Posts Tagged ‘lambton county’
Lambton OPP say they are investigating the theft of electrical supply cords that were cut and stolen from trailers at an Arkona campground. The 10-gauge cords, each about 25 feet in length and with an amperage reading of 30-50, were stolen sometime between march 18 and March 31 of this year.
Aside from the fact that rabies is a fatal, viral disease spread by the saliva of an infected animal (such as a dog, cat, fox, racoon, bat or livestock), the County of Lambton's Community Health Services department is making it easy and cost-effective for owners of dogs or cats to get a vaccination shot. Cost [...]
Lambton OPP say someone broke into a residence in the 5000 block of Lambton Line in Dawn-Euphemia on Monday afternoon, stealing an assortment of jewellery, a 47-inch flat screen Samsung TV and a Canon 40D camera. The loss is estimated at over $8,000.
Lambton OPP say they are investigating a break, enter and theft that occurred sometime in early February of 2013 at a residence in the 5000 block of Douglas Line in Plympton-Wyoming. Unknown person or persons gained entry by breaking a basement window and once inside stole four Remington shotguns and an Ithaca Rifle. [...]
Easter long weekend is one of the busiest traffic weekends on Ontario’s roads and highways and Lambton OPP says its officers will be doing their part to ensure everyone gets to their destination safely. Police will be on the lookout for motorists who drive while impaired by alcohol or drugs, are distracted or driving aggressively, [...]
Lambton OPP say a traffic stop in the area of Hubbard Line and Lakeshore Road in Plympton-Wyoming on Saturday afternoon (March 23) led to the discovery of what police believed to be marijuana. Two Sarnia men, aged 32 and 29, will appear in a Sarnia court on April 29 to answer to the charges [...]
Lambton OPP have charged a 55-year-old Detroit man after he allegedly attempted to enter Canada in the early hours of last Friday while impaired. The driver, who was first stopped by Canada Border Service Agency officers, will appear in a Sarnia court to answer to the impaired driving charge.
A two-day juried art exhibition and sale is heading to Centennial Park this summer and organizers have issued their "call for entry" to artists interested in participating. ARTZscape by the Bay will be held Saturday, August 3 and Sunday, August 4, with proceeds going to benefit programs of Pathways Health Centre for Children. Organizers are [...]
The Lambton Student Nutrition Program is hosting a Lunch 'N' Learn where tips on raising and educating healthy children will be shared. "Raising Healthy Kids: Mind and Body" will be held Wednesday, April 17 at the Best Western Guildwood Inn in Point Edward. Luciana Rosu-Sieza and Mia Tannous of Bulimia Anorexia Nervosa Association (BANA) will [...]
A planned protest of a proposed pipeline reversal project may not change the hearts and minds of the people on the National Energy Board who will ultimately decide whether oil flows from west to east, but it will impact the paycheques of contract workers who have been told not to show up for work this [...]