A familiar face in education has recently been appointed as the newest member of the Erie St. Clair LHIN board of directors.
Pilot disorientation may have caused a plane crash in 2015 that killed a prominent couple from Tillsonburg, the Transportation Safety Board of Canada says.
Strathroy dodged a bullet Wednesday, but serious questions remain — about public safety and the fallout for rail passengers — after a freight train derailed in the middle of town.
A rail-safety expert is praising the measured official response to Wednesday’s train derailment, saying it likely helped to avoid panic in the town.
The shutdown of Siemens’ Tillsonburg factory is sending shock waves through Southwestern Ontario’s green-energy manufacturing sector, left scrambling after the surprise move.
Sympathy for pink-slipped workers, anger at Ontario’s Liberal government.
Renovations and storage expansion at Lambton County Archives has recently been completed, and now a celebration is in order.
This summer marks the fifth year of the Inwood Kids Program, a rural summer camp run through the Central Lambton Family Health Team and other partners like the Oil Heritage District Community Centre. The program has something for all ages, and children as young as one and up to the age of 15 can attend.
It was an emotional afternoon in Watford on Friday – two families were handed the keys to their new homes built by Habitat for Humanity, signaling a fresh start.