Police say there were no injuries when a ultralight pontoon aircraft flipped onto its roof Saturday afternoon while landing in Lake Huron near Port Franks. Lambton OPP said nearby vessels were able to help the pilot and passenger to shore. The ultralight plane was attempting to land in the water in the area of Mud […]
A quarter-century of fall tradition in Sarnia came to a busy end Saturday in the parish hall at Our Lady of Mercy Catholic Church. Crowds arrived as the doors opened in the morning for the 25th annual, and final, Rayjon Fall Fair. “There’s a big rush at the beginning, because the good stuff goes first,” […]
Sarnia college students helping Zambians lift themselves out of poverty, and teaching entrepreneurship and financial literacy closer to home, have placed second in a world entrepreneurship competition.
The Lambton OPP issued more impaired driving charges this week.
Another 200 hotel rooms in Sarnia-Lambton could be of some help in booking larger events in the future, says the special events coordinator with Tourism Sarnia-Lambton.
Programming has been suspended at the Sarnia-Lambton Native Friendship Centre pending a closed meeting of its membership Monday, the centre’s volunteer board president says.
St. Clair Township Mayor Steve Arnold has concerns about plans to bring down the decommissioned Lambton Generating Station’s smokestacks by using explosives. Those worries were expressed during a Sept. 16 meeting with Ontario Power Generation (OPG) representatives, who provided a council update on the demolition project’s status. Elaborating on plans to take down the three […]
Karen Ebel-Savage cried out in a kind of sob as Superior Court Justice Jonathon George told her leniency was out of the question.