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ST. THOMAS ENERGY ENDS THE PRACTICE OF WINTER DISCONNECTIONS
2/23/2017 11:08:54 AM
St. Thomas' local hydro company is responding quickly to a call from the Energy Minister, Glenn Thibeault. Legislation was quickly passed Wednesday morning that prevents local electricity distribution companies from disconnecting customers in the winter.

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NEW PUBLIC ART POLICY APPROVED BY CITY COUNCIL
2/23/2017 7:40:59 AM
St. Thomas City Council approved a new Public Art Policy for the City that is aimed at protecting and enhancing public art. City Council approved the recommendation at Tuesday night's (February 21) St. Thomas City Council meeting.

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POLICE: HAVING NO INSURANACE IS A BIG FINE
2/23/2017 7:38:11 AM
St. Thomas Police are reminding you that having no insurance means a big dent in your wallet. They say that a 32-year-old St. Thomas woman was pulled over on Talbot St. around 9:00am on Tuesday after a check of the vehicle showed unconfirmed insurance information.

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TOW TRUCK DRIVER FACES NUMEROUS CHARGES
2/23/2017 7:34:52 AM
You don't expect a tow truck to be breaking the law; the roadside rescuers have been added to the Province's Move-Over legislation -- but only when their functions are legit. Shortly before 11am Tuesday morning, St.

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MPP'S RETURN TO LEGISLATURE FOLLOWING WINTER BREAK
2/23/2017 7:32:42 AM
An early victory for the Opposition, as the Ontario Legislature resumed sitting Tuesday. Elgin-Middlesex-London MPP Jeff Yurek says the initial topic of discussion was a call by Progressive Conservative and New Democratic members to ban the practise of Winter Electricity Disconnects.

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SAUVE AVE HOUSE FIRE SERVES AS AN IMPORTANT REMINDER
2/22/2017 9:35:14 AM
An extension cord that was being used to power an electric fireplace was the cause of a Sauve Ave fire on Monday. That's according to St. Thomas Chief Fire Prevention Officer Bill Todd. He explains to myFM News that the extension cord could not handle the power of the fireplace.

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CITY EXTENDS DISASTER RELIEF AGREEMENT WITH COUNTY, RED CROSS
2/22/2017 9:11:54 AM
St. Thomas City Council approved to renew their Disaster Agreement with the County of Elgin and the Canadian Red Cross. The approval came at Tuesday night's (February 21) St. Thomas City Council meeting. The agreement purchases disaster relief and related services for three years.

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CAR CRASHES INTO STOP SIGN; YOUNG TEEN BEHIND THE WHEEL
2/22/2017 7:06:59 AM
Charges are pending after 14-year-old girl, out learning how to drive with her father, crashed into a stop sign.

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WINNERS CROWNED AT THE STEGHF'S WORLD TUBING CHAMPIONSHIPS
2/22/2017 7:05:10 AM
Sun and 15 degree temperatures did not stop nearly 1,000 people from coming out to the 2nd annual World Tubing Championships this weekend. The event at the McCaig International Tubing Park in St. Thomas helped raise money for a new CT Scanner, which will be part of the St.

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NEW HORTON FUND CELEBRATES A LIFE OF JOYS AND STRUGGLES
2/22/2017 6:59:33 AM
A local Port Stanley resident has started a new fund in memory of her mother, which supports three national initiatives. The "June Evangeline Anne Horton Fund" was started by Michelle Horton in memory of her mother June Horton who immigrated to Canada from England .

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