The Sarnia Sting opened the 2016-17 Ontario Hockey League campaign with a 4-1 win over the London Knights in front of 3,050 fans on Wednesday night at the Progressive Auto Sales Arena.
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.
The Show with David Burrows #255 Opening Segment: Fun times at The Station Music Hall with The Lazys!
Two resolutions authored by the Sarnia Lambton Chamber of Commerce have been adopted as national policy at the Canadian Chamber of Commerce Annual General Meeting.
Now that the former SCITS and St. Clair Secondary School entities have officially merged into the Great Lakes Secondary School, principal Paul Wiersma says the entire community, including various stakeholder groups, are beginning to take steps to establish a new identity, including the choosing of colours and a mascot.
Sarnia-Lambton Rebound has been awarded one of 22 national grants from the Canadian Women’s Foundation to provide female empowering programming to youth.
Sarnia Police say a 20-year-old man who went to a Colborne Road apartment late Saturday night with the intention of selling some items to an individual he had connected with online was subsequently assaulted by individuals who were subsequently arrested and charged.
Week one of the 2016 United Way of Sarnia-Lambton campaign is now in the books.
Plans to create a local ISP with fibre as its operational backbone are on track, say officials with Bluewater Regional Networks, the local municipally owned operator that’s owned by Bluewater Power.
Greg Spiridonov, a Geographic Information System specialist with Lambton County, is to receive a Letter of Commendation from the Commissioner of the Ontario Provincial Police, specifically recognizing him for his role in the homicide investigation following the death of Noelle Paquette.
The Bluewater Trails organization keeps getting better and better, thanks to volunteers and leadership by people like Tony Barrand, who chairs the City of Sarnia committee.
The International Symphony Orchestra in collaboration with St. Cecilia’s Conservatory of Music is welcoming young (or not so young) string players throughout the county to participate in its String Ensemble.
A proposed redevelopment of Bayside Centre is reportedly being re-evaluated as the result of an out-of-court settlement following a number of weeks’ uncertainty over who actually was in charge of the Sarnia downtown commercial property.
When I was mulling over this week’s column, the word “kindness” kept coming to mind.
Sarnia Police are asking for help in their identification of what is being called a violent assault of a 54-year-old man by another man in the area of Lincoln Park Avenue and Cecil Street in Sarnia on Monday (September 12).
Lambton College has been recognized by the national Big Brothers Big Sisters organization for its longstanding partnership with the organization.
The Show with David Burrows #254 Opening Segment: Sarnia Sting Recap: The Entertainment Scene: The Trews are coming to Sarnia.