Archive for the ‘St. Clair’ Category

OPP still finding impaired drivers

  Two incidents of impaired driving, both occurring on Dec. 8, 2011, have been reported by Lambton OPP. In the first, around 2:30 a.m., a Ford pickup was stopped on Petrolia Line in the area of Waterworks Road. A 23-year-old driver was said to have twice the legal limit of alcohol in his blood. He […]

Ladders stolen in St. Clair Township

Lambton OPP say three ladders were stolen from a parked vehicle at the corner of Kimball Road and Courtright Line sometime Saturday. The Featherlight brand products included a 36-foot and 24-foot as well as a step ladder. No estimate of the loss is available.

Man charged with failure to provide breath sample at R.I.D.E. stop

A 43-year-old St. Clair Township man discovered that failing to provide a breath sample at a an OPP R.I.D.E. (Reduc Impaired Driving Everywhere) stop is in itself an offence. The checkpoint was held early Friday morning on Plank Road at Brigden. When police stopped a Dodge pickup truck, a conversation with the driver led to […]

Alvinston Flyers lose all three Junior “C” over the weekend


It was a weekend to forget for the Alvinston Flyers in Great Lakes Junior “C” Hockey League action. The Flyer lost their third in as many night on Sunday, falling 6-4 to Belle River before less than 200 fans at the Greenwood Recreation Centre in Petrolia. Earlier, Alvinston had bowed 4-2 to Kingsville on Saturday […]

OPP lay drunk driving charges

  Lambton OPP say two drivers face charges of drunk driving in separate incidents in recent days, one on Lyndoch Street in the area of Hill Street in Corunna, the other on St. Clair Parkway in the area of Emily Street in St. Clair Township. In the first incident, which occurred Thursday evening, a 50-year-old St Clair […]

Driver faces stunt driving charges for incident on Highway 40

Lambton OPP say an 18-year-old male driver has lost his vehicle and driving privileges for seven days as the result of a stop on Highway 40 this past Sunday evening (Nov. 13, 2011). The man will appear in a Sarnia court on Jan. 14, 2012 to answer to the charges of racing a motor vehicle.

Flags fly high with three victories over the weekend


Cody Schmidt broke a 2-2 tie just over four minutes remaining, lifting the Mooretown Flags to a 4-2 win over Kingsville on Sunday in Great Lakes Jr "C" Hockey League action. The road win by the Flags completed a perfect weekend for the downriver crew as they had edged Alvinston, 5-4 on Saturday and beaten […]

Updated: St. Clair Township offers subsidized FM alert system to residents, covering both sides of the border. Fire Chief to discuss system on TVCOGECO tonight (Wed., Oct. 26) at 7 pm

alert fm system

A radio system the Township of St. Clair is offering local residents should help with the effective notification of incidents, including weather and industrial mishaps, that might otherwise slip through as they have in the past, according to municipal officials. Mayor Steve Arnold, who also serves as Lambton County's warden, said he's hopeful that the […]

Lambton OPP are investigating assault, requesting assistance

  Lambton OPP say they are investigating an assault that had a 40-year-old Corunna man seeking medical attention at Bluewater Health for non life-threatening issues. The incident took place Sunday, October 23, 2011 between noon and 1 p.m.. in a variety store parking lot in the 300 block of Lyndoch Street. Police have arrested a […]

“Wright to the Point” airs tonight on TVCOGECO


The Executive Director of the United Way of Sarnia-Lambton, Dave Brown, will update viewers tonight (Wednesday, Oct. 19) on just how close the annual campaign is to reaching the $1 million mark when he makes an appearance on “Wright to the Point” on TVCOGECO. Sarnia Councillor Bev MacDougall will also come by to discuss a […]