In an effort to stick to its green values, Sarnia Artwalk 2011 will do a bicycle poster bomb across town on Sunday, May 1.
Monthly Archives: April 2011
The newly appointed assistant coach with the Lambton Shores Predators has been named the recipient of the Lambton Jr.
Students from Sarnia Christian School recently did their part in honour of the annual environmental celebration, Earth Day.
The deadline is fast approaching for the St. Clair Region Conservation Authority scholarships.
By Mike Czechowicz Special to Lambton Shield Theatre Sarnia has hit a hole in one with its latest offering, The Foursome. The Norm Foster comedy, with some dark overtones, has four old college chums, home for their 15 year reunion, hooking up for a round of golf and sharing their successes and failures. Stock characters quickly emerge from the awkward banter which marks the first scene and sets the tone for how much each of the four have changed, or maybe just accentuated what was always annoying about them even in their carefree college days. Ted, played by Tony Frangis.
7 Year Old Missing Sarnia Girl Found Fox FM Radio, in Sarnia, Ontario report the Police have found the missing 7 year old girl today.
Two men, one from Sarnia and the other from Chatham, have both been charged with impaired driving-related offences following an incident in the area of Harbour Road near the Sarnia Marina just before 6:30 on Friday evening.
The Township of Plympton-Wyoming is the latest group to support the City of Sarnia in its bid to reverse the planned closure of the Sarnia jail.
Damage is estimated at $75,000 as a result of an apartment fire on Queen St.
Local groups will receive a total of nearly $1 million from the Ontario government for literacy and basic skills upgrading and training, all part of a $44 million program over the next three years.