The Sarnia Powerboat festival held a contest earlier this week on K106.3 FM.
Acting City of Sarnia Solicitor Scott McEachran has sent Mayor Mike Bradley and members of Council an update on the ongoing saga regarding Bayside Mall, the latest news being that both the City and the Receiver for the bankrupt property will be facing off in court on August 24.
Sarnia-Lambton communities, including the City of Sarnia and the County of Lambton, will receive a total of $6.67 million during 2015 as part of the Gas Tax Fund, the first installment of which has been released.
- Internet veteran Ebtech is pulling plug ‘with mixed emotions’
- Street artist makes stop in Sarnia
- Sarnia getting its own Oktoberfest event
- City of Sarnia and Bayside Mall receiver will face off in court on August 24
- Captain Kidd Days schedule is announced
- City says ‘enough’ when it comes to River City Vineyard homeless shelter fight
Some seven community projects throughout Sarnia-Lambton will be receiving up to $458,790 in federal funding as part of the Canada 150 Community Infrastructure Program.
The City of Sarnia and the Town of Petrolia are receiving a total of $22-million in infrastructure funding from the federal government for use in sewer and wastewater projects.
St. Andrew’s Presbyterian Church has its iconic cross back in place after a storm that swept through downtown Sarnia on July 18 bent the copper structure.
There’s no place like home. That was the case for the Residence on the St.
The local company behind the Festival of Good Things and the Beer Show—with some of the same people behind a prominent web services company—is adding another event to its repertoire.
Asbestos abatement, soil remediation and demolition of the former Sarnia General Hospital site is estimated to cost $8.8 million, says a report commissioned by Sarnia City Council after it effectively nixed a developer’s proposal to buy the site and turn it into a health campus.
Two OHL draft picks have signed Jr. ‘B’ cards with the Sarnia Legionnaires.
Opening Segment: Recap of Rock the Park. Win tix to see AC/DC in Detroit AC/DC tribute coming to ‘RUSTIC’ The Entertainment Scene: Local musician, singer, songwriter, Matt Weed is Living his dreams with his music.
Nathan Colquhoun, one of the owners of Refined Fool Brewing Co., gave visiting NDP leader Tom Mulcair a sample of a special brew the downtown Sarnia craft put together specifically for the occasion, dubbing it “One Tax Cut Short of a Great Name.” Mulcair heralded the company, which has been in business for just over a year, as an example of the kind of enthusiasm and energy that small businesses across Canada are capable of sustaining.
An after-dinner surprise awaited residents and staff of Twin Lakes Terrace retirement community on June 25.
On a weekend that saw the weather swing from blazing heat to torrential downpours and back again, the fire crews taking part in Point Edward’s Scott FireFit Challenge had to draw upon all their intensive training and physical conditioning to overcome both the obstacles and the elements.
Before heading to the beach, the pool or for a day on the water, Lambton Public Health’s Water wise program reminds families to put water safety high on the checklist of things to remember.
Patients are counting on you this summer, a challenging time when many regular blood donors are away.
Lambton OPP says a home in the 2000 block of Hale School Road in Dawn-Euphemia Township was broken into last Thursday (July 16) with several items stolen, including two weapons.
The City of Sarnia, in response to a recent storm which resulted in substantial amounts of fallen brush and tree debris, is offering extended hours and free drop-off at its St.
Tom Mulcair, leader of the federal New Democratic Party, is including Sarnia in his swing through Ontario with a visit on Thursday.
It was a repeat performance for Gerry Wild and Bill Nowosad at the most recent Sarnia Lawn Bowling Club tournament.
Petrolia-based Sof Surfaces Inc., which manufactures rubberized safety tiles for use in children’s playgrounds, has pleaded guilty and fined $70,000 after a worker lost a foot to moving machinery in late 2013.
The Lambton College Firefighter Combat team beat the heat – and the competition – during the Scott FireFit Western Ontario Regional Challenge held in Point Edward over the weekend.