Sarnia Police officers are hoping to exceed the 1,681 pounds of food collected last year when they bring a cruiser to Wal-Mart and Zehr’s Super Centre this Saturday.
Sarnia Police say they have laid a charge of public mischief against a 25-year-old woman who had claimed earlier this week she was attacked in a commercial alleyway near the intersection of Kathleen Avenue and East Street but later admitted she had fabricated the entire incident.
A second person now faces charges related to the discovery on October 19 of a small dog found in a dumpster on Colborne Road.
Twin Lakes Terrace residents are seen here donning Mickey Mouse ears during a November 18 celebrating Mickey’s birthday.
Sarnia’s former fire chief, who was dismissed from his position nearly two years ago after being charged with several counts of sexual assault, now faces additional charges, say Sarnia Police.
A 25-year-old Sarnia man who was first arrested on November 5 is now facing some 12 counts of possession of stolen property after Sarnia Police followed a trail of leads that lead to them conducting a search of the accused’s residence.
Imperial Oil says seven workers at its Sarnia chemical plant were stuck in an elevator for just over two hours after a power failure Monday morning caused the elevator to be stuck around the second storey of an operating unit.
Sarnia Police responded to 137 calls for service over the weekend.
Photo courtesy Kerry Belliveau. It was a joyous occasion at Fairwinds Lodge Retirement Residence on Thursday, November 20 as team members, fellow residents and the family of Irma Kern all came together to celebrate her 100th birthday.
By JACK POIRIER I remember one of my high school teachers once saying to me, “No one has ever become poor by giving.” It was during one of those frequent discussions during religion class about the benefits of giving to others, helping the less fortunate; basically doing unto others … I’m sure you’ve heard a variation of the speech before.