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Multicultural sports games held

Local students were introduced to a variety of different sports during the Sports Day Multicultural Elementary Games. The May 23 event at the Moore Sports...

What’s next for Michael and Jesse?

Two Sarnia families are searching for answers after being told their sons are no longer welcome at the residential program of the Robarts School...

Has the mystery of Sarnia’s old cannon been solved?

It’s been climbed on, posed beside and rendezvoused at by half the people in Sarnia at one time or another. But the origins of the...

What’s Happening, Week of May 22

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

Multi-talented Sarnian sets sights on acting career

Growing up, Nicole Buscema intended to be a doctor. For the smart, talented teen it seemed a logical career choice. By the time she was...

ELECTION: NDP’s Brian White juggling a busy schedule these days

Brian White has four video projects due and he’s not sure where he’s going to find the time. A provincial election was called a little...

YMCA awards recognize our amazing youth

The Journal and the YMCA want to introduce you to some pretty amazing teens. The Y is presenting it annual Celebration of Youth awards to...

ELECTION: PC Bob Bailey has background in industry

Editor’s note: This the first in a series of Sarnia-Lambton candidate profiles in the run-up to the June 12 provincial election.   Bob Bailey is running...

Ride, Sally, Ride: car buffs celebrate Mustang’s 50th in style

More than 100 Mustangs galloped into Sarnia for the Mustang Sally Rally Poker Run on May 17, making Lambton Ford the place to be...

Venetian Boulevard project continues

The second phase of the Venetian Boulevard reconstruction project is underway. The section of road from the entrance to the Point Edward Casino to the...