Saturday’s annual Bluewater Triathlon drew an enthusiastic crowd, with bikers, swimmers and runners taking part in the event, which began on the Bright’s Grove waterfront.
Gordon Laschinger who continues to assert that he is the “sole owner” of Bayside Centre, is now accusing his former partner of diverting at least $245,000 of funds derived from a $3.5 million mortgage, intended to fund the $1.7 million purchase price as well as improvements to Bayside, to unrelated properties in Windsor.
A local suicide prevention organization has been selected as a beneficiary of a fundraising event this Sunday (July 24, 2016) at jackpot City Gaming Entertainment in Sarnia.
The Ontario Municipal Board has put its stamp of approval on a settlement reached between the City of Sarnia and Sifton Properties Limited on a proposed development in the area of Modeland Road and Michigan Ave.
Students enrolled in Lambton College’s Developmental Services Worker program are hosting their first ever summer day camp for individuals with developmental disabilities.
The future can be excitingly promising for a student after graduation, if one makes a plan that is achievable.
Sarnia Transit and Unconquered Sun, which is owned by Bluewater Power, are testing the technology behind solar-powered transit shelters as part of a six-month project that includes two of the installations on Exmouth Street.
Mike Bradley has had his pay related to his duties as Mayor of Sarnia suspended for 90 days.
Sarnia City Council is being asked by the City’s Integrity Commissioner to suspend Mayor Mike Bradley’s pay for 90 days after complaints received from two former senior staff and an investigation that called into question the Mayor’s behaviour as it relates to the City’s Code of Conduct.
A settlement of a dispute between the City of Sarnia and the developer of a 10.6 hectare (26.4 acre) piece of land at Modeland Road and Michigan Avenue has been proposed.