Dr. Larry Soden, a dentist with nearly 40 years of experience serving Sarnia patients, remembers when he was growing up, playing with a neighbour friend who happened to be disabled.
Author Archives: J.D. Booth
J.D. Booth, our Publisher/Editor, has extensive experience in journalism and corporate communications. A resident of the Sarnia area since 1985, he has worked in industry and media. He was the founding editor and principal writer for a business oriented magazine between 2002 and 2006.
Community leaders invited to an update on the Lambton College strategic plan had the opportunity to see just how much progress is being made about halfway through the 2012-2018 period.
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so-called RBC #2 facility adjoining the College and the ice surface facility that hosts the Sarnia Sting, has formally withdrawn its interest.
The original span of the Blue Water Bridge crossing Point Edward and Port Huron, Mich., will be closed for a complete resurfacing and waterproof undercoating starting April 2015 with an expected finish date by July 1, 2015.
Peacefully and surrounded by her family at Bluewater Health on Monday January 19, 2015 BESSIE MARIE (DIONNE) NICKELS age 89 of Sarnia.
SABOURIN, Irene Blanche – At Marshall Gowland Manor, with family by her side, Irene Sabourin (Fangeat) died on Tuesday, January 20, 2015 at the age of 92.
Peacefully, surrounded by her family at her home, Florance “Irene” Williams passed away on Sunday, January 18, 2015, at the age of 73.
The local body currently overseeing the operations of Blue Water Bridge Canada is expected to disappear, likely within a month or so, says the chair of the current federal Crown corporation.
Mike Kelch is hoping his colleagues on Sarnia City Council will agree that more frequent reporting is necessary to avoid what has become a perennial “surprise” at the end of the year.