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Erie Otters give Sarnia Sting second loss in a row

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By DAVE BORODY ERIE, Pa. – The Erie Otters scored three power play goals on their way to a 5-2 victory over the Sarnia Sting, Friday night in front of 4,524 fans at the Erie Insurance Arena. The loss was the second in a row for the Sting who is now 6-8-1-1 on the season […]

Retired teacher key to timely ‘War Remembrance Project’ honouring local soldiers

Tom Slater

Tom Slater retired about a year ago from teaching at St. Patrick’s Catholic School, but that doesn’t mean he hasn’t kept busy. And now Slater’s efforts to pay tribute in the best possible way to those from Sarnia who fought in past wars, starting with the Boer War and continuing right through the recent service […]

Tonight’s First Friday will warm your heart . . . and tickle your ears!

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It may be a little chilly at tonight’s First Friday cultural walkabout in downtown Sarnia, but we’re Canadians—a hearty lot. And stepping out to visit the various examples of a growing cultural community is what First Friday is all about. Tonight is no exception and among the action places to be is Cheeky Monkey, Sarnia’s […]

ALTAR BOYZ – Saves 224 souls!

Altar Boyz at Imperial Theatre Sarnia

ALTAR BOYZ – A muscial comedy! Music, Dancing Fun and more. From start to finish and even after the performance ALTAR BOYZ exploded the stage at The Imperial Theatre Sarnia. Matthew (Shawn Chapman) Mark (Devan Wales) Luke (Cian Poore) Juan (Adam Hobbs) & Abraham (Brent Wilkinson) captivated the audience for a full 90 minutes+. The […]

Sarnia Police asking for help in its investigation of crash

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The Sarnia Police Service Traffic Division is investigating a motor vehicle collision that occurred on October 30, 2014 at Michigan Line east of Modeland Road at the sharp bend in the road. Police say a vehicle travelling south bound drove though the south guard rail leaving behind extensive debris and fleeing the scene. The incident […]

Northern students get in the ‘virtual’ picture as they scout out career choices

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Zac Grennan, a grade 12 student at Northern Collegiate in Sarnia, may not yet know what his career plans will entail, but the 17 year old took a small step forward earlier this week by participating in a fun photo exercise sponsored by Lambton College. Grennan took part in the “Picture Your Future” promotion at Northern […]

Lambton OPP make arrest after driver crashes while trying to avoid RIDE stop

Lambton OPP say they arrested a 20-year-old Strathroy-Strathroy Caradoc man who was allegedly over the legal limit, but not before the accused rolled into a ditch and caught on fire on Michigan Line at Mandaumin Rd. Thursday (November 6). OPP officers were conducting a RIDE stop–Reduced Impaired Driving Everywhere–at 2 a.m. when a vehicle approaching […]

Lambton College staff, students take a walk as part of ‘Unleash the Stress’ week

Newly elected City/County Councillor Brian White (centre) participated in a walk down London Road from Lambton College on Thursday, part of "Unleash the Stress" week at the school.—photos courtesy Danielle Cooper.

Sometimes it’s the little things that count. Like a walk from the Lambton College bridge entrance and down London Road to the Metro Plaza and back, all to show solidarity in “breaking the silence and stigma” concerning mental health issues. The initiative, the second annual of its kind, took place Thursday morning and was part […]

‘Fusion’ food and drink showcase featured this weekend at DeGroot’s

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It’s an extravaganza of all that’s new in food and drink and it’s this weekend at a new location. Fusion: a discovery of local food and wine, will take place at DeGroot’s Nursery on London Line this Friday and Saturday, from 5 p.m. to 11 p.m. both nights. Tickets are $10 with proceeds benefitting Lambton County […]

Sarnia makes ‘Reader’s Pick’ list of seven great places to retire in Canada

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The Globe and Mail has made it official: Sarnia is one great place to live your retirement years. Retirement editor Christine Mushka drew from reader input in a piece published Wednesday (November 5) which lists our fair city in a very short list—seven places said to be among Canada’s greatest places to retire. Sarnia’s low […]