Sarnia Police responded to 135 calls for service over the past weekend.
It may be tough to fight City Hall but it’s also hard to argue with the tongue-in-cheek humour that goes along with having “Silly Walk” signs installed in downtown.
Thanks to the Citizens of Sarnia, the Sarnia Police Service was able to arrest a male party related to the Mac’s Milk robbery from April 24, 2015 at 299 Confederation St., Sarnia.
- Western Research Park becomes financially sustainable
- Hundreds show up for Clean-Up Day at Sarnia parks
- Sarnia Police asking for public’s help in identifying robbery suspect
- Sarnia embraces ‘Silly Walks’ as tribute to upcoming Spamalot
- Sarnia Police say media attention regarding convenience store heist results in arrest
- Emptyfest 7 – Music Festival
Young photographers of Sarnia Lambton are waiting patiently to see if they will be the winners of this year’s 6th Annual Photo Contest for Lambton County Teens.
The Original Rack n Roll Pool League For more information on The Original Rack n Roll Pool League contact Paul Maedel at 519-333-9990 THE “ORIGINAL” RACK~N~ROLL MON.
The Western Research Park Sarnia-Lambton has attained what it took its sister facility in London, both under the auspices of Western University, a quarter century to do.
Among the hundreds of Sarnia residents spread out in City parks Saturday morning were several at Rainbow Park, located just north of Imperial Oil’s loading facility on Christina Street South.
Sarnia Police are asking for the assistance of the public in identifying a man wanted for robbery.
Why not be one of hundreds of your fellow citizens who will “pitch in” this Saturday in a community-wide effort to clean Sarnia parks?
The people of Sarnia Lambton had better lace up their running shoes as this Sunday (April 26) will be the Mandarin MS walk.
Emptyfest 7 – Program Lineup Emptyfest is a three day, multi venue, indie-music festival featuring over 13 bands from across Ontario.
Tuesday April 21 had some students of Northern Institute and Vocational School proudly displaying their report cards and others hiding them from their parents.
“This world’s gone to the dogs!” a Rosewood Manor resident exclaims, describing rather accurately a special moment for a faithful volunteer.
Lambton OPP say they apprehended a 26-year-old Sarnia man on Tuesday after the suspect allegedly left the scene of a motor vehicle collision in the 6000 block of Confederation Line in Plympton-Wyoming.
The Lambton community office of the Canadian Cancer Society is looking a little more like spring after workplace students Nikki and Carlene along with Katie Morton (pictured centre) of Walmart Sarnia worked to celebrate Earth Day.
In only a few short years, Lambton College’s Power Engineering Technology – Chemical (PETC) program has managed to distinguish itself as an industry leader for its ability to produce 3rd Class qualified operators.