Town of Petrolia Council was divided Monday night over discussions regarding a swimming pool bylaw in place since 2009.
Petrolia residents are getting ready to party. The town of Petrolia announced last week that they would be bringing back their Canada Day Parade in celebration of Canada’s 150th birthday.
Get ready to pig out this weekend – Petrolia’s Baconfest will be returning for its fourth year.
Kelly Wilks has big plans for her post-secondary school education – she’s heading to Wilfrid Laurier University in September to study Human Rights and Human Justice. The program will take her abroad where she will study at the University of Sussex in England for three years.
If the two cartoon kids in the Chapman’s Ice Cream logo were real, they’d be pupils at Beavercrest community school in Markdale.
It was surprise that washed over David Rogers and David Hogan on opening night of Fiddler on the Moose. The Co-Artistic Directors said when it comes to the first big night, they tend to stick to a usual script, a formality that audiences have grown accustomed to. But things were a little different this time.
After a hike on the Fairbank Nature Trail last Monday night, the First Petrolia Scouts presented Charlie Fairbank with a special thank you gift – a canoe paddle and camping chair, made by the scouts themselves during their woodworking sessions.
Students at LCCVI hosted their annual Arts Appreciation Night last Wednesday, welcoming both parents and students to an evening celebrating the arts.
A pilot returning to a Southwestern Ontario airfield died after his small plane struck trees near the runway, an investigator said Monday.