SPCS 2015 at Holiday Inn Sarnia The Third annual Sarnia Pop Culture Show was held this past Sunday April 11th at the Holiday Inn Sarnia/Point Edward.
It’s fun, good exercise and a great way to get outdoors.
Some exhausted, and excited students of Northern Institute and Vocational School will be up bright and early this Thursday morning in order to catch their coach bus to New York City.
- ‘And the winner is . . . Sarnia!’
- Sarnia embraces ‘Silly Walks’ as tribute to upcoming Spamalot
- Suspect being sought in alleged phone grab
- Bluewater Health welcomes two new emergency physicians
- Canadian Blood Services closing permanent clinic at Bayside Mall
- Next week is the 16th Annual Seniors Information Fair!
The City of Sarnia seems to have gotten over the sticker shock associated with spending some $7 million to rehabilitate Centennial Park as part of a process that began some two years ago and won’t be finished until 2016.
This past weekend proved to be an exciting one for local authors all across Canada as they got together in order to take part in Authors for Indies Day.
SWIFF (South West International Film Festival) promises to bring not just a slate of interesting and challenging movies to Sarnia’s Imperial Theater with the chance to chat to their directors and performers, but opportunities for all the community to take part in four specially created workshops on different aspects of the film industry at the Judith and Norman Alix Gallery.
Spectators enjoyed a balmy day of thrills and a few spills in the Hiawatha Horse Park car park this past Friday and Saturday (May 1 and 2) as teams competed passionately for the honors.
Sarnia Police responded to 174 calls for service during the past weekend.
Over the course of the next month Sarnia’s Northern Collegiate institute and Vocational School is offering a series of art related programs benefiting students in the Specialist High Skills Major (SHSM) Program.
The Original Rack n Roll Pool League For more information on The Original Rack n Roll pool league contact Paul Maedel at 519-333-9990 THE “ORIGINAL” RACK~N~ROLL MON.
What started out as a simple photo shoot ended up being but being personal.
The founder of a charity directed to helping some of the most vulnerable children in the community has passed away after suffering from an autoimmune disease that plagued her for several years.
Several members of three local Rotary Clubs—Bluewaterland, Sarnia and After Hours—were on hand Saturday for the packing of two 40-foot shipping containers that will soon be on their way to South Africa for distribution to local schools there.
Brian McKay, who has headed the City of Sarnia’s finance for the last eight years, is heading over to the Lambton Kent District School board, where he will become superintendent of business.
In 2008, six in every 10 of the aging Canadian boomers were experiencing short term memory loss, according to a survey on Age Associated Memory Impairment conducted for the Alzheimer’s Foundation for Caregiving in Canada.
Sarnia Police say they have arrested three young offenders after being called to the scene of a possible break and enter that was reported by a concerned citizen.
The Sarnia Police Service is requesting the public’s assistance in its investigation of a woman who is alleged to have passed counterfeit U.S.
Following complaints of fraud from members of the Kiddie Korner Co-Op Nursery School in Petrolia, Lambton OPP has charged a 60-year-old Wyoming woman with several criminal charges.
To be sure, Laurie Alderton-Scott will be on hand at this Saturday’s “Walk a Mile” event at Lambton Mall (with funds raised supporting the Women’s Interval Home).
The Sarnia Roadrunners are ready to spring into action as the weather warms up, with their 1, 3, 5 and 10 km races at 9 a.m this Saturday.
Lambton OPP say they are investigating a single motor vehicle collision on Marthaville Road between Shiloh and Rokeby Lines, Enniskillen Township that claimed the life of a 35-year-old man from Petrolia.
Sarnia Police are looking for the driver of a 2005 Buick Allure that was involved in a hit and run collision along River Road just after 1 p.m.