By all appearances, Saturday’s Art in the Park event in Bright’s Grove, sponsored by the Rotary Club of Sarnia Bluewaterland, was a big hit.
Bluewater Power is continuing with a project it says will ultimately save the taxpayer money in the cost of lighting streets in the City of Sarnia.
Sarnia-Lambton’s “Awesome Foundation,” one of some 82 chapters in 18 countries, has provided a $1,000 grant to Dan Edwards for his “Dan Does it For Sarnia” campaign that will be held in August 2016, a decade after he became a quadriplegic after an accident while he was in high school.
- Sarnia Police have busy Thursday with numerous arrests
- Conservative candidate dealing with personal medical issue
- Rory Ring is gone as head of Chamber of Commerce
- ‘Mindful Music’ expanding to a larger community after successful pilot
- Local Habitat for Humanity begins ‘whole-home’ reno
- Single vehicle accident sends 29-year-old Petrolia man to hospital
The Sarnia Sting were victorious Sunday afternoon, beating the Sudbury Wolves 5-2 as they ended their three game road trip on a high note.
Sarnia has come out on top in the International Challenge (very large city) category of this year’s Communities in Bloom competition.
A group of 10 residents and two staff members from Rosewood Manor took a trip to Sarnia’s Imperial Theatre Sept.
The Sarnia Sting fell short to the North Bay Battalion Friday night by a score of 5-4 at the Memorial Gardens.
A social justice group at Lambton College plans to hold an “open forum” all-candidates debate at Lambton College on September 24.
A chain reaction collision involving three transport trucks had Lambton OPP close the westbound lanes of Hwy.
PetSmart Sarnia store manager Christie Wessner is expecting lots of smiles this weekend as she and her staff celebrate National Adoption Weekend in partnership with area shelters.
Wine and art. Even if you like one or the other, Paul Kearney has an opportunity you won’t want to miss—a First Annual Wine Tasting & Art Auction in support of Harmony for Youth, a well-known local charity.
Sarnia Police have two men, age 26 and 34, and are looking for a third in connection with a drug warrant executed Wednesday (September 9) in the 1400 block of Christina Street North.
Sarnia Police, Sarnia Fire and Rescue along with EMS responded to a two vehicle collision on Murphy Road just before 6 a.m.
Sarnia Police they are continuing to investigate a home invasion that occurred last Friday morning in the 200 block of Indian Road.
Two careless driving charges and four charges of disobeying a road closed sign were issued within a half hour period Wednesday morning, say Sarnia Police.
The 175-year history of the Sarnia Fire Department is being researched for a new book, according to Ron RealeSmith of the Sarnia Historical Society.
Labour Day Weekend heralded the third annual Festival Of Good Things at the Sarnia Bay Marina, this time with added rainbows.
It’s been 20 years since several members of the Royal Canadian Legion in Wyoming, which had bought a parcel of land across the street from its then-new hall on Erie Street, got the idea that a good use of the property might be to build a senior’s residence.
Organizations and individuals with an idea for a heritage, arts, or culture-related project are again invited to apply for funding from Lambton’s Creative County Fund.
Bowlers from across Ontario will be competing for the opportunity of being crowned the Ontario Novice Pairs Lawn Bowling Champions at the Sarnia Lawn Bowling Club this coming weekend.
The Sarnia Police Service responded to 225 calls for service during the Labour Day long weekend.
The Sarnia Sting were unable to return the favour on Saturday night at the RBC Centre, ultimately dropping game two of a home-and-home against the Knights by a score of 3-1.