Posts Tagged ‘St. Clair Township’

A Huge Success: Google’s New Art Project

By Gregory West Most of us could not afford to travel to the great museums on the planet, let alone take tours of the most famous art galleries. That was then and now thanks to Google’s new “Art Project” and their mapping “Street View” technology the doors are now open for us to simply go […]

OPP say weapon found in speeding pick up truck

  A 23-year-old Sarnia man has been charged with a weapons offense following a traffic stop on Kimball Road in St. Clair Township on Sunday afternoon. Lambton OPP say a pick up truck was pulled over for speeding just before 4 pm and the driver was found to have been in possession of a prohibited […]

St. Clair Township traffic stop leads to several charges

  A 30 year old Wallaceburg man faces five charges following a traffic stop on Kimball Road near Stanley Line in St. Clair Township just before noon on Tuesday. After speaking to the driver who is alleged to have been speeding, police determined that he was suspended from driving and that the plates on the […]

Brigden volunteer firefighters get ‘Jaws of Life’ thanks to corporate donation

From St. Clair Beacon Volunteer firefighters from the St. Clair Township Fire Department’s Brigden fire hall now have new extrication tools to use during an emergency. The Brigden station recently received Jaws of Life equipment thanks to a donation of $6,000 through the Enbridge Safe Community Program. The program, now in its third year, provides […]

Moore Community and Recreation Foundation now accepting applications for grants

From St. Clair Beacon The Moore Community and Recreation Foundation, which provides grants to people who care about their community and the environment, is currently accepting applications for funding. Community groups concerned with the promotion and maintenance of neighbourhood parks, recreational facilities, heritage and environmental programs, or community and social programs, may apply for financial assistance […]

St. Clair Township says development charge will help funding of capital projects

From the St. Clair Beacon Council recently held a public meeting pursuant to The Development Charge Act, 1997, regarding proposed development charge rates and policies. At the Feb. 22 meeting of council, Jason Bevon of Hemson Consulting Ltd. presented the Development Charges Background Study for council’s consideration and the new development charge by-law was approved. […]

Arson a problem in St. Clair Township says Crime Stoppers

  In its most recent "Crime of the Week" bulletin, Sarnia-Lambton Crime Stoppers is shining a light on arson in our area. It says over the past two years, Lambton County has experienced an inordinate number of arsons; most in St. Clair Township Program Coordinator, OPP Detective Constable Mark Dew says arson is a very […]

St. Clair Township accident sends three people to hospital

  Three people were taken to hospital as a result of a two-vehicle collision at the intersection of Lasalle Line and Mandaumin Road on Monday around 7 p.m. Lambton OPP say the injuries are described as non life-threatening. Police say they continue to investigate the identities of those involved and the cause of the accident.

Corunna Legion hosts jam sessions last Saturday of the month

The Royal Canadian Legion Corunna Branch 447, at the intersection of Albert and Beckwith Streets, hosts an open jam session with Jim and Friends at 3 p.m. on the last Saturday of each month. Everyone is welcome to come out and play, sing or just listen to some great local talent.. Upcoming jam sessions are […]

Enbridge donation will give St. Clair firefighters technology to do their job

St. Clair Township firefighters will soon be fighting fires with more than just hoses and water. A substantial donation from Enbridge Pipelines Inc. will be used to acquire rugged new laptop computers that will be installed in the St. Clair Township Fire Department’s three command vehicles. The computers will allow firefighters to access vital information […]