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CONSTRUCTION SITE THEFT UNDER INVESTIGATION
8/14/2018 2:03:33 PM
St. Thomas Police are investigating a theft from a construction site in the heart of the City's downtown. Police believe that sometime over the weekend suspects climbed the fence at the former Giant Tiger store site at 780 Talbot Street.

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MOTORCYCLE DRIVER SPEEDS OFF FROM TRAFFIC STOP
8/14/2018 1:52:32 PM
A man is facing multiple charges after driving away from police on his motorcycle during a traffic stop. Police pulled over the motorcycle around 9 p.m. on Friday night (August 10) near South Edgeware Road.

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CENTRAL ELGIN MAYOR DAVID MARR SEEKING RE-ELECTION
8/14/2018 10:31:00 AM
Central Elgin Mayor David Marr is seeking reelection in the October 22nd Municipal Election. Marr says that he is seeking reelection as he believes that he has proven himself in his first term as Mayor.

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REPLICA GRISTMILL PROPOSED BY DOUG TARRY HOMES
8/14/2018 10:02:55 AM
Doug Tarry Homes is looking to build a replica Gristmill in the City?s south end. The Gristmill would be built south of Southdale Line and Lake Margaret Trail near the Miller?s Pond subdivision.

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COUNCIL GETS BALL ROLLING ON EAST END ROUNDABOUT
8/13/2018 9:19:27 PM
St. Thomas City Council is moving ahead with plans to bring another roundabout to the east end of the City.

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BUSINESS RANSACKED & MONEY STOLEN ON WEEKEND
8/13/2018 2:37:35 PM
Police are investigating after a break and enter at a business resulted in money being stolen on Saturday night (August 11). St. Thomas Police were called to the Centennial Ave business just before 11 p.m.

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CITY HOSTING NATIONAL BASEBALL CHAMPIONSHIPS THIS WEEK
8/13/2018 2:26:10 PM
Baseball Canada's 2018 21U Men's National Baseball Championships is coming to St. Thomas this week. The tournament begins with a home run derby on Wednesday night (August 15) with the games beginning Thursday morning and continuing until Sunday night (August 18).

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4 CHARGED IN THRIFT STORE DONATION BIN THEFTS
8/13/2018 2:14:19 PM
A pair of couples are facing theft charges after items were stolen from a thrift store donation bin in St. Thomas. St.

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PARALEGAL BUSINESS HAS OPENED UP IN ST. THOMAS
8/13/2018 1:33:36 PM
A new paralegal business has opened up in St. Thomas. Susana Pereira Paralegal Services has opened at 246 Talbot Street. A paralegal offers similar services and representation to a lawyer, with a narrowed field of practice.

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ST. THOMAS MAN AWARDED BY ORANGEVILLE POLICE
8/13/2018 7:27:34 AM
A St. Thomas man was recognized by Orangeville Police after saving a local man's life. At its last meeting (August 9), the board presented Bradley Payne with the Chief's Award.

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$4.5 MILLION COURTHOUSE BEING BUILT BY COUNTY
8/13/2018 7:22:30 AM
The County of Elgin is building their own Provincial Court. The $4.5 million Provincial Offense Courthouse will be located just south of the Elgin County Heritage Centre on Sunset Drive.

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FACADE OR NO FACADE? THAT IS THE QUESTION
8/12/2018 11:10:49 AM
Facade or no facade? That is the key issue being discussed at Monday night's (August 13) St. Thomas City Council meeting.

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MOVIE IN THE PARK GOES SATURDAY NIGHT IN PINAFORE
8/10/2018 7:18:16 AM
The City of St. Thomas and the Southwest Public Health Unit are hosting a free retro movie in the park night on Saturday (August 11). Shrek is being shown at the bandshell in Pinafore Park beginning at dusk.

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172ND AYLMER FAIR RETURNS THIS WEEKEND
8/10/2018 7:16:59 AM
The 172nd Aylmer Fair is happening this weekend. The fair runs from Friday afternoon (August 10) to Sunday afternoon (August 12). The fair features rides, agricultural and flower exhibits, food and drink vendors among others.

