The Sarnia Police Service responded to 120 calls for service over the past weekend.
Sarnia Mayor Mike Bradley has released the 2014 version of his Honours List.
Bright’s Grove residents Brian and Betty Richardson were heading to Sarnia to hand out candy at their son and daughter-in-law’s home while Mom and Dad went door-to-door with the grandchildren Friday night.
It may be a while before Sophia Kooy is back in her home town of Sarnia.
A popular annual event—Art in the Park—is set for tomorrow (Saturday, September 13) in Mike Weir Park in Bright’s Grove.
A fundraiser to support research into finding a cure for cystic fibrosis was held in the parking lot of Foodland in Bright’s Grove on Friday.
An effort to save the most significantly historic pieces of the Cull Drain Bridge near Bright’s Grove appears to have been successful, with Sarnia City Council agreeing unanimously in favour of a salvage effort.
With the success of the inaugural Festival of Good Things under their belt, organizers are set to go big with expanded programming and a ticketed evening show featuring Tragically Hip front man Gord Downie in what is being billed as “Gord Downie, The Sadies, And The Conquering Sun.” The second edition of Festival of Good Things will take place at Sarnia Bay Marina this upcoming Saturday (August 30, 2014) and run from 11 a.m.-11 p.m.
Lambton County’s Medical Officer of Health has advised that the Ipperwash Main Beach, after the most recent weekly testing, is unsafe for swimming due to high levels of e-coli bacteria.
It’s no longer a question of whether the Cull Drain Bridge will remain in place over the eponymous waterway located on the outskirts of Bright’s Grove but how and when exactly it will be removed.