Christmas is right around the corner and I have started to make my gift giving shopping list.
After falling short in Peterborough Thursday night, the Sarnia Sting travelled to Ottawa on Friday night for a tilt with the Ottawa 67’s on DIFD (Do It For Daron) night.
Despite directing 42 shots towards Petes goaltender Matthew Mancina, the Sarnia Sting fell by a score of 3-1 at the Peterborough Memorial Centre on Thursday night.
- New owner of Bayside Centre has been buying up downtown properties
- Major downtown apartment fire sends 16 to hospital, 2 with critical injuries
- Kenwick Place no longer safe for residents to remain
- Former Dow property comes full circle with plans by bio-tech firm to build
- Blackwater is (finally) back for downtown Sarnia
- Highway 402 eastbound stretch will be closed until Saturday
Some residents forced to leave their Kenwick Place apartments after a fire last Sunday began returning around noon Saturday after repair crews worked “round the clock” to make the building safe for occupancy.
It’s been quite a year for Dave Duguay. And his wife Alyssa, his wife and partner in Blackwater Coffee Company.
The good news first: eastbound lanes of Highway 402 are now open between Christina Street and Indian Road following Monday’s crash of a flatbed trailer that hit the Indian Road overpass with its load, too high for the clearance.
Wednesday November 25th was the International Day for the Elimination of Violence Against Women and on this day I had the pleasure of sharing One Spark with a local ladies networking group.
Despite registering the game’s first goal and out-shooting the Rangers 34-28, the Sarnia Sting came up short in front of 6,518 fans at the Kitchener Memorial Auditorium on Tuesday.
The countdown is on to Lambton College’s Fall Open House and we’ve got a great list of reasons why you won’t want to miss one of our biggest events of the year.
The Judith and Norman Alix Art Gallery in downtown Sarnia is hosting “Active Through Art,” described as a “masterful” program for self-identified seniors as part of the Masterworks from the Beaverbrook Art Gallery exhibition.
The first place Leamington Flyers dominated the Sarnia Legionnaires Thursday on their way to a 6-2 victory.
Opening Segment: SWIFF a big success. Finger Eleven SOLD OUT! MOVEMBER with Costumes Canada & The Painted Cat.
The Schubert Male Chorus of Port Huron will be delighting its fans with an upcoming performance of its annual “Winter Majesty” concert, featuring the voices of the Blue Water Community Chorus, the Port Huron Musicale Women’s Chorus and the talents of Port Huron High School’s chorus and instrumentalists.
It’s hard to imagine a more impressive sequence of photographs than that of Anne Tigwell, whose work often features the skills of various Sarnia Legionnaires players.
Sarnia Police are reporting what is being described as a “substantial” drug seizure last week that resulted in two individuals being charged with possession, one with “for the purpose of trafficking.” The action began on Thursday (November 5) when Sarnia Police officers stopped a vehicle on Stuart Street near Confederation Street around 6 p.m.
The United Way of Sarnia-Lambton has reached 85% of its $1,950,000 goal largely thanks to recently wrapped up employee campaigns and more retirees making their contributions this week.
The Sarnia Police Service responded to 188 calls for service during the past weekend.
Jim Moran, a former educator with more than 20 years of experience in field of Quality Management Systems, says companies who are now registered to the 2008 version of the standard have less than three years to make the transition to an updated version.
Despite being out played for most of the game, the Flint Firebirds, making their initial appearance at the Sarnia Sports and Entertainment Centre, beat the Sarnia Sting 3-2 in overtime.
Videographer (and Sarnia City Councillor) Brian White was on time and well positioned with his camera Saturday morning for the scheduled implosion of what was once a landmark (but now decommissioned) power plant in Marysville, Mich.
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Following a tough road trip last weekend, the Sting seem to have righted the ship on Wednesday night as the club came up big with an overtime road win over the Owen Sound Attack.