A weekend with over 100 calls for service didn’t hinder Lambton OPP from carrying out almost 20 Reduce Impaired Driving Everywhere (R.I.D.E.) programs throughout the county.
Lambton’s Medical Officer of Health has issued a COLD WEATHER ALERT for Lambton County based on the latest forecast from Environment Canada that predicts a temperature drop to -17°C tonight.
Terry Nyp, a born and raised Sarnia native and former local Conservative Party board director, has had his application for nomination contestant approved by both the Party’s local electoral district association and the National Party organization.
WINDSOR – When Josh Defarias was obtained by the Sarnia Sting at the OHL trade deadline, not too many people paid much attention.
Sarnia’s taxi operators are getting a raise in their authorized fees amounting to a 9.6% increase.
Bluewater Power has been ordered by the Ontario Electrical Safety Authority to remove some 3,500 smart meters from customers premises after a review that raises concerns the devices could pose a fire hazard if water enters the units.
Lambton College, once actively pursuing the possibility of acquiring the so-called RBC #2 facility adjoining the College and the ice surface facility that hosts the Sarnia Sting, has formally withdrawn its interest.
Complaints over the weekend about an alleged fraud involving an elderly area resident has prompted Lambton OPP to issue a reminder: stay away from making any financial agreements over the phone, Internet or any other method if they don’t personally know to whom they are speaking.
The Sarnia Police Service responded to 120 calls for service over the past weekend.
The Sarnia Legionnaires fell into third place in the Western Jr.
The Sarnia Sting dropped a 3-2 decision in overtime to the Windsor Spitfires, Saturday night in front of 3,108 fans at the RBC Centre.
LONDON – The Sarnia Sting come up short again against the London Knights.
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As the season goes on, the race for home-ice advantage in the playoffs gets closer and closer.
The Sarnia Legionnaires won a wild one at the Brock Street barn Thursday, dumping the London Nationals 7-5.
The long-rumoured change of ownership for the Sarnia Sting appears to be a go.