Sarnia City staff will be reviewing proposals for naming rights for the Sarnia Sports & Entertainment Centre, which are to be received by noon next Monday, April 18.
David Boushy, a former Member of Provincial Parliament for the area and now a City/County Councillor, is heading to Lebanon next week for a three-day conference of former Lebanese nationals.
David Burrows (The Video Show Network), talks with Big Brothers/Big Sisters executive director Michael Hurry.
- Locally made film about gun toting gangster Red Ryan readies for the big screen
- New owner of London Road plaza plans to continue redevelopment
- Federal response on oversized load corridor ‘unacceptable,’ says MP
- ‘Revelree’ organizers focusing on throwing ‘awesome, fun party’ for music lovers
- Architect ‘floats’ legacy project idea
- When applying for a job, make sure you pay attention to the details
Dan Edwards, a 27-year-old Sarnia man who has spent the last nine years as a paraplegic, recently spoke with Northern Collegiate students on how he has worked to overcome challenges related to his disability.
The Original Rack n Roll Pool League For more information contact Paul Maedel at 519-333-9990 THE “ORIGINAL” RACK~N~ROLL MON.
A group dedicated to having a more “bike friendly” Sarnia-Lambton will be hosting Monday evening outings beginning May 2 and running through June 27.
There are a lot of common errors candidates make when applying for positions.
Wes Harding, a self-acknowledged former “couch potato,” will once again be competing in the Boston Marathon on April 18, considered by many in the running community as being one of the year’s signature events.
Marilyn Gladu, who represents Sarnia-Lambton as Member of Parliament, sat down with Lambton Shield recently to discuss highlights of her first few months in office, which includes the aftermath of a first Liberal government budget.
The Sarnia-Lambton Economic Partnership, a group that represents the interests of local government, business, labour, First Nations and the community in general, is seeking up to three individuals to fill vacant positions on its board of directors.
A dancing team that recently performed at Residence on the St.
Spring is in the air and in Sarnia-Lambton that means a shift in employment trends.
The Sarnia Sting has picked Tyler Weiss, a 16-year-old centre from Raleigh, N.C., as its first pick in the 2016 Ontario Hockey League Priority Selection.
Water and wastewater research and technology will be the topic of discussion this Thursday during the second annual Sarnia-Lambton Water Symposium, scheduled to take place at the Lambton College Event Centre.
The administration at the Lambton Kent District School Board has issued a “final staff report” regarding consolidation of two south Sarnia high schools, perhaps not unexpectedly sticking with their original proposal to ultimately close SCITS—Sarnia Collegiate Institute & Technical School—in favour of having St.
A Saturday afternoon incident at a home in the 100 block of Euphemia turned out to be an apparent mishap involving butane in an alleged drug-making operation, says a Sarnia Fire Rescue service official.
The Original Rack n Roll Pool League For more information contact Paul Maedel at 519-333-9990 THE “ORIGINAL” RACK~N~ROLL 8 BALL LEAGUES TUES.
As spring sports begin, Northern, St. Pats, and St Clair high schools come together for an exhibition tournament.
The St. Pat’s boys high school hockey team challenged the St.
The Sarnia Sting dropped a nail-biter at the Sarnia Sports & Entertainment Centre on Tuesday night; falling 4-3 to the Greyhounds in Game 7 of the Western Conference Quarter-final in front of a capacity crowd of 4,567.
Opening Segment: Preferred Towing to be featured on new Discovery Channel series.
It’s almost certainly a sign of spring—the annual Sydenham River Canoe and Kayak Race, the 43nd version of which will take place on Sunday April 17.