Sarnia Lambton Crime Stoppers Looking For Information

sarnia lambton crime stoppersSarnia Lambton Crime Stoppers is looking for information about the person responsible for an armed robbery or the RBC Royal Bank on Lyndock Street in Coruana.  The incident is reported to have occurred around 1:45 p.m. Monday, October 6.  The male suspect is described as being about 5’ 9” tall and was wearing a black jacket with a logo on the front left side, light blue jeans and white runners.  He was last seen running through the parking lot toward Murray Street.  The suspect is believed to be in possession of a firearm.  If you have any information about this crime, you are asked to call Sarnia Lambton Crime Stoppers at 332-8477 or toll free at 1-800-222-8477

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MainStreet Moving Forward

MainStreet Port Huron will hold a meeting with Michigan MainStreet Officials. According to Kristi Hazard of MainStreet Port Huron, the public is invited to come out for an informational meeting with officials on Wed. Nov. 5 at 6 PM at McMorran Place – in the Memorial Room 701 McMorran Blvd.  Hazard says, the local MainStreet Port Huron…

MainStreet Moving Forward

mainstreetMainStreet Port Huron will hold a meeting with Michigan MainStreet Officials. According to Kristi Hazard of MainStreet Port Huron, the public is invited to come out for an informational meeting with officials on Wed. Nov. 5 at 6 PM at McMorran Place – in the Memorial Room 701 McMorran Blvd.  Hazard says, the local MainStreet Port Huron program has been preparing to apply for the Selected Level of the Michigan Main Street Program for the last 12 months. Officials from the Michigan Main Street Program will be available to discuss the details and benefits of the program. The Michigan Main Street Program is among the most successful downtown revitalization program in the country.

 

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SC4 Transfer Fair, College Night Events Planned For October 28

St. Clair County Community College will host its annual Transfer Fair and College Night programs Tuesday, Oct. 28, on the college’s Port Huron campus.  SC4 students and the public are invited to a Transfer Fair from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. in SC4’s College Center. Representatives from more than 30 institutions will be available to provide information about…

SC4 Transfer Fair, College Night Events Planned For October 28

sc4 buildingSt. Clair County Community College will host its annual Transfer Fair and College Night programs Tuesday, Oct. 28, on the college’s Port Huron campus.  SC4 students and the public are invited to a Transfer Fair from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. in SC4’s College Center. Representatives from more than 30 institutions will be available to provide information about the transfer process.  To see a list of colleges and universities participating in the Transfer Fair, visit www.sc4.edu/transferfair.   High school juniors, seniors and their parents are invited to College Night from 6:30 to 8 p.m. in SC4’s Citizens First Michigan Technical Education Center, corner of Erie Street and Glenwood Avenue.  Representatives from more than 50 institutions will be available to provide information on programs of study, financial aid, admissions requirements and other areas of interest to college-bound students.  To see a list of colleges and universities participating in College Night, visit www.sc4.edu/collegenight.  For more information, contact Lisa Francis at (810) 989-5574 or lfrancis@sc4.edu.

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Condition Upgraded On Arson Victim

A house fire that occurred in the early hours Tuesday at a home on Alfred St in south Sarnia has left a 24-year-old Sarnia man seriously injured.  Authorities say his condition has been upgraded from critical to serious from injuries suffered in what authorities say was arson. A 38-year-old Sarnia man is facing charges of…

Condition Upgraded On Arson Victim

sarnia policeA house fire that occurred in the early hours Tuesday at a home on Alfred St in south Sarnia has left a 24-year-old Sarnia man seriously injured.  Authorities say his condition has been upgraded from critical to serious from injuries suffered in what authorities say was arson. A 38-year-old Sarnia man is facing charges of attempted murder, arson with disregard for human life, aggravated assault and flight from police.  Firefighters had been called to the residence at about 5:15 a.m. Tuesday, with flames and heavy smoke visible from the two story building.  The injured man was removed and transported to Bluewater Health by EMS- then transferred to a London hospital.

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Halloween Stroll Offers Safe Trick-or-Treating And More!

The annual Halloween Stroll is back for another year as a family favorite trick-or-treating venue.  During the stroll families dress in costumes and encounter Halloween scenes and treats.  The fun continues after the stroll with a petting zoo and Halloween activities.  New additions will be discovered along the stroll with a professional pumpkin carver show…

Halloween Stroll Offers Safe Trick-or-Treating And More!

halloween strollThe annual Halloween Stroll is back for another year as a family favorite trick-or-treating venue.  During the stroll families dress in costumes and encounter Halloween scenes and treats.  The fun continues after the stroll with a petting zoo and Halloween activities.  New additions will be discovered along the stroll with a professional pumpkin carver show and a gross out zone for kids to guess the contents of the creep crawly Halloween boxes.  According to Toni George, of the Rec Department, this is the 26th annual Halloween Stroll hosted by Port Huron Parks and Recreation.  The event is set for Saturday, October 25 at Sanborn Park from 10 am to 1 pm.  Pre-registered resident admission is $4 per child and non-resident price is $6 per child.  Tickets may be purchased during the stroll for $10 per child.  Register online at porthuronrec.com or at Palmer Park 2829 Armour St, Port Huron.

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