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The Enbridge solar project in Sarnia has been chosen as one of three finalists for the renewable/sustainable energy Project of the Year by Oklahoma-based Power Enginerring Magazine. The local project is up against solar projects in California and Florida. The winner will be announced on Dec. 12.
A five-year-old Sarnia boy who was struck by a vehicle this week has died. Police say Haiden Dugas passed away in a London hospital from injuries suffered when he was hit on Campbell Street, near Samuel, on Wednesday afternoon just before 4:30. The traffic division continues to investigate.
Sarnia Police says 47-year-old mother charged on drugs charges released on bail; sons still in custody
Sarnia Police Service is saying a 47-year-old mother that was arrested after a Vice Branch Drug Warrant has been released from custody. Jane Elizabeth McNevan was released yesterday (Wednesday, Sept. 28) on a recognizance of bail and will appear in court again on Oct. 17, 2011. McNevan's two sons, 20-year-old Brandon and 22-year-old Sheldon, [...]
A five-year-old boy has been transported to hospital in London after being struck by vehicle on Campbell Street near Samuel Street on Wednesday afternoon. Sarnia Police say its investigation indicates that a vehicle driven by a 45-year-old Corunna woman struck the boy just before 4:30. Police say the seriousness of the boy's condition required [...]
Sarnia Police say a 50-year-old Sarnia man, currently living in Oil Springs, is in custody at Sarnia Police Service and will face charges of Attempted Robbery, Utter Threats to Cause Death, Assault with a Weapon (knife) and Dangerous Driving after two incidents in Sarnia Tuesday (Sept. 27). The accused, who was arrested with the assistance [...]
The Sarnia Police Service says even almost a month into the new school year, complaints are continuing to come in about motorists disobeying the rules of the road when it comes to school buses. Constable Heather Emmons said motorists have a legal obligation under the Highway Traffic Act to stop for a school bus. "Some [...]
Sarnia Police has identified the man killed on the Murphy Rd./Highway 402 overpass Sept. 23 as 28-year-old Ryan William Lavender. Police are emphasizing that the incident is NOT a hit and run but are looking for the middle-aged male driver of another vehicle that was said to be also travelling on Murphy Road around the same [...]
Inn of the Good Shepherd plans ‘Harvest Dinner’ next Wednesday, coinciding with Thanksgiving Food Drive
Even as the Inn of the Good Shepherd begins its annual Thanksgiving Fall Food Drive next week (with the distribution of bags it hopes members of the community will fill with non-perishable items), the organization is holding a special dinner it hopes to raise money to feed those in need. Next Wednesday, Oct. 5, the [...]
Sarnia Police are investigating a two vehicle collision that occurred in the area of Confederation and Lansdowne just after 7:30 p.m. Monday (Sept. 26). One of the drivers, a 26-year-old male, had his driver's license suspended for blowing an alert on a roadside screening device. The man is also charged with driving without a valid [...]
The Sarnia Police Service is continuing an investigation of a two vehicle collision which took place at about 5:50 pm on Friday 23 September 2011 at Lambton Mall Rd and a private drive north of London Rd. Police say the the collision resulted in four people suffering minor injuries. Investigation thus far shows the driver [...]