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Kids and stories

Sarnia’s libraries begin a new season of preschool programs next week. Tales for Tots is 30 minutes and designed for children ages three and under...

Hospital surgeries rescheduled

Dozens of elective surgeries were cancelled last week after a refrigeration unit failed at Bluewater Health. Surgeons contacted patients to reschedule on a priority basis...

New refinery pitched

Officials in Sarnia unveiled the next step last week in a campaign to convince industry and government to invest $10 billion in a new...

Who are these guys?

This photo from Journal reader Michele Ouimet is something of a mystery. It was taken at Norm Perry Park of a football team sponsored by...

Sarnia schools get summer overhaul

Cathy Dobson When students return to classes on Tuesday they’ll find an almost unprecedented numbers of renovations and building projects at Sarnia schools. All new classrooms,...

What’s Happening, week of Aug. 28

WHAT’S HAPPENING What’s Happening events must be open to the public, of general public interest, 60 words or less, and received at least two weeks...

Sarnia, Above it All

 Aviation was in its infancy when Sarnia became a city in 1914. Few of the 11,000 residents had seen what things looked like from an...

Harbour off to good start

Sarnia has launched a website to promote its newest acquisition. The Sarnia Harbour website at www.sarniaharbour.com provides information about rates and fees, maps and a...

Taking one for the team

Richard Watterson, district manager of the LCBO, gets a “super-soaking” from staff and United Way executive director Dave Brown, right, in celebration of an...

The lowdown on Festival of Good Things

Cathy Dobson Sarnia will end the summer celebrating an abundance of good things ranging from good deeds done in our community to good music and...