Posts Tagged ‘sarnia news’

Jared Fedora hopes to be sitting in Council seat come this fall

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Local resident Jared Fedora added his name to the ballot for city councillor for the upcoming municipal election. “I feel that it’s time for a fresh face, a fresh perspective on City Council” Fedora says. He’s quick to add that the city has changed – even over the past four years – noting that many [...]

Sarnia Police unsuccessful in pursuit of driver of stolen truck

Sarnia Police say the driver of a black pickup truck that was being pursued on Saturday (July 19) ended up evading an officer who had stopped the vehicle for having improper plates. The incident began just before 11 p.m. in the 1600 block of London Line when the vehicle pulled out of a motel parking [...]

A ‘return to scene of the (first) crime’ results in arrest

When a 45-year-old man stole more than $500 in merchandise from a local business last Wednesday (July 16), his image was captured on surveillance video. Then on Monday (July 21), he returned to the same store, again with theft on his mind. But this time the staff of the business, recognizing the thief, were able [...]

Twin Lakes Terrace team recognized for contributions to community

Twin Lakes Terrace hosts its annual appreciation and staff awards barbecue.

By LISA BAILEY Close to 30 members of Twin Lakes Terrace’s team were recognized recently for their contributions and commitment to the long-term care community. The annual staff appreciation and service awards barbecue took place on Monday, June 16 in the backyard of the Sarnia long-term care home. They enjoyed the sunshine as well as sandwiches made [...]

Sarnia’s ‘SEE’ office supporting Women’s Interval Home with BBQ fundraiser this Friday

Pictured, from left, are Alyssa Cosford, Krystle Kernick, Jamie Richardson, and Sarah Sonier.

The staff at Sarnia Eye, Esthetics and Lasik Clinic will be putting on the aprons and grabbing the flippers at a charity barbecue in support of the Women’s Interval Home in Sarnia. The event takes place this Friday (July 18) at 1298 Exmouth Street with all proceeds going to support the Women’s Interval Home. The [...]

Watchful neighbour key to a robbery in progress falling short

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Sarnia Police say a watchful neighbour was able to foil a robbery in progress in the 200 block of Bright Street Monday evening (July 14) The home being robbed was vacant when the neighbour observed two men at the rear sliding door around 9 p.m. The neighbour called Sarnia Police who responded and arrested two [...]

Sarnia Police seize ‘large quantities’ of marijuana in apartment raid

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Sarnia Police say officers executed a search warrant on an apartment in the 100 block of George Street Tuesday, seizing what is described as a large quantity of cannabis marijuana with a street value of $4,330. The raid, which took place about 5:30 p.m., resulted in the arrest of the resident. He was held for [...]

The story of a Trade Unionist and how making a difference is ‘part of the job’

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(Editor’s Note: Mark Mathewson is president of Unifor Local 848 (Shell Canada). In his role as a member of the Sarnia-District Labour Council, he was approached to write this contribution for LambtonShield.com and took the approach you’ll read below. We welcome any and all contributions to LambtonShield.com, especially those like this one that contribute to [...]

Sarnia Police say incident shows that ‘weapons, drugs, stolen property go hand in hand’

A search of a Queen Street apartment last Friday has resulted in the seizure of drugs, weapons and stolen property as well as the arrest of two individuals, say Sarnia Police. One was a 37-year-old resident of the premises who faces various charges, including possession of drugs, weapons and stolen property. A 26-year-old woman, who [...]

Finishing well, prostate cancer patient raises $5k for research

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When Don Wells arrived on his e-bike at the Sarnia Walmart parking lot on Saturday, he was almost home having nearly finished his “Journey of Hope” that began June 28 in his hometown of Wallaceburg. He now lives in Port Lambton. Later that day, Wells, who is journeying through prostate cancer (he is stage 4), [...]