Sarnia Police responded to 168 calls for service during the first weekend of May.
It’s fun, good exercise and a great way to get outdoors.
Some exhausted, and excited students of Northern Institute and Vocational School will be up bright and early this Thursday morning in order to catch their coach bus to New York City.
- ‘And the winner is . . . Sarnia!’
- Sarnia embraces ‘Silly Walks’ as tribute to upcoming Spamalot
- Suspect being sought in alleged phone grab
- Bluewater Health welcomes two new emergency physicians
- Canadian Blood Services closing permanent clinic at Bayside Mall
- Next week is the 16th Annual Seniors Information Fair!
The City of Sarnia seems to have gotten over the sticker shock associated with spending some $7 million to rehabilitate Centennial Park as part of a process that began some two years ago and won’t be finished until 2016.
This past weekend proved to be an exciting one for local authors all across Canada as they got together in order to take part in Authors for Indies Day.
SWIFF (South West International Film Festival) promises to bring not just a slate of interesting and challenging movies to Sarnia’s Imperial Theater with the chance to chat to their directors and performers, but opportunities for all the community to take part in four specially created workshops on different aspects of the film industry at the Judith and Norman Alix Gallery.
Spectators enjoyed a balmy day of thrills and a few spills in the Hiawatha Horse Park car park this past Friday and Saturday (May 1 and 2) as teams competed passionately for the honors.
Close to 100 players showed up for the annual Sarnia Legionnaires spring mini-camp over the weekend.
The Original Rack n Roll Pool League For more information on the pool league contact Paul Maedel at 519-333-9990 THE “ORIGINAL” RACK~N~ROLL MON.
Hunger Awareness week ( May 5 – 9) is a growing movement to raise awareness about the solvable problem of Hunger in Canada.
Two people accused of the murder of Noelle Paquette, a Sarnia school teacher who was last seen alive on New Year’s Eve 2012, will be tried in Windsor, a judge has ruled.
Enbridge Eastern Region employees Ken Hall and Cathy Fabbri were part of a team of that got together Thursday to plant trees at Coronation Park in Sarnia.
Vehicles parked on Sarnia city streets overnight won’t be ticketed beginning Friday.
The permanent blood donor clinic based in Sarnia’s Bayside Mall is closing June 1, 2015, with Canadian Blood Services citing a “steady decline in demand for blood products” as the reason for the closure.
Senior citizens of Sarnia Lambton are encouraged to attend next week’s 16th Annual Seniors Information Fair!
Dr. Lesley Cannon Bluewater Health has two new emergency physicians, one of whom has already started in the emergency department in Sarnia.