The original Rack n Roll 8-ball league stats for week 11 & 12 Sarnia Summer 8-ball fun league

The original Rack n Roll 8-ball league stats for week 11 & 12

For more information on the league, contact Paul Maedel at 519-333-9990       THE “ORIGINAL” RACK~N~ROLL     MON. NIGHT 8 BALL LEAGUE     TEAM STANDINGS AFTER WEEK 11 DEC 15/14                                   A HOME BAR TEAM NAME […]

read more
Sarnia firefighters will get 3% annual pay hike Sarnia Fire and Rescue

Sarnia firefighters will get 3% annual pay hike

Sarnia City Council, after initially rejecting a new contract deal with 125 firefighters, has said yes to a three-year deal that is already a year old. Firefighters will receive an automatic 3% increase, retroactive to January 1, 2014 (1.5% that took effect on that day, another 1.5% that kicked in July 1, 2014). New Year’s […]

read more
Public gets first glimpse of developers’ vision for SGH property Jane Cooper, Sarnia's director of planning and building, spoke on Wednesday night at a meeting designed to begin public discussion about a proposed redevelopment of the former Sarnia General Hospital site.

Public gets first glimpse of developers’ vision for SGH property

While much of the  details are still very much open for discussion, five local developers who hope to transform the former Sarnia General Hospital property on Mitton Street got their chance to at least present some very healthy hints as to what they have in mind if they are able to get zoning approvals for the purchase. […]

read more
Lambton County gets new community brand—Discoveries That Matter DTMLC-CMYK-AW

Lambton County gets new community brand—Discoveries That Matter

It may have been a two-year process, but the unveiling of the Discoveries That Matter tagline and logo at the Lambton College Event Centre promises to be just the beginning of an effort by what is being called a grassroots branding effort. The imagery, said John Elliott, chief operating officer of Blue Water Bridge Canada, will […]

read more

Sarnia

Family of man missing for two years hoping to locate him

Donald Feddes

About a year after they first began looking, Sarnia Police say they are hoping members of the public will be able to help them locate a man who has been missing for nearly two years. Donald Feddes, 57, has not been seen or heard from by his family. In the past, Feddes was working as […]

Dec 19, 2014 15:49

Lambton County

New water quality agreement for Great Lakes now in effect

The Canada-Ontario Agreement on Great Lakes Water Quality and Ecosystem Health (COA), a partnership between the federal and provincial government, took effect December 18. Pat Davidson, Sarnia-Lambton Member of Parliament, said the agreement establishes an action plan to restore, protect and conserve the Great Lakes over the next five years. “The Great Lakes are vitally […]

Dec 22, 2014 11:44

Arts/Entertainment/Culture

THE SHOW: The Entertainment Scene, In The Community, Special Events, Episode #163

The Show with David Burrows #163

Recap: Finding Christmas a grand success! The Entertainment Scene: Local blues band Lit’l Chicago prepares for a SOLD OUT show at Jack Doyle’s. A fun interview and an explanation of what keeps these talented musicians playing. In The Community: Laura Persichetti returns to update us on ‘The Good Deeds Project” and her experiences from her […]

Dec 17, 2014 8:00

Sports

Sarnia Legionnaires lose 7-4 against Leamington Flyers

_SARlegionnaires_medium

By Dan McCaffery The Sarnia Legionnaires lost 7-4 in Leamington Sunday to drop their won-lost record to 22-10 heading into the Christmas break. On the bright side, Ryan Vendramin scored two goals and an assist for the Legionnaires. That gives him an impressive 25 points in just 21 games. Tyler Longo scored his third of the campaign […]

Dec 22, 2014 10:32

Recent Articles

THE SHOW: The Entertainment Scene, In The Community, Special Events, Episode #163

The Show with David Burrows #163

Recap: Finding Christmas a grand success! The Entertainment Scene: Local blues band Lit’l Chicago prepares for a SOLD OUT show at Jack Doyle’s. A fun interview and an explanation of what keeps these talented musicians playing. In The Community: Laura Persichetti returns to update us on ‘The Good Deeds Project” and her experiences from her […]

THE SHOW: The Entertainment Scene, In The Community, Special Events, Episode #162

Local Blues group 'Dressed To Kill'

