Six Lambton OPP and one Canada Border Services officer will be shaving their heads to raise money for Cancer Research. Also, four OPP officers and family members are dying their hair blue to show support in another unique way.
Monthly Archives: July 2011
Two Sarnia residents face drug charges after separate incidents in the past 24 hours.
Lambton OPP is investigating the theft of cash and cheques from vehicles on Tom Street in Corunna early Thursday morning.
The Alvinston Indians played at home in front of a strong crowd on what was a muggy Thursday evening, for a double-header against the Shedden Mission in game 1, and the St.
An 86-year-old American man has been charged in connection with an attempted abduction on Ipperwash Road.
By TAMARA NICOLA LambtonShield.com Grand Bend completed a major beach enhancement project during the 2010 season. The new tree-lined Main Street is attracting more than just bus loads of teenagers these days. Creative new businesses are also beginning to make the move to Grand Bend.
Lambton OPP is anticipating a busy long weekend for the Civic Holiday.
By BOB McCARTHY Lambton Shield Last week, Donald MacDonell, warden of the Kingston Penitentiary, told Ned Buntline about the capture of Lorne McDougal and suggested that he talk to a man who was perhaps the only one to ever recover horses stolen by this gang of horse thieves.
The Civic Holiday on Monday, August 1, will bring some reduced services at Bluewater Health locations in both Sarnia and Petrolia.
The Sarnia Street Machines presents “Hot August Nights” on Thursday, August 11 at Centennial Park.