The Sarnia Police Service is asking for the assistance of the public as they investigate the theft of a guitar from a truck parked on Front Street.
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.
- 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
- Bradley re-issues ‘Challenge’ five years later
- Highway 402 eastbound stretch will be closed until Saturday
The Original Rack n Roll Pool League More information about the pool league is available by calling Paul Maedel at 519-333-9990 THE “ORIGINAL” RACK~N~ROLL 8 BALL LEAGUES TUES.
Episode #212 Opening Segment: ‘Behind Closed Doors’ at Lambton Mall Playing for charity starts Friday at 2pm www.playingforcharity.com One Bad Son & The Lazys rock The Station Music Hall The Entertainment Scene: Tis the season for ‘The Nightingales Chorus’ Celebrating 20 years of successful performances, ‘The Nightingales Chorus’ has become a Sarnia tradion.
The new owner of Bayside Centre in downtown Sarnia has bought up some five buildings in the area and has plans to purchase three more.
An early Sunday morning fire at a downtown commercial and residential complex has been deemed accidental by investigators from the Ontario Fire Marshal’s office.
CELEBRATING 4 YEARS! Opening Segment: Hallowe’en recap. The Entertainment Scene: First Friday always has lots of activity.
Yes, it’s that time of the year. Or getting close to it.
BioAmber Inc., the operator of one of Sarnia’s newest industrial plants, says the local plant has surpassed its operational targets for the year.
While coming in slightly under the 40,000 goal, the Inn of the Good Shepherd’s annual Thanksgiving Fall Food Drive still came in with enough to stock the food bank’s shelves for a month.
With free pizza, fabulous prizes and 90 full-time programs to choose from, Lambton College’s annual fall Open House is expected to be more informative and interactive than ever before.
Lou Giancarlo had a feeling that something was out of place.
Albert Shin, a second generation Korean who grew up in suburban Toronto but spent several summers in the land of his parents, has deftly told a story that is not only plausible but in many ways may actually mirror the culture of his ancestral home.
It only took one email between the Unitarian Fellowship of Sarnia and Port Huron (UFSPH) and the Sarnia Muslim Association (SMA) to begin a partnership that will see these diverse faith groups working together to sponsor a Syrian refugee family.
The United Way 2015 campaign has surpassed the 70% level and now is sitting at 72% of the $1,950,000 objective.
The Sarnia Police Service answered 174 calls for service over the Halloween weekend.
“Dear Santa, Thanks… But That’s Not Our Grandma” hits the stage Nov 12 – 15th with a family comedy about the chaos at Christmas when the wrong granny shows up at the right house.
Halloween night certainly brought out a strange tilt between the visiting Sarnia Sting and the host Erie Otters.
A 28-year-old Sarnia man now faces several more charges after being recently released on bail for a number of sex offences, say Sarnia Police.
A seasonal ban on overnight parking in the City of Sarnia takes effect on Sunday and will continue until April 30, 2016.
The Sarnia Sting travelled to Niagara Falls Friday night for a tilt with the Niagara Ice Dogs.