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.
Brandon Layman was the big winner Saturday when the Sarnia Legionnaires held their annual awards banquet.
The Do it for Sarnia initiative, in conjunction with Bluewater Health Foundation, is gearing up to shut down Davis Street for a sold out evening of music and fun at the first ever Block Party fundraiser on Friday, May 6.
- Locally made film about gun toting gangster Red Ryan readies for the big screen
- Sarnia Police have female in custody in connection with April 19 murder
- Federal response on oversized load corridor ‘unacceptable,’ says MP
- Group of Lambton College students return from serving in Haiti
- ‘Revelree’ organizers focusing on throwing ‘awesome, fun party’ for music lovers
- Architect ‘floats’ legacy project idea
A group of 15 Lambton College students are once again eager to share their stories with the Sarnia-Lambton community following a recent International field study that took them to Haiti.
Sarnia Police say a 30-year-old woman is being charged with second-degree murder in connection with the April 19, 2016 death of 28-year-old Raymond White Jr.
This week, The Show features an interview with Jean Simon, who directs an upcoming run of The Music Man, a Theatre Sarnia Production at the Imperial Theatre.
The National Day of Mourning, or Workers’ Mourning Day is observed in Canada on 28 April.
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.
A final competition in the Bridge Construction Challenge sponsored by the Lambton Chapter of the Professional Engineers of Ontario saw the Bright’s Grove Scout Troop winning its division, while two schools, one in Chatham, the other in Thamesville, took top honours.
On Sunday evening, the Sarnia Sting topped the Sault Ste. Marie Greyhounds 5-1 to force a Game 7 in the Western Conference Quarter-finals.
An unfortunate part of our society is that those focused on balancing budgets end up deflating imagination, robbing us of community and narrowing our values to being primarily economic in nature.
This past weekend, both Sarnia and Clyde Township experienced a wonderful performance of music by the International Symphony Orchestra and the International Symphony Singers in their production of Voices of Spring.
After a double-OT loss on Thursday, the Sting rebounded in a big way on Saturday night at the Sarnia Sports & Entertainment Centre – downing the Hounds by a score of 5-1.
Two artists begin an exhibition of their work at the Judith and Norman Alix Art Gallery today, just in time for First Friday.
To say that local musician and songwriter Nic Swales gets around is not an understatement.
The Original Rack n Roll Pool League For more information about the pool league, contact Paul Maedel at 519-333-9990.
Opening Segment: Do It For Sarnia Block Party? Featuring Eric Ethridge?