Craig Cardiff happy to be returning to Sarnia for Dec. 12 concert Craig_Cardiff_performs_at_The_Albion_Hotel_in_Guelph,_Ontario._Photo_by_Adam_M._Dee_of_Subtle_Solace_Photo_&_Fine_Arts_(@SubtleSolaceArt).

Craig Cardiff happy to be returning to Sarnia for Dec. 12 concert

Craig Cardiff’s final song in his upcoming December 12 concert at the Story in downtown Sarnia will almost certainly be one that he’s become somewhat famous for—”When People Go.” But that’s maybe getting a bit ahead of things, since the Waterloo-born singer/composer, who now lives in Arnprior, will be singing lots before he gets to that point […]

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New local clinic will make it easier, faster for men facing prostate cancer to receive care Prostate_Cancer_Clinic_Team

New local clinic will make it easier, faster for men facing prostate cancer to receive care

Bluewater Health is hoping its new prostate services clinic will help men and their families who are facing prostate cancer receive better coordinated care and improved access to specialists. Officially launched Friday afternoon, the clinic, which is already in operation through the Sarnia site’s Ambulatory Care department, was set up in cooperation with urologists Dr. […]

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Sarnia Sting defeat Saginaw Spirit, 3-1 sting saginaw

Sarnia Sting defeat Saginaw Spirit, 3-1

By DAVE BORODY SAGINAW, Mich. – Backed by the solid goaltending of Taylor Dupuis, the Sarnia Sting posted a 3-1 win over the Saginaw Spirit Wednesday night in front of 2,352 fans at the Dow Event Centre. The win was the second in as many games against Saginaw, while the Sting have now won three […]

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Sarnia Lions Club putting ‘pedal to the metal’ to anti-drug program for schools lions club.upg

Sarnia Lions Club putting ‘pedal to the metal’ to anti-drug program for schools

Sarnia Lions Club has been a key contributor to Racing Against Drugs, a program offered annually to more than 1,000 Grade 5 students in Lambton County by Lambton Drug Awareness Action Committee.  The Lions Club recently donated $1,000 to Lambton Drug Awareness to help offset costs and to ensure the program’s future. At the controls […]

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Sarnia

New local clinic will make it easier, faster for men facing prostate cancer to receive care

Prostate_Cancer_Clinic_Team

Bluewater Health is hoping its new prostate services clinic will help men and their families who are facing prostate cancer receive better coordinated care and improved access to specialists. Officially launched Friday afternoon, the clinic, which is already in operation through the Sarnia site’s Ambulatory Care department, was set up in cooperation with urologists Dr. […]

Nov 28, 2014 16:19

Lambton County

Lambton County looking for ‘expressions of interest’ for affordable housing projects

The County of Lambton is calling for Expressions of Interest to Develop Affordable Housing, an initiative that will assist with increasing the supply of local rental housing for households on, or eligible to be on, social housing wait lists. Responses to the Expression of Interest will be considered for funding opportunities through the Canada-Ontario Investment […]

Nov 26, 2014 11:44

Arts/Entertainment/Culture

Craig Cardiff happy to be returning to Sarnia for Dec. 12 concert

Craig_Cardiff_performs_at_The_Albion_Hotel_in_Guelph,_Ontario._Photo_by_Adam_M._Dee_of_Subtle_Solace_Photo_&_Fine_Arts_(@SubtleSolaceArt).

Craig Cardiff’s final song in his upcoming December 12 concert at the Story in downtown Sarnia will almost certainly be one that he’s become somewhat famous for—”When People Go.” But that’s maybe getting a bit ahead of things, since the Waterloo-born singer/composer, who now lives in Arnprior, will be singing lots before he gets to that point […]

Nov 28, 2014 17:34

Sports

Sarnia Sting defeat Saginaw Spirit, 3-1

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By DAVE BORODY SAGINAW, Mich. – Backed by the solid goaltending of Taylor Dupuis, the Sarnia Sting posted a 3-1 win over the Saginaw Spirit Wednesday night in front of 2,352 fans at the Dow Event Centre. The win was the second in as many games against Saginaw, while the Sting have now won three […]

Nov 28, 2014 14:10

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THE SHOW: The Entertainment Scene, In The Community, Special Events, Episode #159

The Show with David Burrows #159

Intro: Comedy Hypnotist Robert Maxwell a BIG hit!Williams Pastry delivers some Christmas treats!The Entertainment Scene:A Christmas Carol director Anthony Fracalanza shares details of the classic tale to be performed on stage starting Nov. 21st at The Imperial Theatre Sarnia. www.imperialtheatre.net In The Community: The 2nd annual Harmony For Youth Charity Gala will be held at Boston […]

‘Volunteer Toll’ program on again this weekend in support of efforts to control drunk driving

Natalie Andrews, who heads the Sarnia-Lambton chapter of MADD—Mothers Against Drunk Driving—is herself a victim of a drunk driving incident.

