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FULL ST. THOMAS ELECTION RESULTS
10/22/2018 11:39:30 PM
St. Thomas City Council will have 4 new people sitting in the council chambers after Monday's (October 22) Municipal Election results. The 4 new people voted in are soon to be Mayor Joe Preston and City Councillors Steve Peters, Lori Baldwin-Sands and Jim Herbert.

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CENTRAL ELGIN WILL SEE FRESH FACES ON COUNCIL
10/22/2018 10:27:10 PM
Central Elgin will see a lot of new faces with their next council. It starts in the Mayor chair as Sally Martyn beat out former Mayor David Marr by 294 votes. Tom Marks has won the spot of Deputy Mayor, as he takes on a new role.

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JOE PRESTON ELECTED MAYOR OF ST. THOMAS
10/22/2018 9:51:57 PM
Joe Preston is the next mayor of St. Thomas. Preston won the Mayor's seat with 3,731 votes. Preston won the election by 542 votes with current mayor Heather Jackson finishing in second place with 3,189 votes.

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2018 MYFM SPIRIT AWARD RESULTS
10/22/2018 2:36:54 PM
The myFM Spirit Awards were held on Friday night (October 19) at the Elgin County Railway Museum. The awards celebrated the 50 best people, places and things in the St.

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LOCAL FAMILY FUNDRAISING FOR #IVEGOTYOURBACK911
10/22/2018 1:53:31 PM
Crystal Rodgers and her husband are spearheading this fundraiser, because their son Coleson was born at their home by St. Thomas - Elgin EMS on November 11th last year. Rodgers says you can donate to the cause online.

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MULTIPLE POLICE UNITS CONTINUE WEEKEND SUSPECT SEARCH
10/22/2018 1:48:07 PM
A search continues by London Police and multiple OPP units. On Saturday (October 20th), Police got a call in regards to a suspicious vehicle, which sped off once officers tried to stop it.

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LOCAL FAMILY FUNDRAISING FOR #IVEGOTYOURBACK911
10/22/2018 1:37:35 PM
A local family is fundraising for #ivegotyourback911 for their son's first birthday. Crystal Rodgers and her husband are spearheading this fundraiser, because their son Coleson was born at their home by St. Thomas - Elgin EMS on November 11th last year.

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ST. THOMAS POLICE GET A NEW GUN
10/22/2018 6:39:17 AM
The St. Thomas Police have added the Colt C8 Carbine Rifle as another way to keep their officers and the community safe. The C8 is easier to load, lighter to carry and is more accurate than the shotguns that the police currently have.

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IT'S ELECTION DAY IN THE RAILWAY CITY
10/22/2018 6:37:47 AM
Today is municipal election day! In person voting is taking place in all municipalities in the country. Voting is taking place from 10 a.m. - 8 p.m. In St.

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AN INDOOR BASEBALL FACILITY COMING TO ST. THOMAS
10/22/2018 6:34:26 AM
St. Thomas Minor Baseball will be opening up Power Alley next month. The facility is an indoor training facility, that will be open for not only Minor Baseball but outside groups as well.

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A NEW BREWERY SET TO COME TO ST. THOMAS
10/22/2018 6:33:02 AM
Another craft brewery will be coming to St. Thomas. Caps Off Brewing Company will be located on Curtis Street. President, Rick Dunseith talks about why he wants to open the brewery.

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FLOOD WATCH FOR LAKE ERIE SHORELINE
10/19/2018 11:20:09 AM
A flood watch has been issued for the entire Lake Erie shoreline. The Long Point Region Conservation Authority issued the flood watch as near gale force winds are expected to cause Lake Erie water levels to surge early Saturday morning (October 20).

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STEGH FOUNDATION'S GALA IS TOMORROW
10/19/2018 6:31:03 AM
This Saturday (October 20th) the St. Thomas Elgin General Hospital Foundation is hosting their gala. The theme this year is "Midnight in Paris" and the money raised is going to support Cancer Care at the hospital.

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ST. THOMAS SEES SUCCESS IN ADVANCED VOTING
10/19/2018 6:28:15 AM
The City's new online and telephone advanced voting is seeing positive results. 11.5% of the total qualified voters had voted as of Thursday afternoon (October 18). The new advanced voting is available until October 20th at 8 p.m.

