Last year, Sarnia Christian School students and their parents, walking at the start of the Sarnia Kinsmen Christmas Parade of Lights, collected some 1,200 pounds of canned goods and $877 in cash donations for the Inn of the Good Shepherd.
Monthly Archives: November 2010
Three members of Petrolia Council said their goodbyes during their final council meeting on Monday night.
A staff report in Petrolia says the new community Farmers' Market, just north of the town's public library, generated an estimated $1.3 million in economic spinoff and created 15 seasonal jobs this year.
An officer with the Lambton OPP detachment in Petrolia says an increase in youth crime in the town last year was a statistical anomaly.
LCCVI has run its unbeaten streak in boys high school hockey to four game with an 8-1 romp over SCITS Monday afternoon at the Sarnia Arena.
The fur will be ready to fly at the RBC Centre this Friday night and it has nothing to do with the fact that the Sting are playing the Niagara Ice Dogs.
A series of complaints regarding "aggressive" door-to-door salespersons, the most recent from the Wyoming and Petrolia area, has prompted Lambton OPP to issue a statement urging homeowners to "read before signing" and ask for their permit.
St. Clair Township–The Ontario Fire Marshall will likely investigate a fire at a home in the 2000 block of La Salle Line after what OPP describes as a suspicious fire.
Scott Hull's second goal of the game, in overtime, lifted the Petrolia Squires to a 7-6 over Clinton in Western Ontario Senior Hockey League action on Sunday night at the Greenwood Recreation Centre.
The last municipal police chief in the Town of Petrolia has died.