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Weekend roundup: The Journal’s Top Stories of the Week

Want to know what grabbed our readers' attention this week? Here are our top 5 most-read stories: 1. Time to Celebrate: Lights festival and Christmas...

Police searching for Sarnia man last seen along waterfront

Journal staff Sarnia Police are asking for the public's assistance in locating 40-year-old Trevor Morley, who was last seen on Tuesday, November 22, 2022, in the...

SARNIA-LAMBTON VOTES: The Journal’s election day coverage

Journal staff It's election day in municipalities across Ontario! The Sarnia Journal will be providing updated election day coverage as voters cast their ballots across Sarnia-Lambton. Be...

Theatre Sarnia to stage ‘War of the Worlds’

Orson Welles' ‘War of the Worlds’ is coming to Theatre Sarnia's stage but with a big dose of humour and music that lightens the...

‘Workforce Week’ underway at Lambton College

Journal staff Lambton College's week-long employment extravaganza kicked off Monday, and will include a ‘Mega job fair’ featuring more than 85 employers this week. The ‘Workforce...

Aamjiwnaang artist unveils ‘Ojibwe Spirit’ mural at Shell refinery

Tara Jeffrey John Williams says he hopes his large-scale artwork unveiled this week at Shell’s Corunna refinery will inspire residents to find their way home. “Not...

Young lacrosse star to play for Ontario at nationals

Tara Jeffrey Noal Grondin says he was shocked when he got the call. “I honestly didn’t think I was going to make it,” the 12-year-old lacrosse...

Diabetes Fair offers free health checks, presentations

Tara Jeffrey Officials at the Rapids Family Health Team are hoping to draw a big crowd to an upcoming Diabetes Health Fair in Sarnia. “We want...

Growing ‘little libraries’ shows you can’t overdue books

Cathy Dobson In just a few short weeks, Lauren Davidson says her Little Free Library has made a big impact. Not only does the colourful wooden...

Sale of Holmes Foundry lands now complete

Journal Staff The sale of the former Holmes Foundry lands in Point Edward is now final. South Coast Developments Limited has purchased the 16-acre (6.5 hectare)...