The Sarnia Legionnaires are looking for a new head coach. Tom Knight, president of the Western Jr.
Pets are a big part of many peoples lives and this makes it all the more difficult to lose them, that’s why Robinson’s Veterinary Clinic hosted the second book signing for Audrey Stringer’s novel “Buddy’s Life Lessons: My Paw Prints on Grief and Loss” from 2:00 until 4:00 on Friday (March 27) afternoon.
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.
A quarterly industry magazine focused on the downstream energy market is calling Sarnia a “Petrochemical Paradise” in its March 2015 issue.
Take away three minutes early in the second period and the Sarnia Sting could have, and probably should have beaten the Erie Otters Sunday night.
Monday was Cancer Prevention and Awareness Day at Bluewater Health, with several events being held to highlight efforts throughout Ontario and in Sarnia-Lambton.
The news release from Sarnia Police today was titled “What Not to Bring to Court.” One might think the list of items members of the Court Security Branch have seized over the last year would be somewhat obvious.
Sarnia Police responded to 135 calls for service during the last weekend of March 2015.
Sarnia has definitely changed a lot since 1959, but one thing that seems to have stayed the same throughout the years is the union between several members of Northern’s graduating class of that time.
A Sarnia church that will be celebrating its 15 year anniversary later this year is kicking off what it calls a 40 day “Journey of Discovery” on Easter Sunday.
For Heather and Jeff Fields, starting a business like their Assista Property Services is more about “family” than just about anything else.
Sarnia’s Future Shop is among some 65 stores in the chain to close for a week as they rebrand as Best Buy, a sister brand.
Friday was one of the brightest nights of the year for nominees at the Sarnia Lambton Outstanding Business Achievement Awards (OBAA).
ERIE, PA – It was a battle from start to finish but the Sarnia Sting fell short against the CHL’s 5th ranked team on Friday night in front of 4,682 fans at the Erie Insurance Arena.
Northern High School showed off just how proud it is to be a part of such a culturally diverse community.
Opening Segment: Thank you to Lynn Bantam for the Kenny Rogers gift!