Organizers of this summer’s Bluewater International Granfondo event, which took place on Sunday, August 6, have been able to distribute a total of $50,000 to two organizations, Bluewater Health Foundation and St.
Patricia Rozema, who grew up in Sarnia before launching a career as a filmmaker, will be coming “home” to be a featured speaker at the “Famous 5” event (aka “Famou5”) this Friday, September 29, 2017 at the Holiday Inn, 1498 Venetian Blvd., Point Edward.
Reliance commenced their employee campaign with a breakfast and plan to run a number of events during their 10-day campaign.
- Deal for former SGH hospital site now complete
- Chamber taking proactive stand on ‘unacceptable’ changes to tax code
- Two Grand Bend artists coming together for Gallery displays
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- Tara Duff-Cloes continues to deliver value for customers, employees at fabricating shop
- Summer returns to Sarnia with heat warning
It was a balmy 33-degrees outside Progressive Auto Sales Arena on Saturday.
Environment and Climate Change Canada has issued a Heat Warning for Lambton County.
he The former Sarnia General Hospital site came one significant step closer to being removed as an eyesore for the City of Sarnia with the transfer of ownership on Thursday, Sept.
Exciting changes are taking place at the Art Gallery on Main Street in Grand Bend.
Five things to do this Weekend Although September is upon us, summer seems back in Sarnia with Environment Canada reporting 30 degree weather all weekend.
The Pink Ribbon campaign in support of Breast Cancer Awareness kicks off this weekend in Sarnia-Lambton.
Several business owners from a wide range of sectors, including retail, farming, and medicine, gathered on Tuesday for a Sarnia Lambton Chamber of Commerce-hosted event that highlighted the impact proposed changes by the Federal Government would have, not only on their economic livelihood but the entire nation.
Tara Duff-Cloes says she always gravitated toward things mechanical, hanging out with her father, spending time in the shop where she works today as owner/president.
The Show with David Burrows #307 Opening Segment: Sarnia Sting win exhibition game against Windsor Spitfires 5-2.
Sarnia’s Bluewater Trails Committee took time on Saturday Sept. 16) to acknowledge receipt of a federal grant of $110,000, which combined with a matching grant from several local companies, was used to revamp the Howard Watson Nature Trail.
The Rotary Club of Sarnia is once again proving it’s an organization that helps whenever and wherever it can, this time as it reaches out to victims of recent hurricanes Harvey and Irma, storms that devastated areas in the Caribbean.
In their final game of the 2017 OHL preseason, the Sarnia Sting played host to the Windsor Spitfires in the second half of a home-and-home on Saturday night.
With just eight days until the start of the 2017-18 Ontario Hockey League season, the Sarnia Sting, headed into the WFCU Centre to face the defending Memorial Cup Champion, Windsor Spitfires for the first of a home & home clash to finish the 2017 preseason.