The first strictly in-club tournament of the season drew an excellent turnout of 40 Sarnia Lawn Bowling Club members to compete in the Fairwinds Lodge pairs tournament on June 25.
The Sarnia Yacht Club was home to the annual Sailfest regatta and both organizers and participants say it was a resounding success.
By DAVID LAVENDER How much do you value Centennial Park? Ever been there?
- Local entrepreneur suggests City take over Bayside Mall
- River City wins appeal of ruling that forced closure of men’s shelter
- How to make a good park . . . great
- ‘Walkin’ on sunshine . . . ‘
- Paving ‘challenges’ on Canadian side of Blue Water Bridge force short delay on reopening
- Happy Canada Day, Sarnia!
Editor’s note: Story reflects correction to original story in that Mayor Bradley RESPECTED but did NOT SUPPORT decision of City Council to pursue Court-sanctioned closure of men’s shelter.
International travellers yearning for a reopening of the north (original) span of the Blue Water Bridge have another week to wait, say officials from the Federal Bridge Corporation, the Crown entity that owns the structure.
Sarnia City Council is being asked to endorse a local initiative that would see the construction of a monument built around a decommissioned Light Armoured Vehicle (LAV III), specifically to remember two local soldiers that lost their lives in the Afghanistan Mission, which took place from 2001-2014.
The St. Clair Region Conservation Authority has named the recipients of three scholarships that reward graduating high school students who plan to continue their academic studies in a conservation-related field.
For an atheist in his 80th year, David Suzuki is all too aware that time is an increasingly precious commodity, not just for himself (although his pugnacity and mischievous spirit peg him as much younger), but for all of us who inhabit this singular beautiful blue bauble called Earth, if we are to truly address the existential environmental issues we face.
For Norma Cox and the generations of Sarnians that will follow, a stone marker in Cox Gardens is a testament to her late mother’s love of marigolds.
Clearwater Arena Park played host once again to another successful fundraiser for cancer research June 19 as teams and individuals from all corners of Sarnia-Lambton laced up their walking shoes to complete the six hour “relay” around the track ending at midnight.
Not even all the celebrated fathers got their well deserved Sunday morning lie-in last weekend as the 29th Huron House Boys Home Run / Walk / Skate / Bike (Now with added “Adrenaline Trail”) kicked off around 8 am Sunday, June 21 in perfect conditions at Mike Weir Park in Brights Grove.
Local media got a chance Tuesday morning to see (and hear) first hand what drivers on the upcoming Sarnia/Port Huron International Powerboat Festival experience as they took to the waves of the St.
Title Sponsor – LiUNA Local 1089 The annual Ribfest at Hiawatha was a “BIG” success, say organizers.
The Sarnia Police Service is looking for a knife used in a weekend stabbing in which a 39-year-old woman is said to have stabbed a 39-year-old man.
Saturday’s theft of hand and power tools from a trailer parked at the Habitat for Humanity Sarnia-Lambton ReStore facility isn’t the first break in the charity has experienced.
The Sarnia Police Service responded to 147 calls for service during the past weekend.
No one is saying it will be easy, but virtually everyone connected with Envision Tomorrow, the $45 million capital campaign launched by Lambton College today, fully expects it will be an overwhelming success.
Ontario Premier Kathleen Wynne, who has been criticized for her lack of physical presence in the area, corrected that seeming deficiency on Thursday.
LiUNA Local 1089 is this year’s title sponsor for the Sarnia Kinsmen Ribfest.
As class comes to an end for students of Northern Institute and Vocational School, one student looks forward to an exciting summer in Kingston’s sun as she works at camp for 7 to 8 weeks of the vacation.
Lambton OPP are advising that the Ministry of Natural Resources have dispatched a Spill Action Centre team to the location of a natural gas leak that has occurred at Lakeshore Road east of Indian Hills Trail West in Lambton Shores.
Someone has been listening to a chorus of complaints from Sarnia-Lambton on the issue of rail service that has historically deteriorated to the point where people have largely found other ways to come and go, notably to Toronto.