The Sarnia Sting visited the Oshawa Generals on Sunday night. Winners of six straight, the Sting were going for seven in a row.
Join the staff of the Judith & Norman Alix Art Gallery this Thursday, January 25, 2018, from 7:00-7:15 p.m.
If you own or lease a vehicle in the province of Ontario, you have to have insurance.
- OPINION: School tragedy could be ticking time bomb right here
- Canadian Coast Guard issues statement following damage to Sombra dock
- Ice-laden trees near Blue Water Bridge gain a following
- Wrestling Councillor Brian White enters Smash Wrestling
- Belan Farms wins ‘Outstanding Farmer of Year’ for its work on soil improvement
- Software CEO is intent on growing area’s tech capabilities
Last week was Press Preview for journalists (yours truly included) at the North American International Auto Show in Detroit.
Belan Farms, a 1,200-acre cash crop operation in Dawn-Euphemia that’s operated by three generations of the Belan family, has won the 2018 Outstanding Farmer Award from the Lambton Soil and Crop Improvement Association.
It was another sold-out crowd at The Station on Saturday night to see Smash Wrestling as they made their fourth appearance in the city.
A STATEMENT FROM THE CANADIAN COAST GUARD FOLLOWS: A sustained blast of Arctic air that extended from late December into January rapidly accelerated the formation of ice on the Great Lakes.
With the Sarnia Sting adding players to both the forward lines and defence and now a goalie prospect in Ethan Langevin, things are looking pretty good in the Sting camp.
The Brock St. Barn was rocking Thursday night as the Sarnia Legionnaires faced the Komoka Kings in a return match from last Saturday night.
Opening Segment: Steven Stamkos in Sarnia. Jordan Kyrou to be celebrated at next Sarnia Sting game!
Join a local artist at the Judith & Norman Alix Art Gallery this Sunday, January 21, 2018, from 1:00-3:00 p.m.
The stars of Discovery Channel show “Heavy Rescue: 401” are $13,000 closer to establishing a transitional housing facility for local youth after a fundraiser earlier this month.
Business leaders, manufacturers, and educators from both Sarnia-Lambton and across the province will converge on Lambton College next Thursday, January 25th for the college’s annual manufacturing summit.
There was a day when Katherine Walker coded herself for a living.
Doug McLean. Who would have thought an ice storm in early January would have generated this kind of response?
After months of Saturday morning practices, set design, and costume fittings the Theatre Sarnia Junior Youth Group will present “The Quest for Quasi” Thursday, January 18th at 7 p.m.