Posts Tagged ‘sarnia news’

Sarnia Police deal with two impaired drivers on Sunday

It was early Sunday morning (November 15) when Sarnia Police got the call—someone creating noise with the revving of their engine in a parking lot at Finch and Wellington. The man at the wheel of the parked car, a 27-year-old Sarnia man, wasn’t driving but was “in control” of the vehicle and he’d clearly been […]

NOVA donates $10k to support City’s recycling efforts

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When Rob Thompson heard that the City of Sarnia was looking for help to defray the costs of providing recycling boxes to new residents, it caught his ears. “We’re one of the world’s biggest makers of plastics and the idea of supporting recycling efforts fits extremely well with our business and our goal of increasing recycling […]

Sarnia Police report another relatively light weekend

Sarnia Police Service responded to 116 calls for service this past weekend and conducted 19 traffic stops for various traffic violations. The 116 calls include: 5 – 911 Hang Up Calls 6 – Alarm Calls 2 – Disturb the Peace Calls 13 – Domestic/Family Disputes 7 – Motor Vehicle Collisions 9 – Noise Complaints

Sarnia Police drug search results in four arrests, multiple charges

Sarnia Police say a drug search ate a residence in the 100 block of Mayfair Drive has resulted in the arrest of several people on a variety of charges, including possession for the purpose of trafficking and breaching undertaking and breaching probation. The search took place early on Thursday (November 13). During the search, seven […]

Fairwinds Lodge celebrates Remembrance Day and birthday wishes for 101-year-old resident

Sarnia Mayor Mike Bradley delivered best wishes to Mary Gardiner on her 101st birthday.

Fairwinds Lodge, an independent living retirement community at 1218 Michigan Ave., was a wonderful place for remembrance on November 11, says Kerry Belliveau, the facility’s community relations director. Many veterans were in full uniform and sharing their war times stories with other residents and family members. A special service was held In the atrium at Fairwinds for […]

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 […]