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Golden Hawk project taking shape

Golden Hawk project taking shape

New life is being breathed into a Sarnia landmark, thanks to a volunteer team of aircraft enthusiasts.
Homeless shelter without a home

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.
Blending flavours from around the world

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.
Jake is a dream come true

Jake is a dream come true

It’s hard to believe a playful 80-pound black lab can bring such calm to a household. But the peace of mind three-year-old Jake has brought to the Moore family of Sarnia is indisputable.
New Karen Caughlin video attempt to jog memories

New Karen Caughlin video attempt to jog memories

The sister of Karen Caughlin, Marylou Schwemler, seen here with her husband, holds in her emotions as the OPP screen a new video that investigators hope will jog memories about a 40-year-old murder case.

New Cancer Society manager

The Lambton chapter of the Canadian Cancer Society has a new manager. Bill Yurchuk has almost 18 years experience in financial services with management skills learned at the local, regional and national level.

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.
HISTORY: Bubble, bubble, beer and trouble

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 first brewery in 1862, an act for which grateful residents named a street in his honour.
Man charged with attempted murder in city home invasion

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.

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 got a lot of old high pressure sodium lights out there that need replacing,” says Mayor Larry MacKenzie.