The Show with David Burrows #162 Recap: Bobnoxious SOLD OUT at Liquid Johnny’s. Sarnia Kinsmen parade attracts 1000′s The Entertainment Scene: Local blues group ‘Dressed To Kill’ talk about their musical vision and passion for music. In The Community: Myles Vanni shares details about an upcoming food drive for The Inn of the Good Shepherd at […]

New water quality agreement for Great Lakes now in effect

The Canada-Ontario Agreement on Great Lakes Water Quality and Ecosystem Health (COA), a partnership between the federal and provincial government, took effect December 18. Pat Davidson, Sarnia-Lambton Member of Parliament, said the agreement establishes an action plan to restore, protect and conserve the Great Lakes over the next five years. “The Great Lakes are vitally […]

Lambton County gets credit rating upgrade

The County of Lambton’s credit rating, as assessed by financial research and analysis company Standard & Poor’s (S&P), has been upgraded to ‘AA-/Stable’. In a recently released research update, S&P said the County’s rating was upgraded from ‘A+/Stable’ as a result of its improved budgetary performance and gradually declining debt burden. “The County is committed […]

Sarnia Legionnaires lose 7-4 against Leamington Flyers

_SARlegionnaires_medium

By Dan McCaffery The Sarnia Legionnaires lost 7-4 in Leamington Sunday to drop their won-lost record to 22-10 heading into the Christmas break. On the bright side, Ryan Vendramin scored two goals and an assist for the Legionnaires. That gives him an impressive 25 points in just 21 games. Tyler Longo scored his third of the campaign […]

Lambton Shores Predators give Sarnia Legionnaires a Saturday slap

By Dan McCaffery The Lambton Shores Predators embarrassed the Sarnia Legionnaires 5-2 Saturday in a Western Jr. ‘B’ hockey game played at Forest. “That was our worst game of the year, we stunk from start to finish,” head coach Dan Rose said afterward.   It was the first of five consecutive road games for the Legionnaires. The […]

The original Rack n Roll 8-ball league stats for week 11 & 12

Sarnia Summer 8-ball fun league

For more information on the league, contact Paul Maedel at 519-333-9990       THE “ORIGINAL” RACK~N~ROLL     MON. NIGHT 8 BALL LEAGUE     TEAM STANDINGS AFTER WEEK 11 DEC 15/14                                   A HOME BAR TEAM NAME […]

Family of man missing for two years hoping to locate him

Donald Feddes

About a year after they first began looking, Sarnia Police say they are hoping members of the public will be able to help them locate a man who has been missing for nearly two years. Donald Feddes, 57, has not been seen or heard from by his family. In the past, Feddes was working as […]

Sarnia firefighters will get 3% annual pay hike

Sarnia Fire and Rescue

Sarnia City Council, after initially rejecting a new contract deal with 125 firefighters, has said yes to a three-year deal that is already a year old. Firefighters will receive an automatic 3% increase, retroactive to January 1, 2014 (1.5% that took effect on that day, another 1.5% that kicked in July 1, 2014). New Year’s […]

Public gets first glimpse of developers’ vision for SGH property

Jane Cooper, Sarnia's director of planning and building, spoke on Wednesday night at a meeting designed to begin public discussion about a proposed redevelopment of the former Sarnia General Hospital site.

While much of the  details are still very much open for discussion, five local developers who hope to transform the former Sarnia General Hospital property on Mitton Street got their chance to at least present some very healthy hints as to what they have in mind if they are able to get zoning approvals for the purchase. […]

Lambton County gets new community brand—Discoveries That Matter

DTMLC-CMYK-AW

It may have been a two-year process, but the unveiling of the Discoveries That Matter tagline and logo at the Lambton College Event Centre promises to be just the beginning of an effort by what is being called a grassroots branding effort. The imagery, said John Elliott, chief operating officer of Blue Water Bridge Canada, will […]

Rotary Club of Sarnia Bluewaterland celebrates 24 years

rotary bluewater land

The Rotary Club of Sarnia Bluewaterland was chartered 24 years ago today (December 17, 1990) and members of the Club, which meets at 7 a.m. Wednesdays at the Sarnia Golf & Curling Club, celebrated that fact this morning with a photo. Pictured (from left) are charter members Don Waters, Tim Fletcher, Jean Cowper, Henry Kulik […]