Among the hundreds of Sarnia residents spread out in City parks Saturday morning were several at Rainbow Park, located just north of Imperial Oil’s loading facility on Christina Street South.
Sarnia Police are asking for the assistance of the public in identifying a man wanted for robbery.
“This world’s gone to the dogs!” a Rosewood Manor resident exclaims, describing rather accurately a special moment for a faithful volunteer.
In only a few short years, Lambton College’s Power Engineering Technology – Chemical (PETC) program has managed to distinguish itself as an industry leader for its ability to produce 3rd Class qualified operators.
Lambton’s Creative County Fund is advancing a total of $50,900 to 10 locally-based cultural, arts, and heritage projects through its 2015 intake.
In the year 2012 there were 977 workplace related fatalities across the country, according to the association of Workers’ Compensation Boards in Canada, and this number only covers those who were able to receive compensation benefits.
Mark Davis has been named the new head coach of the Sarnia Legionnaires.
A man being sought by Sarnia Police in connection with a hit-and-run incident last August was arrested at about 1 p.m.
OPINION/ANALYSIS By DAVID LAVENDER The recent collapse of the proposal to develop the former SGH site appears to be a sad commentary on the ability of all parties to come to a reasonable agreement to achieve a benefit for all concerned.
Sarnia Police are releasing surveillance video and a photo in an attempt to identify a suspect involved in break and enters.