Articles By: JD Booth

Sarnia Sting lose to Oshawa Generals Friday night

Despite being outshot 39-14 on Friday night, the Sting deserved a better fate against the visiting Oshawa Generals. The Sting fell 3-2 against the Generals, who are ranked 4th in the CHL, in front of 2,482 fans at the RBC Centre. Prior to the game, the Sting unveiled their 50 Goal Club banner and paid […]

Sarnia Legionnaires edge out St. Marys Lincolns in 2-1 contest

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By DAN MCCAFFERY Goalie Hunter Johnson’s stellar performance Friday helped the Sarnia Legionnaires edge the St. Marys Lincolns 2-1. Johnson kicked out 33 shots, many of them of the difficult variety, to pick up his 11th win of the Western Jr. ‘B’ hockey season. “”Johnson played extremely well,” assistant coach Bob Farlow said. “He saved us. There were […]

Saunders, Judith, (Nov. 13, 2014)

It is with deeply saddened hearts that we announce the passing of Judith Saunders at Bluewater Health on Thursday, November 13, 2014, at the age of 70. Beloved wife of Gordon Saunders. Loving mother of Marjorie “Beth” Neal, Mike Ward (Laura Abra), and Rob Clelland (Suzy). Cherished grandmother of Adelia, Hannah, Hunter, Cole, Jesse and […]

Sarnia Police drug search results in four arrests, multiple charges

Sarnia Police say a drug search ate a residence in the 100 block of Mayfair Drive has resulted in the arrest of several people on a variety of charges, including possession for the purpose of trafficking and breaching undertaking and breaching probation. The search took place early on Thursday (November 13). During the search, seven […]

Seaway Sounds will perform as part of December’s First Friday at Cheeky Monkey

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By MARY ANNE PELOZA The sounds of the season will be filling the air during the December 5 First Friday at Cheeky Monkey, Sarnia’s downtown music, movies and more store. Along with Christmas and seasonal songs, the all female a cappella group, Seaway Sounds, will be performing favourite songs spanning the generations. Seaway Sounds has […]

Man killed in early morning tractor/car crash on Petrolia LIne

Lambton OPP have confirmed the identity of a man killed in a crash between a farm tractor and a car that occurred early Friday morning. Craig Moffat, a 45-year-old Petrolia resident, was killed in the 5:30 a.m. accident which occurred on Petrolia Line between Mandaumin Road and Fairweather Road. The driver of the farm tractor, […]

Remembrance Day in Sarnia—a photo gallery

Photos courtesy of David Burrows.

Pat Davidson will not stand for re-election as Member of Parliament

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Sarnia-Lambton Member of Parliament Pat Davidson has officially announced to her constituents that she won’t run for re-election in an election expected to take place in October 2015, opening the door to other Conservative candidates potentially vying for the seat. Davidson was first elected to Parliament in 2006, defeating at the time the incumbent MP Roger […]

Eager, John A., (Nov. 11, 2014)

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A special person in our lives, John Eager passed away peacefully at St. Joseph’s Hospice at the age of 87. Dearest husband of Marie Louise (Heathcote) Eager. John was born in Montreal to parents Norman and Adele Eager. The family settled in Hamilton when John was 12. He attended school there, and later Upper Canada […]

Lauwereys, Cindy, (Nov. 10, 2014)

LAUWEREYS, Cindy - of Wallaceburg, passed away on Monday, November 10, 2014 at the age of 55. Cindy was born in Wallaceburg and was a daughter of the late Joseph and Jeannette (Bernard) English. Beloved wife of Pat Lauwereys. Loving mother of Christina (Adam) Sheeler and Patrick “Mike” (Dayna) Lauwereys. Sadly missed by 4 grandchildren Jasmine, […]