A new mural has gone up at the Van Tuyl and Fairbank Hardware store on Railroad St.
Kiddies Korner Co-op Nursery School celebrated their 45th anniversary by planting an Autumn Blaze tree in the park beside the Central Lambton Family Health Team. A plaque, donated by the Town of Petrolia, sits next to the tree and commemorates the nursery’s milestone.
A veteran politician and former mayor says he’s never seen residents here so distrustful about town hall council and bureaucrats – and that a top-to-bottom investigation is needed.
The longest college faculty strike in Ontario’s history is dragging on at least a little longer.
An Ontario town born from a 19th- century oil gusher is mired in political muck, its top bureaucrat gone after a murky land deal and a rookie councillor saying he’d been the target of intimidation.
Local hockey leagues across the county have partnered up with St. Clair Child and Youth Services to show support and raise awareness when it comes to mental health.
Farmer’s Daughter Artisan Market opened in Glencoe in May, the project of Erin Waller-Burnett and Maura Dobie. It’s where they sell their own products and the products of roughly 30 other rural artisans.
London based child and adolescent psychiatrist, Dr. Dave Templeman, is scheduled to come to Petrolia this month to discuss anxiety and how to manage it among young people.
Fanshawe College students who expected to finish their semester 10 days before Christmas could be sweating it out into the new year if the strike in Ontario’s 24 colleges drags on much longer.