Priyank Patel won last year’s Best of Senior Division award for his “A Novel Approach to Energy Generation and Storage: Axial Flux Generators and Supercapacitors.” There was a time when the annual science fair was a part of the calendar at every school, but those days are long gone.
The Sarnia Police Service responded to 135 calls for service over the past weekend.
Mike Service, general manager of Bayside Centre, came to Monday’s meeting of the Rotary Club of Sarnia with more than a new set of colour renderings.
Organizers of Lambton’s “Doors Open” are reaching out to owners of unique heritage sites to participate in this year’s event.
Recent resignations of two senior City staff appear to at the core of a motion brought by Brian White at Monday’s Sarnia City Council meeting.
It wasn’t audible, but there appeared to be a collective “sigh of relief” once things got going at Monday afternoon’s meeting of Sarnia City Council.
Two of Sarnia’s best-known technology companies have merged under the Leadwave Technologies Inc.
Best Cynical Bobbism (not published): My cynical friend, who wishes to remain anonymous (Bob), asks, have you ever noticed that self-proclaimed White Supremacists never look or sound that supreme when you see them on TV?
With some four of the City of Sarnia’s five unionized worker groups due for a renewed contract by the end of 2016, a proposal that would have seen the municipality unilaterally cutting post-retirement benefits appears to be heading for those negotiations.
OPINION: By Chris Burley Sarnia Collegiate Institute and Technical School or SCITS as we all know it, is on the chop block of the Lambton Kent District School Board.