Plympton-Wyoming council hopes to have beach access at the former Lamrecton Camp open to the public this summer. The United Church gave the municipality the beachfront land last fall saying it was no longer viable to run as a camp. Mayor Lonny Napper was excited by the prospect saying it is very rare for waterfront …Read More
Plympton-Wyoming would have to double its budget to make sure its roads are in good shape. That’s the finding of the consulting firm BM ...
The Sarnia Sting is coming to Petrolia. The OHL Club is bringing is Community Tour to the Greenwood Recreation Centre …Read More
Canadian hockey star Theo Fleury is bringing his motivational message to Petrolia. Fleury – formerly of the Calgary Flames, Colorado …Read More