their quest to build a community hall in Watford.
Melissa Schilz, Postmedia Network
Melissa Schilz is a graduate of the Journalism program at Carleton University in Ottawa and has been with Postmedia since 2016.
If you love plants but lack a green thumb, Brian Sipkens wants you to know this shouldn’t spell then end of your dreams to bring plants into your home.
The St. Clair Region Conservation Authority and Lambton Water Centre is in the beginning stages of developing and testing new equipment that is set to revolutionize how they monitor flooding in the area.
This year’s Maple Syrup Festival drew larger than usual crowds to the A.W Conservation area, seeing over 750 people come see the displays on Saturday alone. In 2017, the two-day event saw around 1000 people total, and Conservation Education Coordinator Sharon Nethercott credited the beautiful weather for the past weekend’s success.
Mary Jean Hansen’s musical roots were planted when she was just a child. She was raised in a musical household and was singing in choirs since age four.
The St. Clair Region Conservation Authority is continuing research started in 2017 on the north branch of the Sydenham River this summer, a section that had largely gone unobserved in previous years, according to Watershed Technician Greg Wilcox.
The Return of the Swans Festival began in Lambton Shores Saturday, with thousands of tundra swans making a stopover at the Thedford Bog, just behind the Lambton Heritage Museum.
Petrolia town council is divided over a motion that would change the way the members of the public address council. Councillors were set to vote on the document at Monday’s council meeting, but decided to table it instead.
Taking five to 15 minutes a day to take a comfortable seat and meditate can offer you more health benefits than you might think.
Legend has it that the discovery of maple syrup came after a few First Nations boys who were out in the woods throwing their Tomahawks headed back to camp not realizing they had left one of the Tomahawks wedged into the tree.
Sarnia-Lambton Rebound is hosting their first ever Playhouse Fundraiser this month, which will see eight unique playhouses raffled off at Lambton Mall March 24.
The tundra swans are making their return to the Thedford Bog, a reassuring sign of spring despite recent snowfall in the area.
It could soon be time to say goodbye to Centennial Hall. The Township of Warwick is looking to build a new facility attached to the Watford arena, but Mayor Todd Case said the community hall that’s been in use since for 50 years will remain available until the new centre opens.
Michael Landsberg was in Petrolia Tuesday, sharing his personal experiences living with depression and anxiety. The founder of Sick Not Weak is known for his career in sports broadcasting, but said his work in the mental health field is what drives him the most.
LCCVI's girls hockey team are sharpening their skates for OFSAA after defeating the Sandwich Sabres at the Greenwood Rec Centre Monday afternoon.
Petrolia’s Milah-Rose Jamieson has nabbed a third-place prize in the national Plasticurious video contest in her age category.
Eric Curragh said his passion for coffee began when he was just a teenager. While on a trip in the United States, he paid a visit to a coffee house and ordered a latte. The barista had turned a typical rosette into a fishing fly, to match the theme of the restaurant.
The YMCA has appointed a team of leadership staff for the new YMCA in Petrolia.
A decision to close the Darcy McKeough Floodway dam earlier this week was unusual, as the multi-million-dollar water diversion channel in St. Clair Township has been used just a few times since its construction over 30 years ago.
A motion brought forward by a Petrolia municipal councillor earlier this month looks to change how delegates address council, but political scientist Andrew Sancton, former head of Western University’s local government program, says the move could be detrimental to democracy in the town of almost 6,000 people.