Posts Tagged ‘sarnia news’

Sarnia Police seek help in identifying suspect seen on surveillance video

Sarnia Police are seeking the help of the public in identifying what they believe to be a suspect in a break in that occurred at a business in the 100 block of East Street North that occurred October 13 at about 5 a.m. The video can be seen below: Police say the suspect can be seen […]

Planning request for using church as funeral chapel is tabled until mid-December

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A request by the prospective owner of a church property to operate a satellite office of a Forest-based funeral home has been tabled until concerns over parking and lighting are addressed. Gilpin Funeral Home, which has plans to purchase what is currently a church owned by the Jehovah’s Witnesses on Errol Road West, would, if […]

Grieving mom and sister-in-law seeking help for suicide prevention drop-in centre

Derek Bauer's sister-in-law Sarah Ingles (left) and his mother, Teresa Ingles, have set up a foundation to help prevent suicides like that of Derek Bauer that occurred in August.

When Teresa Ingles lost her 17-year-old son Deker Bauer to suicide in August, it was obviously a heart-breaking situation. But she and Deker sister-in-law, Sarah Ingles, are determined not to let his death and the circumstances surrounding it go unnoticed or unanswered. One big step in that direction is the formation of a foundation in his name—the Deker Bauer […]

Rotary TV Auction set to air this upcoming Sunday, online bidding available now

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Members of the Rotary Club of Sarnia are once again hard at work as they prepare for their annual TV Auction, which will be aired this upcoming Sunday (November 16) on TVCOGECO Sarnia Cable 6 from 2 p.m. to 9 p.m. But bidders for the dozens of products and services online now can register and bid […]

Stolen vehicle pulls up to stop sign, alert officer takes notice and makes arrest

Sometimes you just get lucky. So it appears was the case when a vehicle pulled up to a stop sign this past Sunday (November 9) and was noticed by the officer who just the previous day had received a report of the Jeep Wrangler being stolen. The officer pulled up beside the Jeep and saw […]

Sarnia Police report light weekend with only 129 calls for service

Sarnia Police report a quiet weekend responding to 129 calls for service. Sarnia Police also conducted nine traffic stops for various traffic violations. The 129 calls include: 10 – 911 Hang-up Calls 2 – Alarm Calls 2 – Break and Enters 10 – Disturb the Peace Calls 14 – Domestic/Family Disputes 12 – Motor Vehicle Collisions […]

Sarnia Police asking for help in its investigation of crash

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The Sarnia Police Service Traffic Division is investigating a motor vehicle collision that occurred on October 30, 2014 at Michigan Line east of Modeland Road at the sharp bend in the road. Police say a vehicle travelling south bound drove though the south guard rail leaving behind extensive debris and fleeing the scene. The incident […]

Northern students get in the ‘virtual’ picture as they scout out career choices

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Zac Grennan, a grade 12 student at Northern Collegiate in Sarnia, may not yet know what his career plans will entail, but the 17 year old took a small step forward earlier this week by participating in a fun photo exercise sponsored by Lambton College. Grennan took part in the “Picture Your Future” promotion at Northern […]

Lambton College staff, students take a walk as part of ‘Unleash the Stress’ week

Newly elected City/County Councillor Brian White (centre) participated in a walk down London Road from Lambton College on Thursday, part of "Unleash the Stress" week at the school.—photos courtesy Danielle Cooper.

Sometimes it’s the little things that count. Like a walk from the Lambton College bridge entrance and down London Road to the Metro Plaza and back, all to show solidarity in “breaking the silence and stigma” concerning mental health issues. The initiative, the second annual of its kind, took place Thursday morning and was part […]

MADD reminds us all—there’s NO time to drink and drive

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Every year, volunteers with Mothers Against Drunk Driving erect their “Cross Display” to bring to mind the devastating effects driving while under the influence can have on Canadians. This year is no different—other than the venue, of course. Lambton College has made it possible for the display to be at one of Sarnia’s highest traffic […]