Lambton Shield and the sponsors of the inaugural Mackenzie Volunteer Prize are getting ready to celebrate what it means to give of the time, energy and enthusiasm displayed by so many of our friends and neighbours in our community.
The creation of Earth Day in 1970 was said to be “one of the most remarkable happenings in the history of democracy,” according the October issue of the American Heritage Magazine in 1993.
Three local boxers, Dylan Taylor, Ryan Huggett and Blake Loxton put on impressive performances on Saturday night at the Spring Bash promoted by Syd Vanderpool and overseen by the OBA to a packed crowd at the Legend Muay Thai Gym in Kitchener.
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The Sarnia Home Show is back. And visitors as well as exhibitors are loving it.
The Original Rack n Roll Pool League For more information about the pool league contact Paul Maedel at 519-333-9990 THE “ORIGINAL” RACK~N~ROLL 8 BALL LEAGUES TUES.
Sarnia’s Dante Club will receive $50,000 from the Federal Government’s Enabling Accessibility Fund, money earmarked for the installation of an elevator to access the London Road facilities second floor.
Mark Davis has been named the new head coach of the Sarnia Legionnaires.
Sarnia Police responded to 155 calls for service over the past weekend.
Sumo wrestling was one activity offered at Jack.org Lambton College’s second annual Fun Day on Thursday, April 16.
Music and drama students of Northern Institute and Vocational School were given the opportunity to experience the arts in a more natural form by attending a performance of the classic play Oklahoma!
A man being sought by Sarnia Police in connection with a hit-and-run incident last August was arrested at about 1 p.m.
The Sarnia Police Service is attempting to locate a 38 year old man wanted in relation to a collision that took place August 25, 2014.
Health Care category winner Vicki Emery with J.D. Booth of Lambton Shield A Wednesday evening celebration and recognition of volunteers and volunteerism in Lambton County saw a local school counsellor who created and runs a no-cost lacrosse program be singled out for the top Mackenzie Volunteer Prize—a $2,000 contribution to his organization.
Death is the only part of life that is completely unavoidable and that’s why it’s important that people are prepared for it.
OPINION/ANALYSIS By DAVID LAVENDER The recent collapse of the proposal to develop the former SGH site appears to be a sad commentary on the ability of all parties to come to a reasonable agreement to achieve a benefit for all concerned.
Opening Segment: A gift from Valerie MacGregor-Rempel A visit to The Sarnia Pop Culture Show The Entertainment Scene: 8th Annual Record Store Day is returning to Cheeky Monkey in Sarnia.
Sarnia Police are releasing surveillance video and a photo in an attempt to identify a suspect involved in break and enters.