An early Sunday morning encounter with a 25-year-old man known to Sarnia Police has resulted in the man’s arrest and the seizure of some 91 grams of crystal methamphetamine.
Bluewater Power has been ordered by the Ontario Electrical Safety Authority to remove some 3,500 smart meters from customers premises after a review that raises concerns the devices could pose a fire hazard if water enters the units.
Lambton College, once actively pursuing the possibility of acquiring the so-called RBC #2 facility adjoining the College and the ice surface facility that hosts the Sarnia Sting, has formally withdrawn its interest.
As the season goes on, the race for home-ice advantage in the playoffs gets closer and closer.
The Sarnia Legionnaires won a wild one at the Brock Street barn Thursday, dumping the London Nationals 7-5.
The local body currently overseeing the operations of Blue Water Bridge Canada is expected to disappear, likely within a month or so, says the chair of the current federal Crown corporation.
On January 17, 2015 shortly before 9:00 pm, Sarnia Police were dispatched to the area of Christina St.
Lambton OPP say officers are investigating an incident Saturday afternoon in which an unidentified person invited a 13-year-old female into his car.
Sarnia Police responded to 131 calls for service over the past weekend.
Brennan Feasey scored three goals Sunday – including the shootout winner – as the Chatham Maroons edged the Sarnia Legionnaires 7-6.
LONDON – The pre-game score sheet said it all. With nine players out of the lineup and just seven regular forwards, the Sarnia Sting was supposed to be no match for the London Knights Saturday night.
Mike Kelch is hoping his colleagues on Sarnia City Council will agree that more frequent reporting is necessary to avoid what has become a perennial “surprise” at the end of the year.
Christine Elliott, MPP for Whitby-Oshawa and candidate for leadership of the Ontario Progressive Conservative Party, met with Party faithful for a Thursday lunch intended to bolster support for her candidacy.
Sarnia City Council will be asked to move more than $110,000 from its reserves to pay for cost over-runs on a combination of rural road rehabilitation and “shave and pave” resurfacing in various areas of the City.