The Show with David Burrows #246 Opening Segment: Still time to see ‘Driving Miss Daisy’ www.thevpp.ca The Entertainment Scene: Sarnia Rapper and performer, IL Ian Linton talks about why he chose to pursue a love for rapping.
Lambton County’s Health Department has confirmed the first confirmed instance of West Nile virus, following the testing of a dead crow found in the north end of Sarnia.
Organizer Jenilyn Sheppard is hoping this Sunday’s Doggie Paddle Beach Fest will be the first of several to come.
- ‘Float down’ turns into ‘melt down’
- Head of Lambton College program has ‘Hip’ connection
- Ships warned to ‘stay away’ during this Sunday’s ‘float down’
- That Night In Sarnia will be historical.
- City should borrow long-term to fix roads before they get worse
- Alix Foundation will receive funding applications until October 1
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It’s 10 years since Sarnia Greekfest was first held and area organizers are looking forward to their return to downtown Sarnia, the second year the annual festival has been held in a municipal parking lot just south of the Scotiabank on Christina Street.
The Lambton College Firefighter Combat team struck gold in a series of first place finishes at the third annual FireFit Western Ontario Regional competition held in Port Elgin, Ontario, last weekend.
it’s apparently never happened before, but the general manager of the Lambton Area Water Supply System, which supplies Sarnia and some neighbouring communities, isn’t taking any chances when it comes to the possibility of a toxic blue-green algal bloom occurring in the area.
For the time being, Bayside Mall is being operated “as is” with Gord Laschinger at the helm.
Twelve teams enjoyed an excellent day for lawn bowling at the Robb Funeral Home Open Pairs Tournament, held at the Sarnia Lawn Bowling Club on July 16.
Pathways Health Centre for Children has announced that three Sarnia families recently received financial support from the Bluewater Chordsmen, representing the local chapter of Harmonize for Speech.
Entropex, a Sarnia plastic recycling company that employed 155, has gone into receivership.
The Ontario Municipal Board has put its stamp of approval on a settlement reached between the City of Sarnia and Sifton Properties Limited on a proposed development in the area of Modeland Road and Michigan Ave.
The Original Rack n Roll Pool League For more information on the pool league.
Students enrolled in Lambton College’s Developmental Services Worker program are hosting their first ever summer day camp for individuals with developmental disabilities.
An estimated crowd of 2,000 hungry spectators gathered Saturday morning for the annual Mackinac race parade of boats that motored up the St.
Nelson Mella is no stranger to music. The pipe designer by day works as “DJ Phatfingers” at night and weekends, putting on various shows that include a number of events he has hosted on the Duc D’Orleans II, dubbed “Beats on a Boat.” This year, the popular DJ is taking his magic (and that of some of his colleagues from London, Windsor and right here in Sarnia) to the Refined Fool, the downtown Davis craft brewery and bar that he is partnering with for an August 20 event.
This Saturday (July 14, 2016), the Rotary Club of Sarnia continues a tradition of serving a pancake breakfast for charity that goes back to 1982.
Opening Segment: Sarnia Bay Poker Run another big success. The Entertainment Scene: The Summer Music Series put on by the City of Sarnia is well underway.
Sarnia City Council has approved a staff recommendation that the Kinsmen Centre, a former elementary school that was constructed in the 1950s, be sold and the property rezoned as residential.