Posts Tagged ‘sarnia news’

Rotary Club of Sarnia Bluewaterland celebrates 24 years

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The Rotary Club of Sarnia Bluewaterland was chartered 24 years ago today (December 17, 1990) and members of the Club, which meets at 7 a.m. Wednesdays at the Sarnia Golf & Curling Club, celebrated that fact this morning with a photo. Pictured (from left) are charter members Don Waters, Tim Fletcher, Jean Cowper, Henry Kulik […]

Sarnia approves rezoning to allow funeral chapel on former church property

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Sarnia City Council has decided to grant a re-zoning application that will see a Forest-based funeral provider to open a satellite office near Lakeview Cemetery after it buys a facility currently being used as a Kingdom Hall for Jehovah’s Witnesses. The Errol Road West property has a sale agreement to Gilpin Funeral Homes that was […]

Sarnia Police asking for help in locating mother and three-year-old son

Sarnia Police say they are looking for a missing 32-year-old mother and her three-year-old son, both of whom have been missing since Thursday (December 11). In a media release issued Sunday, Sarnia Police say Stephanie Hardy and her son, Matthew Chopp, both from the Sarnia area, may be travelling in a blue 2005 Hyundai Santa […]

Sarnia Police urging people to ‘lock up’ with reports of suspicious activity

Reports of a man attempting to enter cars in the Lincoln Park Avenue and Watson Street area have Sarnia Police reminding citizens to lock their vehicles at all times and to report any suspicious activity. Police were called to the area but were unable to locate the suspect.  

Sarnia Police requesting assistance in solving break-in

Sarnia Police are seeking the help of the public as they continue to investigate a Maria Street break-in that occurred Monday morning (December 8). Taken during the crime were a television, laptop computer and a pink safe weighing several hundred pounds. The safe is said to have contained a large amount of cash (saved for […]

Sarnia Police responds to 149 calls for service over weekend

Sarnia Police Service responded to 149 calls for service during the first weekend of December 2014. The calls include: 3 – 911 hang Up Calls 12 – Alarm Calls 4 – Break and Enters 7 – Bail Violations 8 – Disturb the Peace 8 – Domestic/Family Disputes 10 – Motor Vehicle Collisions 13 – Noise […]

Consultant’s report on arena management strategy receiving positive reviews

A consultant’s report on the City of Sarnia arena management strategy appears to have won over a few previous critics. A document delivered on Wednesday by Monteith Brown Planning Consultants seem to confirm what a group of users had been saying for most of the year–that revenue was being too heavily weighted over some other […]

Giving Tuesday movement kicks off in support of 26 local charities

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A movement that began south of the border has kicked off with flash mobs and a flurry of social media activity that organizers hope will gain traction–and donations–for the 26 local charities involved. Giving Tuesday Sarnia-Lambton (online at www.sarnialambtongives.ca) officially launched—yes—on Tuesday. “We think Sarnia-Lambton is the most giving community,” said Anita Minielly of the […]

Sarnia Police respond to 154 calls for service over weekend

One can only hope the 21 calls related to domestic/family disputes over the weekend can only be statistical “blip” on the radar of Sarnia Police Service. Police answered a total of 154 calls for service during the last weekend of November 2014, including 16 traffic stops for various traffic violations. A total of eight people were arrested […]

Sarnia City Council holds inaugural meeting

Sarnia Mayor MIke Bradley presented outgoing Council members Jim Foubister, Terry Burrell and Jon McEachran with a framed photograph, taken by Chris Hadfield on the International Space Station. It was the first time the photograph has been publicly seen.

Three new Sarnia City Council members were sworn in Monday morning (December 1), along with those re-elected in the October 27 municipal election. The inaugural meeting, which also saw Mayor Mike Bradley (also re-elected) taking the oath of office, was also an opportunity to recognize outgoing councillors Terry Burrell and Jim Foubister (both defeated in the […]