In a windowless room above the Imperial Theatre, a director, eight actors and a full bench of support staff met last week to begin the lengthy process of taking the words and directions of Ontario playwright Michael Grant and turning them into a witty and poignant production about lost dreams, friendship, second chances and hockey.
A roof that’s been leaking for as long as seven years without being adequately repaired may be just the tip of the iceberg as far as what needs to be done to bring the Sarnia Kinsmen Community Centre at 656 Lakeshore Road up to an adequate standard.
Ryan Trottier scored twice Thursday to lead the Sarnia Legionnaires to their second straight pre-season victory.
The 1014 Oak Avenue property in Sarnia that was home to the now-closed Coronation Park Day Nursery is now on the open market.
Moving from one care setting to another can be challenging for patients and their families.
In the first of what is expected to be a regular “report” from the Sarnia-Lambton Chamber of Commerce to appear in Lambton Shield, President and CEO Rory Ring has expressed concerns over the transparency of the Ontario government as it applies to its sale of public assets, specifically shares of Hydro One, which the Liberal government says it will use to pay for infrastructure improvements.
Sometimes it takes a letter. Such was the case when Sarnia Mayor Mike Bradley sent a note dated August 19 to Luc Jobin, executive vice president and chief financial officer for CN Rail, hoping to press forward on an issue that appeared to be stalled—approval from CN on a plan by Suncor to remove underground fuel tanks on a piece of Front Street property before donating the land to the City.
Opening Segment: 2nd annual Rock n Roll Christmas Concert at Imperial Theatre.
The popular Household Hazardous Waste Days, co-sponsored by the County of Lambton Public Works Department and Clean Harbors Canada Inc., will be changing locations in August and will offer Lambton County residents an opportunity to dispose household hazardous waste at no cost.
Sarnia’s mayor is known for taking every opportunity to be the voice of those who aren’t always heard.
Two Sarnia teams will be representing this district when the Ontario Novice Lawn Bowling Championships are held here in Sarnia next month.
On August 20, 2015 at about 7:10 a.m. the Lambton County Ontario Provincial Police (OPP) attended the #402 Highway within the east bound lanes and east of Oil Heritage Road, Town of Plympton- Wyoming to investigate a motor vehicle collision.
The Sarnia Police Service is advising members of the public that the police service is not calling residents soliciting funds.
An inaugural 5K Run/Walk for Mental Awareness in Memory of Kailee is being organized by both Sereena Nhmabin, Kailee’s best friend, and Kailee’s mother, Terri Kavanaugh.
The joy of cooking is coming back into Shaheen Ataullah’s life as she prepares to leave Trillium Villa’s convalescent care program for her own home.
He left a trail of chaos and human misery in his wake, yet he was a “charming rogue” who managed to fool almost everyone he ever met.
A HEAT ALERT has been issued by Lambton’s Medical Officer of Health based on the latest forecast from Environment Canada.
The Sarnia Police Service responded to 192 calls for service over the past weekend.
The Sarnia Police Service is asking the public to assist in a theft investigation by helping to identify a suspect.
The Canadian federal government has reportedly offered the Chippewas of Kettle & Stony Point First Nation $95 million to settle claims related to the former Camp Ipperwash, a property that was seized during World War II and used for military training.
The reality is that it doesn’t always take a lot of effort to remove a barrier to business.
Corn on the cob and bowling were on the menu when the Sarnia Lawn Bowling Club held its latest tournament event on Aug.