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LSSAA scores from Tuesday, November 8, 2011

JUNIOR BOYS VOLLEYBALL Semi Final St. Clair – 3 Northern – 1 Semi Final St. Chris – 3 St. Francois-Xavier – 2 SENIOR BOYS VOLLEYBALL Semi Final Northern – 3 Stat line: 25-16, 25-22, 25-18 LCCVI – 0 Semi Final St. Clair – 3 St. Chris – 0 Go to for league standings and schedules for [...]

River City Vineyard appealing city’s refusal on rezoning to OMB


River City Vineyard church is appealing a Sarnia City Council refusal to rezone the property it owns at Mitton St. N. and Essex for the purpose of a men's shelter. The decision to appeal effectively means that the shelter will remain open to those seeking shelter other than that provided (but with some restrictions, says [...]

Gen. Rick Hillier to speak in Sarnia next Wednesday


Canada's former Chief of Defence Staff will make a stop in Sarnia next week. Gen. Rick Hillier will be here Nov. 16 to speak to the Sarnia Lambton Chamber of Commerce on leadership in tough times.  "Gen. Hillier represents a true leader in Canada. His message on leadership in tough times really strikes a cord for [...]

Dogs hinder drug investigation in Sarnia

Vice officers with Sarnia Police Service had to call in the Emergency Response Team to help execute a drug warrant in the 800 block of London Road on Friday night. Police say the investigation was hindered by the presence of five large dogs. Two men and a woman were arrested and face drug charges.  

Local Crime Stoppers program commemorates Crime Prevention Week


This is Crime Prevention Week across the country. "Crime Prevention can mean many things to many people, but in short it means doing all we can to ensure crime does not occur, said Sarnia-Lambton Crime Stoppers Coordinator Mark Dew in a news release. "Keeping an eye on our neighbours place, ensuring you lock your doors, [...]

Registration for Sarnia’s Winter Artwalk continues until Nov. 18

Time is running for vendors to register for Winter Artwalk in Sarnia's downtown. Registration continues Tuesday to Saturday from 11 am to 5 pm each day at the Artwalk headquarters at 184 Christina St. North until November 18. The vendor fee is $50. The event is scheduled for Friday, December 2 from 6-9 pm and [...]

Hydro One launches employee campaign for United Way

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Employees at Hydro One in Wyoming prepare for their annual United Way campaign kickoff on Monday (Nov. 7).  Hydro One employees run an intense, short campaign that runs a few weeks but results in high numbers of payroll deduction pledges.  Overall, the United Way campaign and has reached $1,075,000 since this morning, climbing to near [...]

Early morning crash sends one man to hospital

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Lambton OPP continues to investigate a single vehicle crash that happened this morning (Monday,November 7) at around 6:15 a.m. on Churchill Line in the area of Mandaumin Road.  Police say a Chevrolet van was travelling west on Churchill line when it lost control and rolled into the south ditch.  The driver, a  27 year old [...]

Two talented young musicians to appear at Cheeky Monkey in December

When young musicians need to develop an audience, it can be a challenge to find venues that will allow them to present their work to listeners in a music friendly environment.   Cheeky Monkey is that place for many local artists and more recently, out of town musicians have discovered the joy of using the [...]

Lambton OPP lays charges for impaired driving

A 42-year-old Lambton Shores man is facing charges of impaired driving and being over the legal limit after Lambton OPP stopped a Dodge pickup on Ontario Street in Port Franks on Saturday, Nov. 5. The accused will appear in a Sarnia court on Nov. 21.