Reaching 100 years is an accomplishment for any person.
The YMCA has opened its new facility in Petrolia with a formal celebration and barbecue attended by the public and dignitaries.
Lambton County’s first state-of-the-art cannabis cultivation facility is now officially in production.
Sarnia-Lambton’s candidates for the June 7 provincial election squared off on agricultural issues at an event organized by the Lambton Federation of Agriculture and held at the Plympton-Wyoming Fair Building.
Four candidates running to be the Lambton-Kent-Middlesex MPP were part of a debate at the Wallaceburg branch of the Royal Canadian Legion on Saturday afternoon.
Mike Radan has quickly switched gears to become Liberal candidate for Lambton-Kent-Middlesex after the last-minute departure of former nominee Ryan O'Hagan on Sunday.
The Petrolia Cemeteries Department has hired a full-time summer historical research associate through the Young Canada Works program.
A biologist with a conservation organization hopes a new report helps people understand the global significance of eastern Lake St. Clair and the East Sydenham River.
The Town of Petrolia launched operations at its new $21-million wastewater facility with a ribbon-cutting ceremony attended by local dignitaries on May 7.