Sarnia Police say they executed three search warrants on Thursday and Friday (March 19 and 20), resulting in the seizure of some 570 grams of methamphetamine as well as hydromorphone and dilaudid pills.
Everyone has fallen victim to an April Fools’ Day joke before, whether it be plastic wrap on the toilet or a door knob covered in Vaseline.
The Sarnia Sting came oh so close to tieing up their Ontario Hockey League playoff series with the Erie Otters on Tuesday night.
Pets are a big part of many peoples lives and this makes it all the more difficult to lose them, that’s why Robinson’s Veterinary Clinic hosted the second book signing for Audrey Stringer’s novel “Buddy’s Life Lessons: My Paw Prints on Grief and Loss” from 2:00 until 4:00 on Friday (March 27) afternoon.
Lambton Shield and the sponsors of the inaugural Mackenzie Volunteer Prize are getting ready to celebrate what it means to give of the time, energy and enthusiasm displayed by so many of our friends and neighbours in our community.
A quarterly industry magazine focused on the downstream energy market is calling Sarnia a “Petrochemical Paradise” in its March 2015 issue.
Take away three minutes early in the second period and the Sarnia Sting could have, and probably should have beaten the Erie Otters Sunday night.
The Sarnia Legionnaires suffered a crushing loss Thursday. Coach Dan Rose’s Western Jr.
The Original Rack n Roll Pool League THE “ORIGINAL” RACK~N~ROLL MON.
Carol-Lynn Chambers knows a thing or two about working in a male dominated industry.
Opening Segment: ‘ICE QUEEN’ Released from custody! Mackenzie Volunteer Prize update.
Three local urologists are hosting a free educational event to help patients and their families deal with prostate health issues, The March 30 event, to be held from 6 p.m.
Lambton County Council has approved a net 2.52 per cent increase to the County levy and a $188 million budget for 2015.
David McPhail, a retired school teacher and principal, has received his green light for running as a candidate for the Liberal Party of Canada in Sarnia-Lambton.
The inaugural Mackenzie Volunteer Prize, a Lambton County-wide initiative that will put $2,000 cash in the hands of one organization (and $200 cash for each of five finalists), is coming together, with approximately 50 nominations already having been made and the possibility of more to come in the final two weeks before the deadline of March 31, 2015.
By JULIE JENKINS Spring has sprung! It’s a wet and rainy season and a time of the year when one of the most forgotten systems in our house gets the most use.