A new concert series is coming to Sarnia’s Centennial Park. Bluewater Borderfest has announced three-quarters of the artist set to play at the July 28 and 29 concert series.
Robert Swayze, the Integrity Commissioner on retainer by the City of Sarnia, is recommending that City Council dock Mayor Mike Bradley’s pay for two weeks after coming into conflict with the Council’s Code of Conduct.
The Sarnia Sting will host its second Annual Charity Golf Tournament in support of Pathways Health Centre for Children on July 20 at Huron Oaks Golf Course.
Municipalities in Sarnia-Lambton hoping to improve their water infrastructure have been approved for over $5.4 million from the Federal government and more than $2.7 million from the Province under the Canada-Ontario Clean and Waste Water Fund (CWWF).
At first, martial arts and metalworking may seem to be unrelated hobbies, but martial arts is what introduced Kyle Doan, founder of Raven’s Hammer and Forge, to the craft of blacksmithing.
Canatara Park will soon be under video surveillance. Surveillance cameras will be installed in consultation with Sarnia Police Service in order to maximize crime prevention, according to a May 25 news release from the city.
Rich Bouchard wanted to share the unique stories behind local businesses and community organizations and decided a hardcover book would be the best way to immortalize the tales.
College can be hard, but some may say applying for the Ontario Student Assistance Program (OSAP) is even harder.
The City of Sarnia and Suncor Energy have announced a naming rights agreement for the new outdoor stage and gathering area within the restored Centennial Park.
The brand new carriage house at the Children’s Animal Farm is almost ready to open.