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REPTILE ZOO COMING TO AREA CAMPGROUNDS
8/10/2018 7:15:26 AM
Little Ray's Reptile Zoo will be at two area camp grounds on Saturday (August 11) afternoon. Little Ray's is bringing their "Reptiles of the World" presentation to Lake Whittaker Conservation Area and Dalewood Conservation Areas.

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SCAMMER POSES AS SISTER AND RECEIVES $1,000
8/9/2018 3:49:06 PM
A St. Thomas woman was scammed out of $1,000 after sending an e-transfer to someone she believed was her sister. The scammer used the What's App texting application to hide their identity while posing as the victim's sister.

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THUNDERSTORM WATCH IN EFFECT
8/9/2018 2:39:40 PM
A severe thunderstorm watch is in effect for St. Thomas and Elgin County. Thunderstorms capable of producing strong wind gusts, large hail and heavy rain are possible this afternoon (August 9).

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AUTO REPAIR SHOP HAS $18K WORTH OF TOOLS STOLEN
8/9/2018 11:41:42 AM
St. Thomas Police are seeking the public's help after close to $18,000 worth of tools was stolen from an auto repair shop earlier this week. Police say that a shop on Edward Street was broken into sometime after 6 p.m. on Monday (August 6) and 1 p.m.

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MURRAY SEEKING CITY COUNCILLOR SEAT
8/9/2018 7:05:39 AM
St. Thomas resident James Murray is running for a City Councillor position in the October Municipal Election. Murray decided to run for council as he wanted to get involved in the City and help it improve.

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DAIRY QUEEN MIRACLE TREAT DAY THURSDAY
8/9/2018 7:04:36 AM
The 16th annual Dairy Queen Miracle Treat Day is today (August 9). Proceeds from all Blizzards sold today are going to the Children's Miracle Network.

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DOWLER KARN GIVING BACK FOR 75TH ANNIVERSARY
8/9/2018 7:03:08 AM
Dowler Karn is giving back to the local community as a way to celebrate their 75th anniversary.

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TWO CHARGED FOLLOWING SUSPICIOUS VEHICLE CALL
8/8/2018 4:06:02 PM
Two people are facing multiple charges after the Elgin County OPP received a call about a suspicious vehicle on Tuesday morning (August 7). The OPP responded to Talbot Line between Coyne Road and Dunborough Road around 5:30 a.m.

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PSNE CLOSES DOORS TEMPORARILY
8/8/2018 2:12:03 PM
The Psychiatric Survivors Network of Elgin (PSNE) is closed temporarily after volunteer staff members quit on the weekend. This left PSNE short staffed and unable to keep their drop in centre open 24 hours a day.

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"BUCK-A-BEER" PRICING DIFFICULT FOR LOCAL BREWERIES
8/8/2018 10:16:09 AM
Premier Doug Ford announced that his government will be lowering the price floor of beer from $1.25 to $1 per beer. The "Buck-a-Beer" pricing was a campaign promise that Ford made leading up to the June Provincial Election.

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BILLY BLANKS HOLDING CLASS IN ST. THOMAS FRIDAY
8/8/2018 9:26:09 AM
The grandfather of fitness Billy Blanks is coming to St. Thomas on Friday (August 10). Blanks is the creator of the cardio kick boxing fitness program Tae Bo. Blanks will be running a workout class on Friday night at Faith St.

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WEST END TALBOT STREET CONSTRUCTION FULLY OPEN BY FRIDAY
8/7/2018 6:16:32 PM
Phase two of the reconstruction of Talbot Street will be open to traffic by Friday (August 10). The City is opening the road so that the Iron Horse Festival will be able to go on without any interruption from the construction.

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AUTO SHOP HAS 20K MERCHANDISE STOELN OVER WEEKEND
8/7/2018 4:49:30 PM
An auto shop in the east end of the City had over $20,000 of merchandise stolen from it over the weekend. Police say that the business on Burwell Road had been locked at 1 p.m. on Saturday (August 4).

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SECOND MOSQUITO TESTS POSITIVE FOR WEST NILE VIRUS
8/7/2018 2:13:01 PM
The Southwest Public Health Unit is alerting residents that a second mosquito has tested positive for the West Nile Virus in two weeks. A mosquito in Drumbo tested positive for the virus during routine testing.

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