Thank you . . . thank you very much . . . and BE SAFE tonight! elvis

Thank you . . . thank you very much . . . and BE SAFE tonight!

Bright’s Grove residents Brian and Betty Richardson were heading to Sarnia to hand out candy at their son and daughter-in-law’s home while Mom and Dad went door-to-door with the grandchildren Friday night. But “Elvis” and one of his “teen” fans stopped by for this quick photo before making the trip. Everyone—BE SAFE tonight!

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New Sarnia City Council to deal with potential tax hike of nearly 6% budget calcs

New Sarnia City Council to deal with potential tax hike of nearly 6%

Sarnia Mayor Mike Bradley calls the upcoming City budget one of the toughest he has seen, although he admits he’s made that assessment almost every year in recent history. But this year, City Council has quite a nut to crack in dealing with a nearly 6% total draft tax increase. The current Council will hear an overview […]

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Sarnia Sting unsaddle Barrie Colts in first of weekend away games Photo of Sting goaltender Taylor Dupuis courtesy www.sarniasting.com

Sarnia Sting unsaddle Barrie Colts in first of weekend away games

By DAVE BORODY BARRIE – Goalie Taylor Dupuis didn’t start things off well Thursday afternoon when he was late for the team bus going from the hotel to the Barrie Molson Centre. The head coach promptly fined him. But the overage netminder was first on the ice with a jump in his step and chomping […]

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Sarnia Sting get ready to face Barrie Colts tonight, Sudbury and North Bay this weekend Photo courtesy www.sarniasting.com

Sarnia Sting get ready to face Barrie Colts tonight, Sudbury and North Bay this weekend

Following two games at home last weekend, the Sting hit the road this afternoon for a 3-game northern road trip this weekend. The team will play five consecutive road games before returning to the RBC Centre on November 14 due to the U17 World Hockey Challenge being held in Sarnia this year. The Sting will be without […]

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Thank you . . . thank you very much . . . and BE SAFE tonight!

elvis

Bright’s Grove residents Brian and Betty Richardson were heading to Sarnia to hand out candy at their son and daughter-in-law’s home while Mom and Dad went door-to-door with the grandchildren Friday night. But “Elvis” and one of his “teen” fans stopped by for this quick photo before making the trip. Everyone—BE SAFE tonight!

Oct 31, 2014 17:05

Lambton County

Former Warden Steve Arnold says he will run again for top County spot

Councillor Steve Arnold - St Clair

Steve Arnold, the newly acclaimed Mayor of St. Clair Township says he plans to run a second time for Warden of Lambton County, a position to be vacated in December. The position, which is essentially the chair of Lambton County Council, is being vacated by current incumbent Todd Case, who has held the position for the […]

Oct 29, 2014 11:33

Arts/Entertainment/Culture

THE SHOW: The Entertainment Scene, In The Community, Special Events, Episode #156

The Show with David Burrows #156

The Show with David Burrows #156 Recap: Big Wreck, “BIG HIT”! Fiery Faces raises over $1200, Election 2014 The Entertainment Scene: Altar Boyz, coming soon to the Imperial Theatre, Director John Leverre, Along with Brent Wilkinson, Shawn Chapman and Jackie Burns give us a behind the scenes interview about the production. In The Community: Powerlifter […]

Oct 29, 2014 3:06

Sports

Sarnia Sting unsaddle Barrie Colts in first of weekend away games

Photo of Sting goaltender Taylor Dupuis courtesy www.sarniasting.com

By DAVE BORODY BARRIE – Goalie Taylor Dupuis didn’t start things off well Thursday afternoon when he was late for the team bus going from the hotel to the Barrie Molson Centre. The head coach promptly fined him. But the overage netminder was first on the ice with a jump in his step and chomping […]

Oct 31, 2014 16:47

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THE SHOW: The Entertainment Scene, In The Community, Special Events, Episode #156