In a program that began in Sarnia-Lambton and has spread throughout the Mothers Against Drunk Driving network, the annual “Volunteer Toll” program to raise funds for awareness and support toward the issue of drunk driving is being held this weekend. Volunteers from MADD as well as police officers, plus students from Lambton College involved in fire […]

Craig Cardiff happy to be returning to Sarnia for Dec. 12 concert

Craig_Cardiff_performs_at_The_Albion_Hotel_in_Guelph,_Ontario._Photo_by_Adam_M._Dee_of_Subtle_Solace_Photo_&_Fine_Arts_(@SubtleSolaceArt).

Craig Cardiff’s final song in his upcoming December 12 concert at the Story in downtown Sarnia will almost certainly be one that he’s become somewhat famous for—”When People Go.” But that’s maybe getting a bit ahead of things, since the Waterloo-born singer/composer, who now lives in Arnprior, will be singing lots before he gets to that point […]

New local clinic will make it easier, faster for men facing prostate cancer to receive care

Prostate_Cancer_Clinic_Team

Bluewater Health is hoping its new prostate services clinic will help men and their families who are facing prostate cancer receive better coordinated care and improved access to specialists. Officially launched Friday afternoon, the clinic, which is already in operation through the Sarnia site’s Ambulatory Care department, was set up in cooperation with urologists Dr. […]

Sarnia Sting defeat Saginaw Spirit, 3-1

sting saginaw

By DAVE BORODY SAGINAW, Mich. – Backed by the solid goaltending of Taylor Dupuis, the Sarnia Sting posted a 3-1 win over the Saginaw Spirit Wednesday night in front of 2,352 fans at the Dow Event Centre. The win was the second in as many games against Saginaw, while the Sting have now won three […]

Sarnia Lions Club putting ‘pedal to the metal’ to anti-drug program for schools

lions club.upg

Sarnia Lions Club has been a key contributor to Racing Against Drugs, a program offered annually to more than 1,000 Grade 5 students in Lambton County by Lambton Drug Awareness Action Committee.  The Lions Club recently donated $1,000 to Lambton Drug Awareness to help offset costs and to ensure the program’s future. At the controls […]

Officers will be gathering food for the Inn of the Good Shepherd this Saturday

Sarnia Police officers are hoping to exceed the 1,681 pounds of food collected last year when they bring a cruiser to Wal-Mart and Zehr's Super Centre this Saturday.

Sarnia Police are holding their second “Cops for Cans” event this Saturday, November 29, 2014 at the  Wal-Mart on Quinn Drive and at Zehrs Super Centre on London Road. The event will take place from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. A Sarnia Police cruiser will be parked in each lot with the emergency lights on so it […]

Woman claiming attack now faces charge of mischief after admitting she had lied

Sarnia Police say they have laid a charge of public mischief against a 25-year-old woman who had claimed earlier this week she was attacked in a commercial alleyway near the intersection of Kathleen Avenue and East Street but later admitted she had fabricated the entire incident. The alleged incident was purportedly to have occurred Monday night (November […]

Second individual faces animal cruelty charges

A second person now faces charges related to the discovery on October 19 of a small dog found in a dumpster on Colborne Road. The dog had been in the dumpster for several days and due to the severe injuries sustained had to be euthanized. On November 18, a 22-year-old man had been charged with […]

Twin Lakes Terrace residents celebrate Mickey and Minnie’s 86th birthday

Twin Lakes Terrace residents are seen here donning Mickey Mouse ears during a November 18 celebrating Mickey's birthday.

  By DERON HAMEL Mickey and Minnie Mouse made their cartoon debut on November 18, 1928 in the famous Walt Disney-directed short film Steamboat Willie, so to celebrate the world’s most famous mouse couple’s 86th anniversary Twin Lakes Terrace hosted a celebration.Residents, along with life enrichment manager Christine McEwen and other staff members, dressed up […]

Sarnia Legionnaires put a little shade on red hot Chatham Maroons, winning 6-5

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By DAN McCAFFERY The Sarnia Legionnaires got a late goal from rookie rearguard Jake O’Donnell Thursday to shade the red hot Chatham Maroons 6-5. Going into the contest, which was played before more than 1,200 fans at the Brock Street barn, Chatham had won nine of 10 games. With the win, second place Sarnia moved within six […]

Rack n Roll Stats week 8 & 9

Rack n Roll Pool League

The Original Rack n Roll pool league now in week 8 for the mens league and week 9 for the ladies league. For more information contact Paul Maedel at 519-333-9990       THE “ORIGINAL” RACK~N~ROLL     MON. NIGHT 8 BALL LEAGUE     TEAM STANDINGS AFTER WEEK 8 NOV 24/14       […]