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Sarnia’s $100,000 club grows again

The City of Sarnia had 138 employees who made more than $100,000 last year, and topping the list was a former fire chief terminated...

Nature begins to stir

You never know what will appear on the first day of spring. This spider was seen emerging from a snowbank, apparently aware that winter...

MRI campaign comes up a whisker short

A two-year campaign to raise $2.8 million for the local hospital’s MRI is $40,000 shy of its goal. It was hoped proceeds from last month’s...

Mom and son busted for drug trafficking

A Sarnia mother and her son have been charged with drug trafficking. City police entered a home in the 200 block of Durand Street Tuesday...

Painting takes his brushes and easel outdoors

Not even a hurricane can keep J. Allison Robichaud from practising his art. A Canadian landscape painter now living in Sarnia, Robichaud is known for...

UPDATED: Spring brings return of the swans

March is here, which means warmer weather, clearer skies, and a chance of swans!  As we watch this winter’s accumulation of snow melt, an...

Shivering wildlife invade city homes

Four-legged creatures seeking central heating and a free meal are invading Sarnia homes in droves this winter. Squirrels, raccoons and skunks are among the most...

Golden Hawk project taking shape

New life is being breathed into a Sarnia landmark, thanks to a volunteer team of aircraft enthusiasts. The mighty Sarnia F-86 Sabre MkV Golden...

Homeless shelter without a home

Dave Johnston doesn’t know where he would have gone if it weren’t for the River City Vineyard homeless shelter. And now the 18-year-old from Kettle...

Blending flavours from around the world

Paresh Thakkar is all about originality. He’s proud to say there isn’t an item on the menu at his restaurant that he didn’t create. Thakkar, 34,...