Sarnia Police responded to 135 calls for service during the last weekend of March 2015.
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 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.
Opening Segment: Thank you to Lynn Bantam for the Kenny Rogers gift!
The Original Rack n Roll Pool League For information on The Rack n Roll pool league, contact Paul Maedel at 519-333-9990 THE “ORIGINAL” RACK~N~ROLL MON.
Sarnia Police are reaching out to the public for assistance in their investigation of a pair of break and enter incidents that occurred earlier this month in the 700 and 800 block of Philip St.
ERIE, PA – The Sarnia Sting took Game 1 of the Western Conference Quarter-finals in front of 3,132 fans at the Erie Insurance Arena on Thursday night.
Bluewater Power CEO Janice McMichael-Dennis says work to replace nearly 3,500 Smart meters by a deadline imposed by the Electrical Safety Authority in January has gone “exceptionally well.” Work of the magnitude imagined would, under normal circumstances, take a lot longer, perhaps up to a year and a half.
A three-month project to completely replace the road surface on the original span of the Blue Water Bridge between Point Edward and Port Huron, Mich., will begin Sunday with the diversion of both directions of traffic to the southerly span, say officials.
The people of Sarnia Lambton had better get their taste buds ready at the Lambton College Event Centre this Saturday.
A daffodil is a symbol of strength and courage especially when it comes the the fight against cancer.
Brian and Jessi White are hoping this Sunday’s second annual Trek for Tourette will help raise awareness and contribute toward treatment options for one of their two children who has been diagnosed with Tourette Syndrome, a neurological disorder that affects about 1% of Canadians.