A seasonal ban on overnight parking in the City of Sarnia takes effect on Sunday and will continue until April 30, 2016.
Author Archives: J.D. Booth
J.D. Booth, our Publisher/Editor, has extensive experience in journalism and corporate communications. A resident of the Sarnia area since 1985, he has worked in industry and media. He was the founding editor and principal writer for a business oriented magazine between 2002 and 2006.
It continues to be an adventure, nearly five years after Lambton Shield debuted as an online news source for Sarnia and Lambton County.
Scott Palko says he and his fellow organizers at the inaugural Revelree Music Festival are gearing up for what they hope will be the next Bayfest, the perennial event that went into hiatus just before Centennial Park closed in 2013.
How do you prove the unprovable? It’s a question that has particular relevance to Joanne Doyle, a 51-year-old Sarnia woman who has visible evidence of her being a victim of the effects of Thalidomide, a drug originally approved for use by pregnant women in Canada to alleviate the symptoms of morning sickness.
Every day starting at 6 p.m., more than 800 people receive an e-mail we call “The Daily Brief,” a summary with links to every story we publish in the last 24 hours.
The drama around the sale of Bayside Mall appears to be over—or at least entering a new season—with the finalization of its purchase on Thursday.
Several organizations have been recognized for providing an exceptional, inclusive environment and shopping experience for people with disabilities.
Certainly, Ravi Srinivasan and his team at the upcoming inaugural South Western International Film Festival have a tagline for their November 5-8 event in downtown Sarnia—”Come See the World.” But looking beyond what promises to be a spectacular four days from both a movie goer’s (and movie maker’s) perspective the organizers have a vision for SWIFF.
City Council has rebuffed an effort by several residents of Echo Road to have their street placed on a priority for repaving.
Editor’s note: Story reflects correction to original story in that Mayor Bradley RESPECTED but did NOT SUPPORT decision of City Council to pursue Court-sanctioned closure of men’s shelter.