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Holding the seat for Havlik

Whenever she’s ready to come back, her seat will be waiting. Petrolia Town Council has decided to “hold the chair” for Councilor Helen Havlik. The councilor has not attended a council meeting since Aug. 14 after having a stroke.  Mayor John McCharles says Havlik is now at home and doing much better. Councilors Tim Brown… Read more »

Two homes evacuated during Inwood gas leak

There were a few tense moments in Inwood after construction crews hit a gas line. Contractors have been renovating the Inwood Library since July. On Sept. 25, as workers were preparing the ground outside the building, a backhoe struck a gas line. Bill Epp, who lives two doors down, was asked to leave his home… Read more »

LCCVI’s Darrach claims golf title

An LCCVI Grade 11 student is one of the first championship winners of the school year. Marlee Darrach, 15, took the women’s LSSAA Golf Championship at Sawmill Creek recently. It was Darrach’s first appearance in a championship event. ‘I was nervous, very nervous at first,” she says noting she wasn’t alone since all but one… Read more »

Local food bank could feel pressure from Sarnia funding cuts

Food bank use is likely to rise across Lambton County because of funding problems at Sarnia’s Inn of the Good Shepherd according a local agency. The Inn says in April, the province will cut about $180,000 from the agencies funding. That could mean up to 250 families would not receive help for rent and utilities,… Read more »