Posts Tagged ‘St. Clair Township’
It would appear the “no thanks” was sufficient to re-route tons of toxic waste originating from the infamous Love Canal dump near Niagara Falls, N.Y., that was headed to the Clean Harbors facility in St. Clair Township. A series of e-mails forwarded by Sarnia Mayor Mike Bradley and subsequently by County Warden Bev MacDougall confirmed […]
Lambton OPP is continuing its investigations of two stolen vehicles, one that occurred Tuesday late afternoon in St. Clair Township and another early Wednesday morning in Lambton Shores that was involved in a single vehicle crash. In Tuesday’s incident, which occurred around 5 p.m., OPP had been notified of a stolen Ford F-350 truck that […]
Lambton OPP say they responded to two separate reports of a residential break and enter in the last couple of days, one in Forest early Sunday morning (July 13) and another in St. Clair Township on Monday. The Forest incident, on Queen Street, involved the homeowner being woken to a noise in the home and […]
Lambton OPP would like to speak to anyone who may have witnessed a vehicle fire on Smith Line near Kimball Road on Friday morning (August 30). The incident, which occurred around 8:30 a.m., involved a Dodge pickup truck, reportedly stolen from Courtright around 6:45 a.m.. There was no one in the vehicle when St. Clair […]
Lambton OPP and St. Clair Firefighters responded to a single motor vehicle collision on August 12, 2013 just before 9:00 p.m. A Dodge truck had been southbound on highway 40 near Bickford Line when it left the roadway and settled in the east side ditch. As a result of the ensuing investigation, the 61-year-old driver, a […]
Lambton OPP say they are investigating a report of a woman who said she was assaulted by a hitchhiker she picked up on St. Clair Parkway near La Salle Line on Saturday around 7:30 p.m. The woman, who said the man fled the scene, was taken to Bluewater Health for treatment of a minor injury […]
Haley McKinlay, a student at Corunna's Col. Cameron Public School, did her part to promote the local Operation Christmas Tree buy collecting some $124 in Canadian Tire money from friends and the coffee club at Thompson Gardens. She then bought toys for Operation Christmas Tree.
Optimist Club of Moore President Mary Lou Abrams presents the final payment cheque to St. Clair Township Mayor Steve Arnold. The $160,000.00 Splash Pad cost was shared equally by the Optimist Club of Moore and St. Clair Township. Also pictured at left is club Treasurer Lorne Powell and, at far right, Past President Fred Strickland.
Sometime over the weekend, a vehicle left unattended at a St Clair Parkway parking lot north of Corunna was entered. Stolen was $200 in gift cards. Three were described as $50 Visa gift cards, and two $25 American Express cards. There are no suspects, say Lambton OPP. Vehicle owners are reminded to always lock […]
Lambton OPP arrested an 18-year-old Barrie teen Sunday and had his vehicle impounded for 7 days and his license suspended for the same period following a traffic stop on Highway 40. Police said at around 5:15 p.m. on Apr. 22 an officer from the West Region Highway Enforcement Team was conducting speed enforcement on Highway […]