Sarnia’s Fire Rescue Services has determined that Kenwick Place is no longer safe for residents to remain, at least for the next week.
The new owner of Bayside Centre in downtown Sarnia has bought up some five buildings in the area and has plans to purchase three more.
An early Sunday morning fire at a downtown commercial and residential complex has been deemed accidental by investigators from the Ontario Fire Marshal’s office.
- Major downtown apartment fire sends 16 to hospital, 2 with critical injuries
- Former Dow property comes full circle with plans by bio-tech firm to build
- Kenwick Place no longer safe for residents to remain
- Highway 402 eastbound stretch will be closed until Saturday
- Public school board may close SCITS
- Bradley re-issues ‘Challenge’ five years later
Sarnia-Lambton’s chapter of Habitat for Humanity is partnering with the County of Lambton for what officials from both hope to be a life-changing initiative that will help people stay in their homes and even create new places for people to live in the future.
As is the case with many things, the possible closure of one of Sarnia’s landmark schools—Sarnia Collegiate Institute & Technical School (SCITS)—it comes down to the numbers, in this case enrolment and finances.
Sarnia Police is advising that the eastbound lanes of Highway 402 from Christina/Front Street to Indian Road will be closed until Saturday morning (November 28), forcing eastbound traffic to be detoured along Exmouth Street, re-entering Highway 402 at Indian Road.
The United Way is nearing the 89% level of the campaign and we are hopeful we will have more industrial campaigns to wrap up within a week to 10 days.
—written by Carl Chimenti, www.sarniasting.com Pavel Zacha had a huge night as he continues to shine since his return from the New Jersey Devils training camp.
Investigators are still at work determining the exact cause of a fire that broke out about 1:30 a.m.
Goaltender Justin Fazio is on a roll, posting his second straight shut-out following a 7-0 white wash last Saturday night over the Guelph Storm.
Marilyn Gladu Sarnia-Lambton’s new Member of Parliament is taking on the role of Opposition critic for Science.
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 8 BALL LEAGUES TUES.
Five years after issuing a challenge to his fellow mayors to “Do the Right Thing” when it comes to hiring individuals with a disability, Sarnia’s Mike Bradley is at it again, delivering the keynote address at “Informing the Roadmap for Work Disability Policy in Canada” conference in Toronto on Friday.
In a game that featured an old-fashioned donnybrook, the Sarnia Legionnaires defeated the London Nationals 4-2 Thursday.
Lambton County Council has agreed to embark on a revitalization of its social housing properties throughout the area, setting aside some $4.2 million yearly for the purpose.
The Applied Research & Innovation department at Lambton College is hosting a series of industry breakfasts to increase awareness about research practices, funding opportunities and emerging technologies.