With the temperature hot enough to fry an egg on the pavement, Sarnia Sting hockey may not be the first thing that springs to mind.
Monthly Archives: May 2011
The Ontario Provincial Police Inspector of Corporate Communications says his agency is not contemplating an External Independent Review of the Karen Caughlin murder case of nearly four decades ago.
The Sarnia Braves will know this Friday whether they will be playing in the 2011 Ontario Senior 'AAA' Championship on the August Civic Weekend.
The St. Christopher senior girls soccer club has qualified for the Ontario tournament in Windsor.
Jeff Jones threw five innings of two-hit baseball and the Sarnia Braves offence knocked out 14 hits as they defeated the Petrolia Raiders 11-0 in WCBL action Monday night.
A Heat Alert has been issued for Sarnia-Lambton by the Medical Officer of Health for Lambton County on Tuesday May 31, based on the latest Environment Canada forecast.
Today is World No Tobacco Day, a day designed to draw attention to the worldwide tobacco epidemic and the efforts to save lives.
Sarnia Sting goaltender Brandon Hope was among 800 people who gathered at the Compuware Sports Centre in Plymouth on the weekend to pay homage to goaltender Ian Jenkins.
As Sarnia-Lambton residents plan outdoor renovations and gardening projects this spring, one chore that should be on everyone's 'to-do-list' is to ensure their tetanus shot is up-to-date, according to the Lambton County Community Health Services Department.
A 42-year-old Sarnia man has been charged with three sex-related offences involving a seven-year old girl in London.