A fundraiser held in honour of a slain school teacher has raised about $67,000 in its third year, say organizers.
Brad Duguid, Ontario’s minister responsible for accessibility, says the province is moving forward on a program that would rate buildings on how accessible they are to everyone.
Approximately 144 golfers will be teeing up for charity next Tuesday as the Libro Credit Union hosts its 9th annual Charity Golf Tournament at the Sarnia Golf and Curling Club.
- Sarnia Police warning residents to be cautious
- SCITS team scans entire collection of past yearbooks as ‘centennial project’
- Tours of Lambton’s Past: The Northeast Route
- Sarnia Police say three individuals face charges in connection with stabbing incident
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- Bluewater Power fined $120k in connection with 2012 worker death
A trio of talented boxers from Tim Taylor’s River City Boxing Gym fought valiantly last weekend at the Golden Gloves boxing tournament in Mississauga May 22 to Sunday May 24 to bring two golds and a bronze medal to Sarnia.
35th VNEA World Championships. The 35th annual VNEA World Pool championships at Bally’s is in the final stages of the event and Sarnia is shaking things up.
Northern Institute and Vocational School experienced a very exciting day yesterday as the entire school made their way out to the track for Vikes on Trikes!
Two students – one from St. Patrick’s Catholic High School in Sarnia and one from Ursuline College in Chatham – have been elected to the position of Student Trustee for the St.
Sarnia Police say they have obtained an arrest warrant for a fourth person alleged to have been involved in an incident on Cameron Street, in which a homeowner was stabbed.
Breathing is a necessary task that most of us don’t really think about, but for people with cystic fibrosis it is something they struggle with every day.
June 1-7, 2015 is Sun Awareness Week in Canada and while most people think to protect themselves from sunburn they often forget to protect themselves from the heat.
A local “Battle of the Bands” organized by Indiefest is once again set to take place this Saturday at Rustic, the former Campbell Street Station, says organizer and founder David Burrows.
Opening Segment: Petrolia Soccer Club 2nd annual Duc D’Orleans cruise with local band “Power House”.
Bluewater Power was fined $120,000 in Sarnia court on Monday after pleading guilty to charges laid after the death of a worker in 2012.
Peter Smith, a professional engineer and scientist, will carry the Green Party of Canada banner for Sarnia-Lambton in the next federal election.
The Poverty Reduction Network of Sarnia hopes to open the eyes of local residence to the issue of poverty across Canada, and in our community.
The Original Rack n Roll Pool League As the fall 8-ball pool league put on by The Original Rack n Roll league has come to a close, The summer league is getting ready to start.