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Sarnia Police charge 17-year-old driver with careless driving after collision

A collision with a hydro pole has earned a 17-year-old Sarnia driver a charge of careless driving by Sarnia Police. The incident, which occurred about 11 a.m. Tuesday (November 18), occurred when the driver’s vehicle left the road and struck the hydro pole on the south side of Exmouth. Sarnia Police, Sarnia Fire, and Lambton […]

Sarnia area gets another ‘look at us’ article in Globe and Mail

Photo via Flickr by Lynn.

We may have some visitors coming to Sarnia. And they might be staying a while. An article in Wednesday’s Globe and Mail newspaper (November 19) may be sparking interest in the community, where homes can be had for under a $100,000, according to Sean Ryan, a local Realtor with Century 21 Bluewater, who was quoted […]

Police say they have made arrest in connection with latest animal cruelty case

Nearly a month ago Sarnia Police dealt with reports of a small dog being found in a dumpster wrapped in garbage bags in the 900 block of Colborne Road. The injuries sustained by the animal, who had been in the dumpster for several days, were so severe that it had to be euthanized. Yesterday (November 18)  a […]

Rack n Roll Pool league into week 6 & 7

Rack n Roll Pool League

The original Rack n Roll Pool league is now into week 6 for the mens and week 7 for the ladies. For more information contact Paul Maedel at 519-333-9990   THE “ORIGINAL” RACK~N~ROLL 8 BALL LEAGUES     TUES. NIGHT LADIES     TEAM STANDINGS AFTER WEEK 7 NOV 11/14           […]

United Way campaign still tracking above last year’s pace at 80% of goal

By DAVE BROWN Executive Director United Way of Sarnia-Lambton The United Way of Sarnia-Lambton Campaign reached 80% of its goal on the strength of Styrolution and other employee campaigns that have just wrapped up. I am very happy to report that we have raised so far over $1,550,000 and are well on our way toward […]

Voluntary toll program raises over $12k for MADD programs

MADD Treasurer Erin Pollard is pictured at the entrance to the Sarnia No Frills Plaza on Saturday.

Organizers of the local Mothers Against Drunk Driving “Voluntary Toll” program are pleased with the $12,560 raised this year, money that will be used to support various programs, including support for victims of drunk driving incidents. “Every year we aim to raise between $12,000 and $15,000 on toll day, so we are well within our […]

Sarnia Police deal with two impaired drivers on Sunday

It was early Sunday morning (November 15) when Sarnia Police got the call—someone creating noise with the revving of their engine in a parking lot at Finch and Wellington. The man at the wheel of the parked car, a 27-year-old Sarnia man, wasn’t driving but was “in control” of the vehicle and he’d clearly been […]

NOVA donates $10k to support City’s recycling efforts

NOVA presentation

When Rob Thompson heard that the City of Sarnia was looking for help to defray the costs of providing recycling boxes to new residents, it caught his ears. “We’re one of the world’s biggest makers of plastics and the idea of supporting recycling efforts fits extremely well with our business and our goal of increasing recycling […]

Sarnia Police report another relatively light weekend

Sarnia Police Service responded to 116 calls for service this past weekend and conducted 19 traffic stops for various traffic violations. The 116 calls include: 5 – 911 Hang Up Calls 6 – Alarm Calls 2 – Disturb the Peace Calls 13 – Domestic/Family Disputes 7 – Motor Vehicle Collisions 9 – Noise Complaints

Art at the Lake event continues Sunday at Lambton College Event Centre

Kathy Rath

Sarnia Artists’ Workshop continues its always popular Art at the Lake event tomorrow (Sunday, November 16) at the Lambton College Event Centre. The free admission event–donations are being accepted for St. Joseph’s Hospice–features Sarnia artist Kathy Rath, although there are dozens of artist works also available for sale. Payment of artwork purchased is by cash, […]