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River trail getting view lookout

A gazebo that will overlook the St. Clair River has been approved for Sarnia’s southern boundary, pending consultation with the Aamjiwnaang First Nation. The lookout...

HISTORY: Bubble, bubble, beer and trouble

With the arrival of the new Refined Fool Brewing Company in May, a colourful 150-year tradition will have returned to Sarnia. George Russell founded Sarnia’s...

Man charged with attempted murder in city home invasion

Two men have been arrested in connection with a city home invasion Thursday morning that sent a man to hospital, Sarnia Police say. Police say...

Village approves bright idea

POINT EDWARD – Most streetlights in the village will be replaced this year with LED bulbs that burn brighter and cost less to maintain. “We’ve...

UPDATE: Missing man found

The man Sarnia Police had been searching for, Brennan Ouimet, was located just prior to the noon hour Thursday. He was found to be in...

Women’s groups eye partnership

Two city agencies founded decades ago to help abused woman are sharing an executive director and looking at other potential partnerships. ‘We don’t know if...

City police seek hit and run driver

Sarnia Police are looking for the driver of a red car wanted in connection with a hit and run collision Monday. At around 9:30 a.m....

Cougars on the loose?

Residents report seeing at least two cougars on the loose in Sarnia-Lambton this winter, and we don’t mean the sort that maul young bucks...

Going nuts on a new farm crop

Dave Ferguson is planting three to four acres of nut tree seedlings this spring, part of a fledgling movement to establish a hazelnut industry...

Awesome is as Awesome does

Trustees had a real challenge deciding who would get this month’s $1,000 from Sarnia’s Awesome Foundation at its March pitch party. “They’re all good ideas....