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SEVERE THUNDERSTORM WARNING IN EFFECT
7/20/2018 3:36:43 PM
A severe thunderstorm warning has been issued for St. Thomas and Elgin County. Severe, but scattered storms, have developed over our region.

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COMMUNITY ANSWERS FOOD BANK'S PLEA FOR HELP
7/20/2018 11:27:03 AM
The St. Thomas-Elgin Food Bank is thanking the community for stepping up. About a month ago, the food bank's shelves were basically bare with increased demand and limited donations coming in. However, a plea to the public has really paid off.

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EARLY MORNING COLLISION LEADS TO MULTIPLE CHARGES
7/20/2018 11:09:34 AM
A 20 year old Mossley man is facing multiple charges including impaired driving after an early morning collision on Churchill Crescent in St. Thomas. St. Thomas Police were called after 1 a.m.

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COUNCIL TO LIVE STREAM COUNCIL MEETINGS
7/20/2018 9:56:40 AM
The St. Thomas City Council meetings will be live streamed online beginning in September. Council has approved Staff's recommendation that will allow web streaming of the meetings.

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HMCS ORIOLE ARRIVES IN PORT STANLEY FOR WEEKEND TOURS
7/19/2018 5:20:00 PM
The HMCS Oriole has docked in Port Stanley. 'Oriole' is a sailing ketch, which is currently the oldest commissioned vessel in the Royal Canadian Navy, and also the longest serving commissioned ship.

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DOUG TARRY HOMES DONATES $100K TO ELEVATED PARK
7/19/2018 1:28:07 PM
Doug Tarry Homes is making a $100,000 donation and launching a fundraising campaign to help the St. Thomas Elevated park be completed.

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POLICE WARN OF POTENTIAL DOOR TO DOOR SCAM
7/19/2018 11:18:25 AM
St. Thomas Police are warning the public about a potential scam involving an older man going door to door. Police were notified about a suspicious person going door to door in the north end of the City on Wednesday (July 19).

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AXLE ASSISTS IN EARLY MORNING ARREST
7/19/2018 10:55:56 AM
A 22 year old St. Thomas man has been charged after Police Service dog Axle located him in thick brush early Thursday morning (July 19). Police were called around 2:30 a.m. by a concerned citizen who heard a domestic argument between a male and a woman.

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LIFEGUARDS CONCERNED ABOUT 'DISTRACTED PARENTING'
7/19/2018 10:35:46 AM
Lifeguards at public beaches in Elgin County are noticing 'distracted parenting'. This can be very dangerous, especially if they allow their children to go play in the water without supervision.

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OPP WARN AFTER INCREASE IN TARGETED PICKUP TRUCK THEFTS
7/19/2018 10:18:53 AM
The Elgin County OPP are warning the public about a recent number of targeted pickup truck thefts. The OPP say that 3 Chevrolet Silverados, 3 GMC Sierras and 1 Chevrolet Avalanche have been stolen in the last month.

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CHANGES APPROVED FOR FOREST PARK SCHOOL ZONE
7/18/2018 3:50:08 PM
The crosswalk and crossing guard at Myrtle Street crossing First Ave near Forest Park School is being moved for the upcoming school year. St.

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POLICE SEARCHING FOR WANTED SUSPECT
7/18/2018 3:14:54 PM
St. Thomas Police are searching for a suspect who is wanted on a warrant for several offences. The suspect is 26-year-old Brandon Willimott. Police say if you see him, do not approach him. Call 911 immediately.

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POLICE LOOKING FOR SECOND SUSPECT IN STOLEN TRUCK CASE
7/18/2018 2:21:30 PM
St. Thomas Police have arrested a 51-year-old London man and are now looking for a second suspect. Officers noticed a stolen black pick up parked in a Talbot Street parking lot on the west end around 3:00am this morning (Wednesday).

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TIPS TO STAY SAFE WHILE SWIMMING THIS SUMMER
7/18/2018 10:49:14 AM
The OPP's West Region has already experienced three drownings so far this summer. That has the OPP and local lifeguards speaking out about safety around the water.

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PROVINCIAL GOVERNMENT CUTS $875,000 OF CITY FUNDING
7/18/2018 10:12:50 AM
The Progressive Conservative Government's cancellation of the Cap and Trade Program and the Green ON. program has forced the City to cancel $875, 000 worth of programs.

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OPP LAUNCHING TRUCK SAFETY CAMPAIGN
7/18/2018 10:02:05 AM
There's been a huge increase in fatal accidents involving transport trucks this year. We spoke with OPP Sergeant Kerry Schmidt, and he says they're in the midst of a safety campaign because of a recently released statistic.

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RAM RODEO TOUR TO MAKE STOP IN ST. THOMAS
7/17/2018 3:22:59 PM
The Rodeo is coming to St. Thomas. The RAM Rodeo tour will make a stop in St. Thomas on August 25th and 26th. The event will take place at Keller's Dam Place on Yarmouth Centre Road.

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HEATHER JACKSON SEEKS THIRD TERM AS MAYOR
7/17/2018 9:02:48 AM
St. Thomas Mayor Heather Jackson is seeking reelection for the 3rd time in this fall's municipal election. Jackson is proud of the number of infrastructure projects that council has been able to accomplish.

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EMPLOYEE CHARGED FOR STEALING MONEY FROM WORKPLACE
7/17/2018 9:00:21 AM
A 27-year-old St. Thomas woman was arrested after allegedly stealing money from her own work. St. Thomas Police say that the woman was recorded on security video stealing almost $1,100 from a safe in the restaurant she worked at on Talbot St.

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CONTRACT AWARDED FOR FIRST PHASE OF 230 TALBOT ST.
7/17/2018 8:59:07 AM
St. Thomas City Council has approved the tender award for phase one of the 230 Talbot Street project. Council has awarded the contract to Vicano Construction Limited for $10,813,444 including HST.

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STEVENSON SEEKING REELECTION AS CITY COUNCILLOR
7/16/2018 8:02:32 PM
St. Thomas City Councillor Linda Stevenson is seeking reelection in October's Municipal Election. Stevenson served on the current City Council and has also served two terms as a School Board Trustee.

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NEW APARTMENT BUILDING PROPOSED FOR METCALFE ST.
7/16/2018 4:12:29 PM
A new three and a half storey apartment building is being proposed for Metcalfe St. Two existing buildings already exist at the northeast corner of Metcalfe and Wellington Streets.

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MULTIPLE VEHICLE THEFTS REPORTED OVER THE WEEKEND
7/16/2018 11:48:10 AM
A string of vehicle thefts is being reported by the Elgin County OPP. A pickup truck was stolen from Port Stanley on Friday, which had numerous work tools inside of it.

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NEW MARIJUANA PROCESSING FACILITY SETS UP SHOP IN ST. THOMAS
7/16/2018 10:20:41 AM
A Cannabis cultivation and processing company is planting their roots in St. Thomas. Avana Canada Inc is opening a 30,000 square foot facility on Sparling Road.

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SIGNIFICANT ALGAE BLOOM FORECASTED FOR LAKE ERIE
7/16/2018 10:10:03 AM
The U-S National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration is forecasting a significant algae bloom for Lake Erie. Environmental Defence says Lake Erie has suffered from increasingly frequent and severe algae blooms.

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