It would appear a proposal by David Lavender, a local architect, to see what is surely an innovative and potentially spectacular waterfront project become a reality is going nowhere fast.
As high school comes near an end, the grade 12 and 12x students celebrate their prom night.
Sarnia Police, along with community partners Walmart and Shred-It, are pleased with donations of $1,776.35 that helped support Special Olympics, a cause that law enforcement personnel have embraced.
- Reduction in staff at Sarnia Fire Rescue made possible due to younger workforce, says Chief
- Tonight’s the night: Chamber’s Outstanding Business Achievement Awards gala
- Skateboarder killed by vehicle to be remembered this Sunday
- Howard Watson Trail continues to serve a grateful community
- Sarnia Fashion Week to kick off Artwalk
- Bluewater Health announces ‘Bridging Excellence’ award winners
I hope all of my Canadian friends enjoyed an awesome May 24 weekend, after today it officially feels like summer and I am excited.
Sarnia resident Dave Marshall does what many people do who live on busy streets like Indian Road.
Bob McCarthy, a retired high school teacher and active writer/historian, is hoping to engage the broad community in a project designed to celebrate Canada’s 150th birthday in 2017 by telling 150 stories, all of which will serve to bring the history of Lambton County alive.
Sarnia Mayor Mike Bradley, who was recently invited to speak at Inclusive Communities Summit (his own report on the visit can be seen here) on the subject of advocating for the hiring of people with disabilities, is continuing to hear his message of inclusivity spread across the country.
It’s the annual event for which anyone with documents that are in need of disposal but really shouldn’t be thrown out with the trash has been waiting.
Lambton College President & CEO Judith Morris is advocating for the provincial government to finalize a decision to allow some Ontario colleges to offer stand-alone nursing degree programs.
Sarnia Police say they have arrested a 28-year-old woman that was living in the 2000 block of London Line, charging her with various drug offences as well as being in possession of a “steel cobra,” a prohibited weapon described as a metal, spring-like baton.
Steeves & Rozema’s retirement living division has started an innovative new way to welcome new team members to its homes.
Among items on Monday’s agenda for Sarnia City Council is a request to move forward on a proposal to have a local auto dealership secure naming rights to the Sarnia Sports and Entertainment Centre.
If you’re a fan of Purdy’s Fisheries (and especially their fish!), an opportunity still exists to grab a ticket for an “all you can eat” fish fry that takes place this upcoming Friday and Saturday—all in the name of a charitable cause.
As the weather warms up, most people prefer to bike around to get some exercise or enjoy the fresh spring air.
Organizers of the Sarnia Beer Show, which started Friday night at Bayside Centre and continues at 3 p.m.
The City of Sarnia now has “office hours” for several Councillors, with a published schedule that does not preclude individual members from making appointments outside that schedule.
An associate professor at Lambton College has been recognized as one of the top professors in the region by the Cisco Networking Academy.
The Original Rack n Roll Pool League For more information contact Paul Maedel at 519-333-9990 THE “ORIGINAL” RACK~N~ROLL MON.
One of the oldest sports clubs in Sarnia will celebrate 110 years of fun and competition in the great outdoors this summer.
A drug bust organized by Sarnia Police has resulted in the arrest of a 30-year-old Point Edward resident after officers executed a search warrant in the Village in the early hours of Thursday (May 5).