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CELEBRATING 10 YEARS AT RAILWAY CITY BREWING COMPANY
10/19/2018 6:06:41 AM
Railway City Brewing Company is celebrating a major milestone. They have reached the 10 year mark and will be hosting an Open House tomorrow (October 20th) from 2 until 9 p.m.

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POT LEGALIZATION NO IMPACT TO BLOOD DONORS
10/18/2018 1:56:29 PM
Will the recent legalization of pot complicate blood donor clinics? According to MaryAnn St. Michael with Blood Services Canada, no it shouldn't have any impact at all on their donation levels. It's a matter of consent and St.

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230 TALBOT STREET PROJECT LOOKING TO PHASE 2
10/18/2018 1:48:19 PM
Phase two of the City's 230 Talbot Street project is expected to cost $7.2 million. St. Thomas City Council was given an update on the proposed phase 2 developments on the site at Monday night's (October 15) reference committee meeting.

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BAIL & JAIL ON AT GEERLINKS
10/18/2018 11:15:36 AM
Crime Stoppers Bail and Jail is on now at Geerlinks Home Hardware. The fundraising event has people "locked up" in a mock jail which they then must "make bail" in order to be set free. The event raises money for the Crime Stoppers tips program.

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MYFM'S SPIRIT AWARDS TAKE PLACE FRIDAY
10/18/2018 10:33:04 AM
myFM is going to be celebrating the best people, places and things in our community on Friday night (October 19). The myFM Spirit Awards will be given out at the Elgin County Railway Museum from 7 p.m. - 10 p.m.

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NEEDLE HUNTERS MEETING TO TAKE PLACE
10/18/2018 9:37:57 AM
A concerned member of the St. Thomas Community is looking to help the sharps problem in the City. Leticia Mizon is hosting the needle hunters program meeting at the St. Thomas Public Library on Wednesday night (October 24).

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230 TALBOT STREET PROJECT LOOKING TO PHASE 2
10/18/2018 8:05:11 AM
Phase two of the City's 230 Talbot Street project is expected to cost $7.2 million. St. Thomas City Council was given an update on the proposed phase 2 developments on the site at Monday night's (October 15) reference committee meeting.

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TD TREE DAYS IN SOUTHWOLD FRIDAY
10/17/2018 3:00:37 PM
150 trees will be planted at Oneida Nation of the Thames First Nation on Friday (October 19). The trees are being plated as part of TD Tree days. 60 volunteers from Oneida Nation along with TD volunteers will plant the trees.

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POLICE PREPARED FOR CANNABIS LEGALIZATION
10/17/2018 2:00:06 PM
A steep learning curve is ahead of the St. Thomas Police when it comes to the legalization of cannabis. St.

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FANSHAWE INTRODUCING SMOKING BAN
10/17/2018 1:34:29 PM
Fanshawe College is set to introduce a smoking ban on all of their campuses. On November 1st, smoking any form of tobacco or cannabis, along with vaping, e-cigarettes and chewing tobacco will not be allowed on Fanshawe property.

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HEALTH UNIT STRESSING EDUCATION ON CANNABIS
10/17/2018 10:19:22 AM
Canada is now a country where marijuana is legal. The legislation came into law today (October 17) and a lot of questions still remain.

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CHAMBER BUSINESS & COMMUNITY SHOWCASE WEDNESDAY
10/17/2018 10:14:36 AM
The St. Thomas and District Chamber of Commerce's business and community showcase is taking place today (October 17). The event is running from 3 p.m. - 7 p.m. at the St. Anne's Centre. Close to 45 businesses, services and entities will be on display.

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DOWLER KARN ANNOUNCES $127,500 IN FUNDING
10/16/2018 5:24:36 PM
Dowler Karn is supporting 48 organizations in Southwestern Ontario with $127,500 in funding through their "Fueling Communities Give -Away." The program started out as $75,000 in honour of the companies 75th anniversary.

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ONTARIO PUBLIC LIBRARY WEEK CELEBRATED IN ST. THOMAS
10/16/2018 4:54:10 PM
It is Ontario Public Library Week. The St. Thomas Public Library is taking part with multiple events taking place. Manager, Dana Vanzanten explains what the week is all about.

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