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HEAT WARNING CONTINUES...
9/24/2017 10:47:33 AM
EXTREME HEAT WARNING CONTINUES FOR AREA..... Hot and humid conditions will continue today and into early this week. Mostly sunny skies will allow daytime temperatures to reach the low thirties, with humidex values approaching forty.

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HEAT WARNING ISSUED FOR ST. THOMAS-ELGIN
9/22/2017 3:59:31 PM
It may be the first weekend of Fall, but a heat warning has been issued for St. Thomas and Elgin County. Temperatures and humidity are expected to make things feel like 40 degrees on both Saturday and Sunday.

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JUMBO DRESSED IN PURPLE FOR BIG BROTHERS BIG SISTERS
9/22/2017 3:09:21 PM
Jumbo the Elephant is wearing a big purple bow around his neck for the rest of the month. The bow is in honour of Big Brother Big Sisters month across Canada. The goal of the month is to help raise awareness of the need for volunteers at the agency.

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SCHOOL BUS DRIVER CHARGED
9/22/2017 2:55:11 PM
A 60-year-old school bus driver has been charged following a collision on Thursday afternoon. St. Thomas Police say that the bus lost control during a turn in the area of Isabel and Victora Streets. The front of the bus ended up hitting a hydro pole and then a parked vehicle.

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POLICE RESPOND TO TWO DOG BITES IN ONE DAY
9/22/2017 12:27:50 PM
Two dog bite incidents in one day. St. Thomas Police say that they were called to two separate incidents where someone was bit by a loose dog. In both incidents, the victims had a pet with them as well. The victims and their pets both suffered minor injuries.

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JR. B STARS TO HOST TAILGATE BBQ ON SUNDAY
9/22/2017 10:05:58 AM
The St. Thomas Jr. B Stars are set to host a tailgate barbeque this Sunday. The event will run from 4pm-6pm at the Knights of Columbus Hall. Tickets are $12.00 for adults and $8.00 for kids 12 & under. You will have your choice between a Hamburger or Sausage Dinner.

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HOLLYWOOD ARRIVES IN ST. THOMAS FOR STEGH GALA
9/22/2017 10:03:22 AM
This year's St.

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STEAM MISSION 150 SET TO GO FOR SEPTEMBER 30TH
9/22/2017 9:56:59 AM
Students and adult teams are ready for the challenge. STEAM Mission 150 will see teams dive deep into fun challenges that require creativity & collaboration while tapping into Science, Technology, Engineering, Art and Math skills.

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GIVE YOURSELF TIME TO GET A CRIMINAL RECORD CHECK
9/22/2017 9:53:46 AM
The St. Thomas Police are encouraging parents who want to volunteer at their child's school to come in and get your background check started. They say it takes on average 3 weeks at least to complete the police check.

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SUMMER-LIKE CONDITIONS STICKING AROUND FOR THE START OF FALL
9/21/2017 9:01:25 AM
While some parts of Canada enter Fall with a blast of snow, those in Southwestern Ontario are turning up their air conditioners. Mother Nature is giving us a final taste of summer with fall beginning this Friday.

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BIG NAMES ANNOUNCED FOR 2018 SPORTS SPECTACULAR
9/21/2017 8:58:26 AM
The 40th edition of the St. Thomas Sports Spectacular is fast approaching. Organizers have announced the first 4 guests that will be making an appearance at this year's event. One of the big names to join the head table is Blue Jays great, Roberto Alomar.

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AIRSHOW LONDON SET TO THRILL THOUSANDS OF SPECTATORS
9/21/2017 8:52:45 AM
Airshow London makes its return to the London International Airport this weekend. This is year the airshow is celebrating Canada's 150th by featuring lots of aircrafts from the Royal Canadian Air Force. In total there will be between 70 - 75 aircrafts and 265 performers.

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EQAO RESULTS RELEASED
9/21/2017 8:49:28 AM
Math still seems to be a struggle for some students in our elementary schools.

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ELGIN COUNTY LIBRARY JOINS 'HOOPLA' NATION
9/20/2017 11:31:22 AM
A new online feature is making it easier for Elgin County Library card holders to access digital material. The library's new "Hoopla Digital" is available online and through an app for I phone and Android users.

