The Federal Government is earmarking $150 million for projects that would help renovate, expand and rehabilitate existing infrastructure in communities across Canada, says local Member of Parliament Pat Davidson.
The Original Rack n Roll Pool League A summer pool league is now forming.
Opening Segment: Exclusive interview with Comedian John Wing. Yuk Yuk’s returns to Nitelife Entertainment The Entertainment Scene: Petrolia Soccer Club President Don Harding talks about the clubs 2nd annual Duc D’Orleans event.
- Local fighters going for Gold…
- Sarnia Police warning residents to be cautious
- Sarnia Mayor to meet with CN Rail officials
- Police looking for man accused of holding women at gunpoint
- Former Sarnia fire chief sentenced to five years in prison
- SCITS team scans entire collection of past yearbooks as ‘centennial project’
Students of Northern Institute and Vocational School are getting out the nicest dresses and their finest suits for an exciting evening at their Senior Prom!
Sarnia Police are reminding residents to use caution when dealing with door to door solicitation after recent complaints about aggressive behaviour on the part of sales people.
Thursday marked an important day in Sarnia’s history—62 years since a powerful and deadly tornado struck the city in 1953.
Several area gyms and spa facilities as well as Canatara Park and one local elementary school will be hosting a variation of Noelle’s Gift of Fitness this Saturday (May 23) an effort to raise funds to carry on the legacy of Noelle Paquette, the elementary school teacher who was murdered more than two years ago.
Lambton College’s award-winning Enactus team added two major titles to their growing repertoire of national awards.
A provincially program that allowed entrepreneurs to continue receiving employment benefits while they started a new business will no longer be funded.
Sarnia’s former fire chief, 56-year-old Patrick Cayen, was sentenced to five years in prison on Friday.
Five Sarnia boxers from the Taylor Family’s River City Boxing Gym on Mitton Street will make the trip to Mississauga next weekend to compete in the 2015 Golden Gloves Tournament where they’ll be fighting alongside more than 120 other Ontario boxers for the coveted gold medals.
To most people Wednesday was nothing more than just May 13, but it is actually a lot more than that.
A 31-year-old Sarnia man who Sarnia Police had stopped Wednesday afternoon while he was riding a bicycle on Wellington Street near Wellington now faces several charges that followed the stop.
Opening Segment: Future Combat Stars – FCS? recap! Send in your photos of Sarnia-Lambton A chance to win tickets to see Arkells?
The Judith and Norman Alix Art Gallery has been singled out for an “Honourable Mention” in the Design Excellence category of the Ontario Association of Architects at the group’s “Celebration of Excellence” event last Friday (May 8).
According the the Heart and Stroke Foundation of Ontario nine out of every 10 Canadians is at risk of heart disease or stroke.
They weren’t kidding when their website said “Note for note, cut for cut.” And just like the 48-year-old album itself, that statement has two sides.
The Village of Point Edward will be hosting the FireFit Challenge on Mackinac Race weekend, July 18-19.
An Ontario Court judge has restored Michelle Parks to her position as a trustee with the St.
Last Tuesday proved to be an exciting evening for students of Northern Institute and Vocational School as they celebrated their annual Cafe Night.
Sarnia Police are continuing to investigate a stabbing which occurred Sunday morning and left a 60-year-old man being sent to London with non-life threatening injuries.
A 30-year-old intoxicated man, who would not listen to Sarnia Police when told to leave a residence in the 300 block of Cromwell on Saturday, now faces charges including assault on an officer and causing a disturbance.