The Show with David Burrows #156

The Show with David Burrows #156 Recap: Big Wreck, “BIG HIT”! Fiery Faces raises over $1200, Election 2014 The Entertainment Scene: Altar Boyz, coming soon to the Imperial Theatre, Director John Leverre, Along with Brent Wilkinson, Shawn Chapman and Jackie Burns give us a behind the scenes interview about the production. In The Community: Powerlifter […]

Thank you . . . thank you very much . . . and BE SAFE tonight!

elvis

Bright’s Grove residents Brian and Betty Richardson were heading to Sarnia to hand out candy at their son and daughter-in-law’s home while Mom and Dad went door-to-door with the grandchildren Friday night. But “Elvis” and one of his “teen” fans stopped by for this quick photo before making the trip. Everyone—BE SAFE tonight!

New Sarnia City Council to deal with potential tax hike of nearly 6%

budget calcs

Sarnia Mayor Mike Bradley calls the upcoming City budget one of the toughest he has seen, although he admits he’s made that assessment almost every year in recent history. But this year, City Council has quite a nut to crack in dealing with a nearly 6% total draft tax increase. The current Council will hear an overview […]

Sarnia Police add to charges in Alfred St. fire

sarnia fire

A Sarnia man now faces a second count of attempted murder along with the charges of aggravated assault, arson and flight from police that stem from a fire in a home on Alfred Street October 21. The accused, 38-year-old Peter Kupec, was in custody earlier today waiting for a bail hearing, said Sarnia Police. In […]

Sarnia Sting unsaddle Barrie Colts in first of weekend away games

Photo of Sting goaltender Taylor Dupuis courtesy www.sarniasting.com

By DAVE BORODY BARRIE – Goalie Taylor Dupuis didn’t start things off well Thursday afternoon when he was late for the team bus going from the hotel to the Barrie Molson Centre. The head coach promptly fined him. But the overage netminder was first on the ice with a jump in his step and chomping […]

Sarnia Sting get ready to face Barrie Colts tonight, Sudbury and North Bay this weekend

Photo courtesy www.sarniasting.com

Following two games at home last weekend, the Sting hit the road this afternoon for a 3-game northern road trip this weekend. The team will play five consecutive road games before returning to the RBC Centre on November 14 due to the U17 World Hockey Challenge being held in Sarnia this year. The Sting will be without […]

Small fire at Imperial Oil extinguished

imperial photo by brandon vale

A small fire in an electrical substation at Imperial Oil Wednesday had no impact on the overall operation of the site, says a company spokesperson. Jon Harding said the fire, which occurred at about 4:45 p.m., was extinguished quickly. An all-clear was issued at 5:18 p.m., with no injuries reported. Harding said there may be […]

‘Wright to the Point’ offers TVCOGECO subscribers first chance to see new Sarnia City Council members

wright to the point

The three newly elected members of Sarnia City Council made their debut on the TVCOGECO channel 6 “Wright to the Point” community access program Wednesday, October 29, hosted by Barry Wright. Top vote getters Brian White, Cindy Scholten and Matt Mitro were interviewed on the program, which runs at 7 p.m. Wright, who hosts the regular “Wright to […]

Lambton College opening its doors this Saturday

lambton college entrance

Anyone with even a passing interest in what Lambton College has to offer in the way of full-time or part-time studies will find this Saturday’s open house a wise use of their time. The 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. event is an ideal way of finding out what it’s like to be a Lambton College […]

City responds to concerns over sewage by-pass incidents raised by downriver communities

sarnia waste water

When the general manager of the Chatham-Kent Public Utilities Commission (CK PUC) heard concerns about the frequency of sewage being by-passed from treatment facilities directly into the St. Clair River, from which its members draw their drinking water, he was asked to go directly to the source. That resulted in Tom Kissner, general manager of […]

Former Warden Steve Arnold says he will run again for top County spot

Councillor Steve Arnold - St Clair

Steve Arnold, the newly acclaimed Mayor of St. Clair Township says he plans to run a second time for Warden of Lambton County, a position to be vacated in December. The position, which is essentially the chair of Lambton County Council, is being vacated by current incumbent Todd Case, who has held the position for the […]