Articles By: JD Booth

Matt Ball to appear at Sarnia Library Theatre on Nov. 16

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Matthew Ball, who was trained as a lawyer but is best known as a pianist (he has at least two million YouTube hits), will be appearing at the Sarnia Library theatre on Nov. 16 at 2 p.m.

Two suspects in garage mayhem sought by Sarnia Police


Sarnia Police area asking for the help in identifying two people they say entered an underground parking facility in the 300 block of Front Street yesterday (Oct. 24), allegedly damaging several vehicles by breaking their windows. The cars were rummaged through, with loose change taken, along with the automatic garage door openers. Two bikes were [...]

Sarnia Police lay charges in connection with two separate crashes, one involving bike

  A 22-year-old male cyclist riding his bike on St. Andrew St. was charged with not having a light on his bike and failing to stay to the right on a roadway after being hit by a 43-year-old driver Wednesday morning. After the incident, which occurred shortly after 7 a.m., the cyclist was transported to [...]

Nearly half of commercial vehicles stopped in area inspection taken off the road

  An inspection of some 16 commercial vehicles in the area, conducted Tuesday (Oct. 23) by a Joint Forces Operation involving Sarnia Police, Chatham-Kent Police, the OPP, Ministry of Finance and CN Police, resulted in seven of the vehicles taken off the road. Reasons cited were various defects, including incomplete daily trip inspections and non-compliant [...]

LSSAA Scoreboard, Tuesday, Oct. 23, 2012

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Input session planned by company writing transportation blueprint for Sarnia

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The firm hired to develop a Transportation Master Plan and Public Transit Master Plan for the city of Sarnia will be hosting a public information session on Tuesday, Nov. 6 at Sarnia Arena. The session, which will run from 4:30 p.m. to 7:30 p.m., is intended to gather public input, according to Don Drackley, the [...]

Inn of the Good Shepherd cash calendar promotion on the horizon

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Sarnia's Inn of the Good Shepherd is launching its second annual Holiday Cash Calendar, with 2,500 tickets being printed at a cost of $10 each. The one-month prize giveaway (31 days in January 2013) includes daily draw amounts that vary from $50, $250, $500, $800 and $1,000. Winning tickets are re-entered for future draws, which [...]

Motor boat stolen from Stag Island

  Lambton OPP say a tan-coloured aluminum 16-foot Starcraft motor boat has been stolen from Stag Island. The theft occurred sometime between 10 p.m. on Oct. 22 and 10 a.m. on Oct. 23, say police. There is no estimate on the loss.

TV stolen in Dawn-Euphemia township

Lambton OPP say a 42-inch Panasonic flat screen TV worth $900 was taken from a residence in the 4000 block of Edys Mills Line in Dawn-Euphemia Township on Tuesday (Oct. 23). The theft occurred some time between 8 a.m. and 6 p.m. , with entry being made by damaging a door.

Local family health team honoured in Toronto


  The Central Lambton Family Health Team was presented with the Bright Lights Award at the annual conference of the Association of Family Health Teams of Ontario held earlier this week in Toronto. The award for “Improving Health for People with Mental Health Challenges” recognized the leadership, outstanding work and significant progress being made to improve [...]