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Two Valley shutdowns

Two Chemical Valley giants are heading into maintenance shutdowns. About 1,000 employees and contractors are involved in the work at Suncor Energy’s Sarnia refinery, the...

Going nuts: New therapy allows allergic city man to munch peanuts

Cathy Dobson Scott Molson says he is free of a lifelong peanut allergy thanks to a controversial treatment received at a U.S. clinic an hour’s...

Cultural boom helps recharged Imperial Theatre post a record year

Cathy Dobson How many people do you know who always use “Jr.” after their name? “I know it’s unusual but I love my name,” says Brian...

Reclaiming the night

About 100 adults and children took part in the 21st annual Take Back the Night march to the downtown Peace Court. The Sept. 18 event...

Sarnia books and authors, Part 3

It has been a banner year for Sarnia authors, from sports to history, and children’s books to poetry, To help match local readers with local...

Dead crow was carrying West Nile virus

A dead crow found in Sarnia’s east end last week was carrying West Nile virus, Lambton Public Health said. It was the first bird to...

Handgun scare in city

Charges were laid last week after a camo-wearing man with a handgun was seen near the Howard Watson Nature Trail and Highway 402. Home Depot...

More Sarnia authors and books published in 2014

It has been a banner year for Sarnia authors, from sports to history, and children’s books to poetry, To help match local readers with local...

Deadly dog disease found in park

A second case of a highly contagious virus deadly to dogs has been found in Canatara Park. Dog owners are being warned to keep pets...

Three schools once stood on the same Lochiel Street site

John Rochon  Most Sarnians are familiar with the Lochiel Kiwanis Centre located at the end of Lochiel Street between College Avenue and Forsyth Street, and...