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GRAND OPENING OF THE RAILWAY CITY SKATEPARK THIS SATURDAY
9/20/2017 10:44:36 AM
The grand opening of the new Railway City Skatepark is taking place on Saturday afternoon (September 23). The park is located between the St. Thomas Police Station and the Timken Centre. The opening will take place from 1 p.m. - 3 p.m.

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A 'STINKY' SITUATION IN CENTRAL ELGIN
9/20/2017 9:30:28 AM
A pipe burst left crews in Central Elgin with a stinky mess. At 2am on Sunday morning, the main sanitary pumping station had a pipe burst, filling the pumping station with raw sewage.

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LOCAL TELEPHONE SURVEY RESULTS RELEASED
9/19/2017 3:30:55 PM
Accomodations and Shopping topped the list for areas of improvement to attract additional tourists. That comes from a recent Statistics Canada telephone survey of area residents. The report shows that 671 of the 2,000 households that were called took part in the survey.

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MAN FACING SEVEN CHARGES, MORE PENDING
9/19/2017 11:48:09 AM
A 54-year-old man is facing seven charges after being arrested by police. The man is accused of breaking into two different homes and stealing bank cheques. When he was arrested around 6pm Monday night, he also had over 70 grams of marijuana on him.

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RIDE ACROSS ELGIN COUNTY TO SUPPORT THE UNITED WAY
9/19/2017 9:31:33 AM
The first ever "Ride Across the County of Elgin" (R.A.C.E) bike race in support of the Elgin County United Way is happening on Sunday (September 24) morning. The race is in partnership with the Railway City Cycling Club and will feature 4 different distances.

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OPP CRACK DOWN ON AGRESSIVE DRIVING ON LOCAL HIGHWAYS
9/19/2017 9:24:01 AM
The Ontario Provincial Police issued 138 charges on the 401 and 402 in Middlesex County this past weekend. Police focused on speeding and all other forms of aggressive driving. Police issued 137 speeding charges along with 1 charge for stunt driving.

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TENDER FOR SUTHERLAND PRESS BUILDING DEMOLITION APPROVED
9/18/2017 8:04:03 PM
Demolition of the Sutherland Press Building will take 30 days at most to be removed. St. Thomas City Council approved the tender by Schouten Excavating Inc. to demolish the building at 606 Talbot Street.

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POLICE SEEKING PUBLIC'S HELP FOLLOWING WEEKEND COLLISION
9/18/2017 5:07:05 PM
St. Thomas Police are looking for your help in identifying the driver of a vehicle that failed to remain at the scene of an collision. The collision occurred on Saturday afternoon (September 16) around 2:30 p.m. on Farmington Drive.

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LEGION WEEK KICKS OFF WITH FLAG RAISING AT CITY HALL
9/18/2017 2:14:46 PM
We all know November 11th as being Remembrance Day. Not many know about Legion week which is recognized this week across the country. On Monday, a flag raising ceremony was held at city hall to mark the beginning of the week, which runs until this Saturday (Sep 23).

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OPP ISSUE SAFETY REMINDERS HEADING INTO FALL HUNTING SEASON
9/18/2017 9:08:38 AM
Provincial police say they'll be working closely with conservation officers throughout the fall hunting season. They say hunters must ensure they have the proper licences and know the hunting season dates for their area.

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WATERWORKS PARK CLOSED FOR 3 MONTHS
9/18/2017 9:06:41 AM
You won't be able to take your wedding photos or take a stroll through Waterworks park for the next few months. The park, located at the end of South Edgeware Road, will be closed from September 18th until early November.

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CITIZEN BUDGET TOOL EXTENDED ANOTHER WEEK
9/17/2017 8:43:44 PM
The interactive "Citizen Budget" online will continue to remain online until this Friday, September 22nd. Initially, the online survey was supposed to last until this past Friday, September 15th, but city staff have extended it.

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MOTORCYCLIST SENT TO HOSPITAL WITH 'SIGNIFICANT' INJURIES
9/17/2017 8:41:07 PM
A driver of a motorcycle was sent to hospital with significant injuries following a collision with a car. St. Thomas Police say that the collision happened just before 7:30pm on Friday (September 15th) in the area of Balaclava Street, between Nolan and Edwards Streets.

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