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MAN FACES ASSAULT AND PUBLIC INTOXICATION CHARGES
4/24/2017 12:25:02 PM
A man is facing assault and public intoxication charges after allegedly assaulting a home owner on Sunday evening (April 23). St. Thomas police were called to Moore street around 8 p.m. on Sunday evening after an intoxicated male was wondering around the area.

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ROAD CLOSURE: ELGIN ST. AND GLADSTONE AVE
4/24/2017 7:41:23 AM
Elgin Street will be closed at Gladstone Avenue on Monday and Tuesday of this week (April 24, 25). The closure will allow the contractor to connect the storm and sanitary sewers to the manholes in the intersection. This work is part of the Gladstone Avenue project.

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COUNCIL TO VOTE ON REMOVING PINAFORE PARK AVIARY STRUCTURE
4/24/2017 7:28:53 AM
Pinafore Park has always been home to different wildlife viewing platforms. One of the more popular options was the Bird Sanctuary, which was a small outdoor structure used to house captive birds. Since the early 1990s the structure has been empty as caging birds has become less acceptable.

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YWCA ENTERS LAST WEEK OF 'KEEP A ROOF' CAMPAIGN
4/24/2017 7:22:48 AM
We're into the last week for the 7th Annual 'YWCA Keep A Roof Campaign'. The goal of the campaign is to raise$25,000. The campaign - which is sponsored myFM - looks to raise the money in support of YWCA St. Thomas-Elgin's supportive housing programs for women, men and youth in our communities.

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ST. THOMAS FIREFIGHTERS RECEIVE WATER RESCUE TRAINING
4/24/2017 7:20:27 AM
St. Thomas Firefighters were trained for different water rescue situations at Waterworks Park in St. Thomas on Thursday (April 20). The Fire Department hired a training agency to put on a "Train the Trainer" course for 8 firefighters.

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PHASE 2 DESIGN OF TALBOT STREET BEGINNING
4/22/2017 9:57:46 AM
The City of St. Thomas is beginning to design Phase two of Talbot Street from Pearl Street to Mary Street. Survey crews will be out over the next few weeks to begin their investigative work for the design. They will be marking existing utilities with paint markings.

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POLICE SERVICE DOG ASSISTS IN DRUG RELATED TRAFFIC STOP
4/21/2017 2:36:36 PM
A traffic stop late Thursday evening (April 20) on New Street involving the Police Service Dog has two people facing charges. Just before midnight a St. Thomas Police Officer noticed a vehicle at a West End variety store parking lot.

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TWO CHARGED FOLLOWING BUCCANEER RESTAURANT INCIDENT
4/21/2017 10:27:13 AM
Two people are facing mischief and theft charges after allegedly causing damage to Buccaneer Restaurant's property in Port Stanley. Elgin County OPP were called to the area on William Street in Port Stanley around 3:30 a.m. on April 12th after a caller reported a mischief in progress.

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ANNUAL VOADEN LEADS CHANGE RUN HAPPENING APRIL 29TH
4/21/2017 9:37:00 AM
The 4th Annual Voaden Leads Change kindness walk and run event is happening on April 29th at Arthur Voaden Secondary School. The event beginning at 9 a.m. features a 2k, 5k or 10k walk or run that begins at Arthur Voaden through the north end of the city.

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20TH ANNUAL BEAN BLAST HELD AT ST. ANNE'S CENTRE
4/21/2017 9:08:54 AM
The 20th Annual Bean Blast lunch took place on Thursday (April 21) at the St. Anne's Centre. The fundraising luncheon helps to support community outreach dinners and lunches. Nine local churches partner together to put on the dinners and lunches.

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