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MAN CHARGED FOLLOWING FAMILY DISPUTE
9/19/2018 12:50:06 PM
An arrest was made late Tuesday morning (September 18) by St. Thomas Police. A forty four year old St. Thomas man was taken into custody after an argument with his forty five year old common law wife became physical.

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BROTHER-SISTER DISPUTE RESULTS IN ASSAULT CHARGE
9/19/2018 12:04:47 PM
A family disturbance on Manor Road in the City of St. Thomas leads to charges. Police responded to a call on Monday (September 17) after a twenty one year old female hit her brother in the head and arm, which caused scratches and bruising.

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NORMAL OR WARMER FALL EXPECTED
9/19/2018 9:51:01 AM
Environment Canada's fall forecast says we should expect normal to warmer than normal temperatures over the next couple months. Fall officially arrives at 9:54p.m. on Saturday night (September 22), ending what has been a hot and humid summer.

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RESIDENTIAL HOSPICE PLANNING IN ELGIN STOPPING
9/19/2018 7:58:13 AM
No funding from the Provincial Government is hurting the chances that a residential hospice will be built in Elgin County. This coming from a recent Elgin Residential Hospice Planning Committee status report.

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ST. THOMAS WOMAN WINS 100K ON BINGO
9/18/2018 2:32:00 PM
St. Thomas resident Tammy Wachowiak has won $100,000 with Instant Bingo Doubler. Wachowiak says that she could not believe that she had won the top prize and thought that the machine was messing with her.

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NO CHARGES FROM NURSING HOME INCIDENT
9/18/2018 12:56:26 PM
The Special Investigations Unit (SIU) has determined that no charges will be laid against officers involved in a June 22, 2017 incident in St. Thomas. The Elgin County OPP and the St.

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FILM SHOOTING IN ST. THOMAS HAS OSCAR CONNECTION
9/18/2018 11:06:50 AM
A film being shot in St. Thomas later this month has an academy award winning connection. Guillermo del Toro is a producer and co-writer of 'Scary Stories to Tell in the Dark.' myFM first reported that the film will be shooting in St.

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WALKWAY COMING TO NEW FOOD BASICS GROUNDS
9/18/2018 9:39:12 AM
A pedestrian connection has been approved for the new Food Basics in St. Thomas. City Council has approved that a walkway will be built on the site at 780 Talbot Street.

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YOUTH CHARGED AFTER PELLET GUN FIRED NEAR OFFICER
9/18/2018 9:36:00 AM
A 16 year old is facing multiple charges after allegedly firing a pellet gun at a police officer on Sunday night (September 16). A St. Thomas Police officer was at the Railway City Skatepark around 7:30 p.m. for an unrelated matter.

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COUNCIL REQUESTS FACADE ORDER BE REMOVED
9/17/2018 7:26:12 PM
St. Thomas City Council does not want a facade. Council voted unanimously in favour of requesting that the OMB order to honour facade of Alma College be removed.

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MAILBOX THEFTS CONTINUE OVER WEEKEND
9/17/2018 1:44:04 PM
A recent rash of thefts from mailboxes in St. Thomas has police asking residents to be extra vigilant in reporting suspicious activity.

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NO INJURIES IN ALMA STREET FIRE
9/17/2018 1:42:52 PM
Noone was hurt after an arson fire in St. Thomas Friday morning (September 14). Police say someone lit a front door on fire at a home on Alma Street around 9am that day. The resident was alerted to the flames when smoke started entering the home.

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SMILE COOKIE CAMPAIGN ON THIS WEEK
9/17/2018 1:39:04 PM
Tim Hortons Smile Cookie Campaign returns this week. From Monday to Sunday (September 17 - 23) 100% of the proceeds from all of the $1 smile cookies purchased will go to support local charities in Canada. The local St.

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HERITAGE COMMITTEE RECOMMENDS FACADE ORDER STAYS
9/17/2018 1:37:49 PM
The Municipal Heritage Committee is recommending that St. Thomas City Council honour the OMB's facade order for the Alma College site.

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MYFM SPIRIT AWARDS RETURNING OCTOBER 19
9/17/2018 1:35:36 PM
The myFM Spirit Awards are back! The Spirit Awards are taking place on Friday October 19th at the Elgin County Railway Museum.

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POLICE ALPR CAMERAS INSTALLED ON ONE VEHICLE
9/17/2018 1:34:23 PM
The St. Thomas Police have a new automated license plate recognition system. The police's Ford Escape has 2 front facing and 1 rear facing camera installed on it.

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MBC NAMED TO 500 FASTEST GROWING COMPANIES LIST
9/17/2018 1:30:22 PM
My Broadcasting Corporation (MBC) is one of the fastest growing companies in Canada. myFM's parent company has been included in Canadian Business' "Growth 500" list for the 8th year in a row.

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STARS BEGIN SEASON FRIDAY NIGHT AT HOME
9/17/2018 1:28:26 PM
The St. Thomas Stars drop the puck on their season tonight (September 14). The Stars are taking on the Leamington Flyers at the Joe Thornton Community Centre.

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CLOSE TO 40 BREAK AND ENTERS IN SUMMER
9/14/2018 2:47:35 PM
There have been close to 40 break and enters in St. Thomas this summer. This information coming from the St. Thomas Police's break and enter map for July, August and September. There were 15 break ins in July, 22 in August and 2 so far in September.

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MOVIE FILMING IN ST. THOMAS SEEKING BACKGROUND EXTRAS
9/14/2018 10:08:26 AM
You have an opportunity to be cast in a movie being shot in St. Thomas! Kleiman Casting is looking for applications for background extras for the filming of ?Scary Stories to Tell in the Dark.' The CBS Film is shooting in St.

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LOCAL ORGANIZATIONS AWARDED FUNDING FROM LIBRO
9/14/2018 9:50:04 AM
Three local organizations have been chosen as the recipients of Libro Credit Union's annual Local Prosperity Fund. The STEAM Centre, The Small Business Enterprise Centre and Fresh Start Support Services were chosen as the successful applicants.

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MAN ARRESTED FOR BREACHING CONDITIONS
9/13/2018 4:23:36 PM
A 33 year old St. Thomas man has been arrested and faces additional charges for breaching his court order. The man was on conditions not to talk to or be with his 23 year old estranged common law or child.

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SHOPLIFTER ARRESTED AT WALMART
9/13/2018 11:57:54 AM
A Port Stanley man has been arrested for shoplifting at Walmart. The Loss Prevention Officer witnessed the man leave the store Wednesday night (September 12) with close to $100 worth of items from the meat department that he did not pay for.

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ALZHEIMER SOCIETY CORN MAZE GOES SUNDAY
9/13/2018 10:05:34 AM
The Alzheimer Society of Elgin - St. Thomas is holding a "Finding your Way" corn maze on Sunday (September 18) at Talbotville Berry Farm.

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DESTINATION CHURCH BRINGING GUEST SPEAKER
9/13/2018 10:02:16 AM
Destination Church is launching their family friendship centre with a breakfast and guest speaker on Tuesday (September 18). The "Better Together - Sharing our Stories" event will feature Executive Director for Canadian Roots Exchange Max Fineday.

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