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Lambton OPP looking for help in identifying suspect in Corunna bank heist

OPP suspect sought

The Lambton OPP is asking for the public’s help in identifying a man being sought for an armed robbery on October 6 at the RBC Royal Bank branch in Corunna. The suspect is described as being 6’ tall and weighing about 200 pounds.  He was wearing a black jacket with a logo on the front left side, […]

THE SHOW: The Entertainment Scene, In The Community, Special Events, Episode #156

The Show with David Burrows #156

The Show with David Burrows #156 Recap: Big Wreck, “BIG HIT”! Fiery Faces raises over $1200, Election 2014 The Entertainment Scene: Altar Boyz, coming soon to the Imperial Theatre, Director John Leverre, Along with Brent Wilkinson, Shawn Chapman and Jackie Burns give us a behind the scenes interview about the production. In The Community: Powerlifter […]

Bluewater Big Band Blast coming to Imperial Theatre

Bluewater Big Band Blast

The best of the Big Band swing sounds of Count Basie, Buddy Rich, Artie Shaw, Maynard Ferguson and many others, will be featured at the upcoming Bluewater Big Band Blast, benefitting the International Symphony Orchestra. This dynamic performance, which places place at Sarnia’s Imperial Theatre on Sunday, November 9 begins at 2 p.m.. Old familiar favourites include […]

The original Rack n Roll fall pool league underway

Rack n Roll Pool League

The original ‘Rack n Roll’ pool league is now into its fourth week in the 2014/2015 fall season. Hundreds of player’s each week play at several locations to compete and have fun at the sport. Stats will be posted here every week. For more information contact Paul Maedel at 519-333-9990   THE “ORIGINAL” RACK~N~ROLL 8 BALL […]

‘Fiery Faces’ pumpkin fundraiser a big hit in Plympton-Wyoming Fairgrounds

Local media personality David Burrows participated in the "Fiery Faces" fundraiser by being dunked in pumpkin guts.

Hundreds of pumpkins got a little more interesting this past weekend with a fundraiser held at the Plympton-Wyoming Fairgrounds. The “Fiery Faces” fundraiser, which this year supported a snack attack program at schools in South Plympton and Wyoming, is a regular event leading up to Halloween. This year, about 70 people turned out for the Friday […]

Warden won’t be seeking re-election to post when new Council meets in December

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Lambton County Warden Todd Case says he will not be seeking a fourth term as Warden of Lambton County. Case, who has been acclaimed as the Mayor of Warwick Township, says he has enjoyed the experience but will now be looking to concentrate his efforts in other areas. “I want to thank Lambton County Council […]

Sarnia Police encouraging ‘safe Halloween’ as the big day approaches

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Halloween is fast approaching and the Sarnia Police Service is reminding the community that a safe Halloween is a happy Halloween.  Remember these important and practical safety tips : “Trick or Treat” costumes should be light weight, reflective, flame resistant, fitted properly and weather appropriate.   Avoid long costumes that become a tripping hazard.  Do not […]

Around the County, the complete list of those elected to Council, Mayoral positions

Lambton Shores Deputy Mayor Elizabeth Davis-Dagg was unsuccessful in her campaign to unseat Mayor Bill Weber, who was re-elected in yesterday’s municipal election. Davis-Dagg, who came third in the mayoral race, will be replaced by Doug Cook as deputy mayor. In Petrolia, John McCharles was successful in staving off challenger Jeff Johnston to retain the […]

Sarnia has three new City Council members as Mayor returned easily

Sarnia Mayor Mike Bradley, to almost no one’s surprise, was re-elected Monday with 66% of voters returning him to office. But that wasn’t the real news in the City, where three new City Councillors will begin their four-year term on December 1. Elected for the first time (and gaining the most votes) was Brian White, […]

River City Vineyard and City of Sarnia will face off again tomorrow over homeless shelter

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Ontario’s Court of Appeal will hear arguments Tuesday (October 28) related to the closure of a men’s homeless shelter once operated by River City Vineyard, a church located on Mitton Street in a building once owned by the YMCA. A March 13, 2014 judgment against the operation continuing to operate was appealed by the church, although […]