The Sting scored early and often on Thursday night at the Peterborough Memorial Centre; downing the Petes by a score of 6-1 and improving to 8-2-1-0 on the season.
The Sting opened the scoring with an early goal from Jordan Kyrou, but it was to no avail as Sarnia saw its 3 game win streak come to a halt as they fell to the Generals 5-2.
Representatives of the Sarnia Horticultural Society were at Germain Park on Friday to formally announce the receipt of a 150th Birthday Canada Celebration Garden package containing 500 “Red Impression” and 500 “White Hakuun” bulbs, now planted at the Golden Hawk monument.
- Mayor’s direct communication with City staff now cut off
- Hub project at Sarnia-Lambton Rebound looking for a logo
- Dream Home is now open for viewing
- Sarnia Historical Society meeting will feature ‘lost—now found’ Canatara binders
- City staffer refutes Bradley’s ‘letter to people’
- Sarnia selected as ‘150th Birthday Celebration Garden’ recipient
The Noelle’s Gift Foundation, named for a Sarnia schoolteacher who was killed in January 2013, has donated $30,000 to be shared between the St.
The Sarnia Sting are on the road for back to back games this week after earning four of a possible six points last weekend, beating the IceDogs 5-4 on the road following a tough 7-2 loss in Erie the night before.
Dean Hodgson always knew that the nine binders that detail the history of Canatara Park existed and for many years he has been on the hunt to track them down.
Two Sarnia City Council decisions coming out of an October 6, 2016 in camera meeting have now been fully implemented with Mayor Mike Bradley essentially forbidden to have any direct communication with City staff, excluding the Mayor’s executive assistant and the secretary of the Sarnia Police Services Board, which Bradley chairs.
Organizational dreams at Sarnia-Lambton Rebound for “The Hub,” a one-stop, multi-service location for youth aged 16-24, appear to be taking shape with the most recent sign being the launch of a logo design project.
When Carolyn Vandersluis purchased About Face and Body: Laser & Wellness Clinic, she knew that the business’s strong community support came from the education, experience and care of her staff.
Opening Segment: Nic Swales at The Station Music Hall opening for Doc Walker Sarnia Sting updates.
The Kinsmen Club of Sarnia is hoping members of the community will help out in defraying the costs of its annual Santa Claus Parade of Lights.
The Sarnia Lambton Workforce Development Board is organizing an opportunity for job seekers and organizations needing employees in the health care field to get together.
The Judith & Norman Alix Foundation has announced a total of $166,510 to be divided among three projects aimed at benefitting the Lambton County community.
Opening Segment: Sarnia Sting back in the game. The Entertainment Scene: Rock of Ages is coming to the Imperial Theatre, Sarnia ON.
“It was a lot of fun.” Perhaps predictably, that was the verdict from Sarnia Oktoberfest organizer Chris Lewis following the two day (and second annual) event.
Over the course of the weekend the Sarnia Police Service responded to approximately 190 calls for service.