February 19 is Family Day which means certain services are not available but there will be mail delivery.
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A Sarnia man faces a stunt driving charge after a car was clocked at 163 km/h in a 100 km/h zone on Hwy. 402 early Wednesday.
The investment under Canada’s Strategic Innovation Fund was quietly made January 23 in Davos, Switzerland.
Sarnia’s Wilma McNeill is thrilled a private member’s bill making Remembrance Day a legal holiday has been passed by the Senate.
It’s too early to say whether water main breaks will break the city budget this year but officials concede 2018 is off to a bad start.
The City of Sarnia is considering making an 11th hour attempt to access funding for the possible reinstatement of intercity Greyhound bus service.
Area roads became so slick in spots Friday that even a snowplow slid off the road.
The Town of Petrolia has hired a new Chief Administrative Officer after the previous CAO resigned in the midst of controversy.