Sarnia Police say they arrested a motorist from Ottawa in the early hours of Tuesday morning after he allegedly ran a red light and then attempted to evade a pursuing officer.
Sarnia Police are reminding residents to use caution when dealing with door to door solicitation after recent complaints about aggressive behaviour on the part of sales people.
Thursday marked an important day in Sarnia’s history—62 years since a powerful and deadly tornado struck the city in 1953.
- Local fighters going for Gold…
- Sarnia Mayor to meet with CN Rail officials
- Police looking for man accused of holding women at gunpoint
- Former Sarnia fire chief sentenced to five years in prison
- Sarnia Police warning residents to be cautious
- SCITS team scans entire collection of past yearbooks as ‘centennial project’
Several area gyms and spa facilities as well as Canatara Park and one local elementary school will be hosting a variation of Noelle’s Gift of Fitness this Saturday (May 23) an effort to raise funds to carry on the legacy of Noelle Paquette, the elementary school teacher who was murdered more than two years ago.
Great weather greeted bowlers on the holiday Monday as the Mott Memorial Tournament kicked off the new competitive season of bowling at the Sarnia Lawn Bowling Club.
Theatre Sarnia has won an “Elsie” for its production of “The Clean House” a Sarah Ruhl play that had already won regional honours in Owen Sound earlier this year.
David McPhail, a former teacher and principal perhaps best known for chairing the successful “Save the Jail” committee in Sarnia, will lead the Liberal Party in Sarnia-Lambton in the next federal election.
Sarnia Police responded to 225 calls for service during the Victoria Day weekend.
Last Friday was an important day for students in the Cooperative Education program at Northern Institute and Vocational School as it was their Career Fair!
The event on Fri. 5th – Sat. 6th June will be showcasing Ontario craft beers, together with live music, entertainments and a convivial atmosphere at Sarnia’s Bayside Centre, sharing the Saturday with the perennially popular Artwalk (6th-7th July).
A senior official of CN Rail will be meeting with Sarnia Mayor Mike Bradley tomorrow (Tuesday, May 19), the topic being CN’s response to several derailments that have occurred in the last few months.
Sarnia Police are continuing to investigate reports of an attempted robbery on Canatara Beach in the early hours of Monday.
A “surprise” declaration of dividends by Bluewater Power has wiped out a projected deficit by the City of Sarnia, the utility’s biggest shareholder.
The Federal Government is earmarking $150 million for projects that would help renovate, expand and rehabilitate existing infrastructure in communities across Canada, says local Member of Parliament Pat Davidson.
Lambton College’s award-winning Enactus team added two major titles to their growing repertoire of national awards.
A provincially program that allowed entrepreneurs to continue receiving employment benefits while they started a new business will no longer be funded.