Arguably hockey’s most famous trophy came to visit Sarnia last Sunday, lovingly cradled by two native sons.
One of the world’s most famous sports trophies will be paying a visit to Sarnia tomorrow afternoon, courtesy of St.
It wasn’t until 2009 that Dave Mcintosh, the proprietor of Dave’s Custom Carpentry, which is based in Sarnia, decided that he’d take up cycling.
This past weekend several members of the Bluewater Gymnastics Club were awarded medals at the International Gymnix meet in Montreal, Quebec.
Registration is now open for the 2019 Run/Walk/Skate/Bike, the 33rd annual fundraiser for Huron House Boys’ Home to be held on Father’s Day, Sunday, June 16, 2019.
Back in 1998, Rob Ravensberg, a relatively new arrival in the community in what was a succession role with Lambton Ford Lincoln, took hold of the Terry Bear Toss concept and planted it firmly in Sarnia-Lambton.
Members of the public who weren’t able to attend the recent “opening celebration” of the Lambton College Athletics & Fitness Centre now have an opportunity of enjoying a video that was shown at the event.
It’s being announced as the single largest renovation and construction project in Lambton College’s history.
The Sarnia Sting Hockey Club, the Ontario Hockey League franchise that is celebrating its 25th year in the upcoming season, is partnering with Imperial, one of the nation’s most visible resource-based firms and a significant industry player in the Sting’s hometown.
Elizabeth Fry, an American solo swimmer from Connecticut, earned a second notch (Lake Huron) toward her goal of swimming all five Great Lakes with the weekend’s swim from Port Sanilac, Mich., coming ashore on the Port Franks, Ont., beach early Saturday afternoon.