Sarnia Police Service answered 127 calls for service from Friday December 19 through to December 22, 2014.
About a year after they first began looking, Sarnia Police say they are hoping members of the public will be able to help them locate a man who has been missing for nearly two years.
Sarnia City Council, after initially rejecting a new contract deal with 125 firefighters, has said yes to a three-year deal that is already a year old.
While much of the details are still very much open for discussion, five local developers who hope to transform the former Sarnia General Hospital property on Mitton Street got their chance to at least present some very healthy hints as to what they have in mind if they are able to get zoning approvals for the purchase.
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.
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.
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).
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.
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).
Sarnia Police Service responded to 149 calls for service during the first weekend of December 2014.