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MALE IN CUSTODY FOLLOWING ASSAULT & BREAK IN CALL
1/20/2018 1:28:34 PM
A 29 year - old man is in police custody following reports of an alleged assault and damage caused to multiple businesses in the east end of St. Thomas early Saturday morning (January 20).

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POLICE SEARCHING FOR VEHICLE INVOLVED IN HIT AND RUN
1/19/2018 4:47:59 PM
St. Thomas Police are investigating an alleged hit and run. Police say they are looking for a light blue 4 door sedan that has significant damage to the front passenger side. The vehicle had 2 female passengers in it.

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3 CHARGED IN THEFT RING INVESTIGATION
1/19/2018 1:55:26 PM
The St. Thomas Police's Street Crimes Unit has arrested three men allegedly involved in a theft ring that stole more than $45,000 worth of stolen property.

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FREE ENTERPRISE AWARDS NOMINATIONS NOW OPEN
1/19/2018 12:27:15 PM
If you know a business or person in the area who has made a big contribution locally - The St. Thomas and District Chamber of Commerce wants to know. They are taking nominations for their annual Free Enterprise Awards right now with three awards up for grabs.

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POLICE SEARCH FOR POTENTIAL FRAUDSTER
1/19/2018 12:25:37 PM
St. Thomas Police are searching for a man who used a fake VISA card app on his phone to try and pay for $230.00 worth of lottery tickets. The incident occurred around 8:30pm on Monday (January 15th) at Waterworks Variety.

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ST. THOMAS MAN PLEADS GUILTY TO ANIMAL CRUELTY CHARGES
1/19/2018 12:24:19 PM
A St. Thomas man has pleaded guilty to animal cruelty charges for neglecting dogs in his care. James Duffy pleaded guilty to failing to provide adequate and appropriate medical attention.

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ST. THOMAS DRIVER FOLLOWED HOME DURING ROAD RAGE INCIDENT
1/18/2018 5:02:31 PM
A St. Thomas man was followed home from London during an alleged road rage incident. Police say that a truck had followed a St. Thomas driver right to his north end home.

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LONG-TIME ST. THOMAS PRIEST PASSES AWAY
1/18/2018 2:33:27 PM
A Catholic priest who served in St. Thomas for 12 years has died at the age of 70. Father Rick Dales, who was in his 35th year of being a priest, passed away on Tuesday, January 16th. Father Rick was a big part of the St.

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MAN INJURED AFTER BEING BIT TWICE BY HIS OWN DOG
1/18/2018 1:12:17 PM
A St. Thomas man who was bit twice by his dog was tended to at the hospital. St. Thomas Police say that they got a call from paramedics just after 3am on Thursday morning as they needed help controlling a dog while they took care of the owners wounds.

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ST. THOMAS NATIVE BRINGS HOME BROZE FROM WORLD CHAMPIONSHIPS
1/18/2018 10:42:16 AM
It was another medal for Team Canada; this time a bronze at the 2018 IIHF U18 Women's World Championships in Russia. St.

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NEW BURGER JOINT IN THE ELGIN MALL ENJOYING EARLY SUCCESS
1/18/2018 10:41:05 AM
A new family owned and operated restaurant serving freshly made burgers has opened up in the Elgin Mall. Smitty's Backyard Burgers in the food court is co-owned by St. Thomas resident Lisa Smith and her husband.

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MAGNA TO INCREASE INVESTMENTS
1/18/2018 10:29:22 AM
Ontario-based Magna International is increasing its bet on electric and autonomous vehicles by investing more in these areas in anticipation of long-term returns.

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LAST CHANCE TO BID TO DINE WITH ALOMAR
1/18/2018 10:19:55 AM
Bidding ends on January 19th for your chance to dine with Toronto Blue Jays great Roberto Alomar at the St. Thomas Sports Spectacular. The event is in its 40th year and will be held on January 25th at the St. Anne's Centre.

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WANTED WEDNESDAY: DOUGLAS NEWTON
1/17/2018 4:06:35 PM
St. Thomas Police are searching for 27-year-old Douglas Newton. On December 20th, a man - who Police believe was Newton - allegedly stole a wallet from behind the counter of Pet Valu and used a credit card from the wallet at various stores on Talbot Street.

