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CHARGES DISMISSED FOR TWO ST. THOMAS POLICE OFFICERS
5/25/2017 7:11:46 PM
Two St. Thomas Police officers have had charges against them dropped by a London judge. Justice Ronald Minard dismissed the charges against Const. Sean James and Const. Frank Boyes.

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STPS HELPS LAUNCH 'SHARE THE ROAD' DRIVE SAFE! CAMPAIGN
5/25/2017 8:36:40 AM
A province-wide campaign has just been launched with the help of St. Thomas police. The 2017 "Drive Safe! R.I.D.E Campaign" intends to keep Ontario roads as some of the safest in North America.

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VOLUNTEER CREWS GEARING UP FOR 'PROJECT HOPE'
5/25/2017 8:31:23 AM
Have you ever seen an entire house constructed from the ground up in THREE days?! Well, here's your chance.

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SUTHERLAND PRESS CASE BACK IN ST. THOMAS COURT
5/24/2017 5:29:48 PM
There is no doubt that the Honourable Justice Hockin wants to put an end to the long-winded Sutherland Lofts case. After a morning session at the Elgin County Courthouse, Justice Hawkins told both sides that they will each get to present their cases one final time.

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NEW ACCESSIBILITY MATS BEING PURCHASED FOR PORT STANLEY BEACH
5/24/2017 5:13:53 PM
All local residents will now be able to enjoy Port Stanley's Main Beach to its fullest. The Municipality of Central Elgin has received a grant from the federal government under the 'Enabling Accessibility Fund' to install 400 feet of safety mats.

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ST. THOMAS POLICE CELEBRATE CANADA'S 150TH
5/24/2017 2:26:28 PM
With just over a month before Canada's 150th birthday, the St. Thomas Police Service has joined in the celebration by adding a hood decal on two of its newest vehicles.

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BIG BROTHERS BIG SISTERS RECEIVES TRILLIUM GRANT
5/24/2017 9:28:05 AM
Big Brothers Big Sisters has received a $165,500 grant from the Ontario Trillium Foundation on Tuesday (May 23). Executive Director of Big Brothers Big Sisters Barb Matthews and MPP Jeff Yurek received the plaque from Ontario Trillium Grant Member Sharon O'Leary at Fanshawe College on Tuesday.

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TVDSB TRUSTEES VOTE IN FAVOUR OF RURAL SCHOOL CLOSURES
5/24/2017 9:18:12 AM
The Thames Valley District School Board Trustees voted in favour of closing 4 rural schools in Elgin County at Tuesday night's (May 23) trustee meeting in London. Sparta, New Sarum, South Dorchester and Springfield Public Schools will all be closed by June of 2020.

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BELMONT LIONESS CLUB DONATES TO STEGH GREAT EXPANSION
5/24/2017 7:58:57 AM
The Belmont Lioness Club made a $4,000 donation to the St. Thomas - Elgin General Hospital's Great Expansion Project on Friday (May 19). The money was raised through Bingo's at Jackpot City Gaming in St. Thomas over a few months.

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ST. THOMAS HOSTING ROTARY CLUB DISTRICT CONFERENCE THIS WEEKEND
5/24/2017 7:55:29 AM
Hundreds of members of the Rotary Club across the region, and even into the U.S., will be visiting St. Thomas for their annual District Conference which will be held from May 26th to 28th. To commemorate the occasion, a flag raising was held at city hall on Tuesday (May 23).

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PARKSIDE SOCCER TEAMS OFF TO WOSSAA
5/24/2017 6:43:51 AM
Double Gold for the Parkside Soccer program. Both the varsity boys and girls teams are off to 'AA' WOSSAA after their respective victories in the TVRA Finals in Tillsonburg.

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DOMINO'S HOLDING FUNDRAISING EVENT FOR EMPLOYEE WITH CANCER
5/23/2017 5:06:33 PM
Domino's Pizza in St. Thomas is holding a "Donate the Dough for Jesse B" fundraising event on Monday May 29th to support an employee who is battling cancer. 16 year-old Arthur Voaden student Jesse Baughman is currently battling cancer.

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PORTION OF EDWARD ST. CLOSED THIS WEEK
5/23/2017 7:13:41 AM
Spring construction continues in the City of St. Thomas. Edward Street will be closed between Burwell Road and Centennial Ave this week. Access to businesses will remain open during the week.

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TVDSB TRUSTEES DECIDE FATE OF RURAL SCHOOLS TONIGHT
5/23/2017 6:52:36 AM
Thames Valley District School Board Trustees will vote on Tuesday night (May 23) on the proposed closure of 4 rural schools in Elgin County. Senior Administration has recommended that public schools in Sparta, New Sarum, Springfield and South Dorchester be closed.

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SEARCH WARRANT LEADS TO MALE FACING 14 CHARGES
5/23/2017 6:42:03 AM
A search warrant on the Chippewas of the Thames First Nation resulted in cars being seized and a male facing 14 charges. Earlier this month (May 8) multiple police units executed a search warrant at a Jubilee Road residence. Police seized a number of motor vehicles and parts.

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TWO SEPARATE IMPAIRED DRIVING INCIDENTS IN AYLMER
5/22/2017 10:36:23 AM
Aylmer Police charged two people with impaired driving charges on Saturday (May 21). The first occurred just after 12:30 a.m. when a citizen contacted police about a possible impaired driver. Police located and stopped the vehicle heading south on Imperial Road.

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POLICE SEEKING ASSISTANCE FOLLOWING EARLY MORNING BREAK AND ENTER
5/22/2017 9:24:08 AM
St. Thomas Police are asking for your help after two business at Wellington Street and First Ave were broken into early Monday morning (May 22). Just after 3:30 a.m. police responded to an alarm at a business in the Wellington Street and First Ave strip plaza.

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EC RAILWAY MUSEUM RECEIVES $20,000 DONATION
5/19/2017 2:11:53 PM
The Elgin County Railway Museum received a $20,000 donation from the Colchester Fund on Friday (May 19). The anonymous fund is through the Elgin-St. Thomas Community Foundation. The Money will go towards the replacement of the centre section of the museum's roof.

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WHAT'S OPEN / CLOSED FOR YOUR MAY 2-4
5/19/2017 12:22:14 PM
This weekend is the Victoria Day long weekend! That means different hours for lots of local businesses. All banks, the LCBO and Beer Store will be closed on Monday (May 22) for Victoria Day. Walmart and Real Canadian Superstore are also closed on Monday.

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PORT STANLEY PREPARES FOR INFLUX OF VISITORS THIS LONG WEEKEND
5/19/2017 6:47:34 AM
Port Stanley is of course more than a seasonal destination, but it seems every May 2-4 weekend the community is reborn.

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EQUALITY, ACCEPTANCE, AND RESPECT PREACHED AT VOADEN
5/19/2017 6:44:44 AM
The International Day Against Homophobia, Transphobia and Biphobia has come and gone for another year. The day is marked annually on the 17th of May, and recognized in many countries across the globe.

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ST. THOMAS DELEGATION TO TRAVEL TO CHINA IN JUNE
5/19/2017 6:24:41 AM
St. Thomas Mayor Heather Jackson and St. Thomas' Economic Development Manager Sean Dyke will be going to China next month to visit St. Thomas' sister city - Xuyi. Jackson and Dyke will be in Xuyi, China for one week.

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