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PROVINCE OFFERING FUNDING FOR ELECTRIC VEHICLE CHARGING STATIONS
1/17/2018 11:11:25 AM
An opportunity for St. Thomas and Elgin County businesses as the Ontario government is offering to cover 80 per cent of the cost of installing electric vehicle charging stations for companies and commercial building owners.

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POLICE ISSUE EARLY WARNING AHEAD OF TAX SEASON
1/17/2018 11:08:01 AM
It?s a little early to think about filing your tax return, but St. Thomas Police are warning the community about a scam.

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NEW IMPROV CLASSES AIMED AT HELPING TEENS MENTAL HEALTH
1/17/2018 11:01:32 AM
The new Railway City Improv is looking to help teens that suffer from anxiety and depression through their classes. The improve classes will begin on February 21st at the STEAM Centre.

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NOMINATIONS OPEN FOR CITY HONOURS AND AWARDS BANQUET
1/17/2018 10:48:54 AM
Applications are now being accepted for this year's Honours and Awards banquet. The banquet is put on by the City of St. Thomas and looks to recognize groups and individuals that make the community a wonderful place to live.

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ALZHEIMER AWARENESS MONTH MARKED WITH FLAG RAISING
1/16/2018 10:10:01 AM
The Alzheimer Society of Elgin - St. Thomas is working to reduce the stigma associated with Alzheimer's Disease. They are doing that throughout the month of January which is Alzheimer's awareness month.

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ST. THOMAS NOW 90% PHRAGMITES FREE
1/16/2018 10:03:25 AM
The City of St. Thomas is now 90% Phragmites free. This coming after City Council was provided with an update from the Phragmites Control Board on their work to get rid of the species from the City.

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ST. THOMAS POLICE OPENS VULNERABLE PERSONS REGISTRY
1/16/2018 9:58:18 AM
The St. Thomas Police Service is offering a new service to the community. The Vulnerable Persons Registry (VPR) is a database used to record information about vulnerable persons in St. Thomas.

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ELGIN CLEAN WATER PROGRAM CONTRIBUTES TO COMMUNITY PROJECTS
1/16/2018 9:53:12 AM
The Elgin Clean Water Program helped to fund 28 environmental stewardship projects last year. The program provided over $77,600 ($77,638) in grants to help fund the projects. 18 of the projects were wetland creation or restoration projects.

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COUNTERFIT CHEQUE LANDS SUSPECT IN HOT WATER
1/15/2018 3:18:36 PM
A man who allegedly tried to cash a forged cheque spent the weekend behind bars. St. Thomas Police say that the 31-year-old man attempted to cash the cheque at the Money Mart on Talbot St. last Thursday.

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WORK CONTINUES BEHIND THE SCENES TO GET DALEWOOD BRIDGE REPLACED
1/15/2018 12:14:18 PM
The City is working closely with multiple environmental organizations in their planning for a brand new Dalewood Bridge. The old Dalewood Bridge has been closed since late November due to safety concerns.

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KNIGHTS OF COLUMBUS MAKE DONATION TO VAWSEC
1/15/2018 12:11:48 PM
The Knights of Columbus have donated $1,000 to Violence Against Women Services Elgin County (VAWSEC).

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ST. THOMAS SOCCER CLUB PARTNERS WITH LONDON TFC ACADEMY
1/15/2018 12:08:29 PM
St. Thomas Soccer Club is now affiliated with the London TFC Academy. The affiliation will allow players to be called up to the boys and girls London TFC Academy teams throughout the season to play in OPDL games.

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NEW CHIEF ANNOUNCED FOR AYLMER POLICE
1/15/2018 12:05:59 PM
Inspector Zvonko Horvat has taken on a new position but isn't moving too far away from his Norfolk roots.

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POLICE NAB SUSPECT IN GROCERY STORE THEFT
1/15/2018 12:04:05 PM
A St. Thomas man is facing charges after he left a grocery store on Friday (Jan 12) and allegedly made no attempts to pay for the items he was carrying. A Loss Prevention Officer stopped the 24 year old man, but he took off after being told he was under arrest.

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