Image Map
 
 




STPS ARREST AND CHARGE TWO LOCAL RESIDENTS
11/16/2018 12:54:18 PM
St. Thomas Police have arrested and charged to locals. 32-year-old Matthew Lamoure and 28-year-old Jasmine Brown are facing a count of theft under $5000 after an incident on November 8th.

Click Here for More...


HORTON FRAMERS MARKET GOING CHRISTMAS
11/16/2018 9:38:15 AM
The Horton Farmers Market's annual Christmas Market is taking place on Saturday (November 17). The Christmas market features various vendors with everything you need for Christmas. The market is running from 8 a.m. - 12 p.m.

Click Here for More...


ANNUAL STUFF THE CRUISER EVENT BACK IN ST. THOMAS
11/16/2018 9:18:27 AM
The annual Stuff the Cruiser event is back this weekend. St. Thomas Police will be out in the community helping collect donations. Media Relations Officer, Constable Tanya Calvert says where you will be able to find them.

Click Here for More...


MISS CANADA 2018 IN SANTA CLAUS PARADE
11/16/2018 9:09:17 AM
Miss Canada Maria Giorlando is looking forward to Saturday night's (November 17) St. Thomas Optimist Santa Claus Parade. Giorlando will be one of the dignitaries in this year's "Clear the Tracks here comes Santa" themed parade down Talbot Street.

Click Here for More...


ST. THOMAS' OUTDOOR REC COMPLEX GETS A NAME
11/16/2018 7:14:10 AM
The St. Thomas Outdoor Recreation Complex has received a significant donation. $500,000 has been given by 1Password, which is run by David and Sara Teare of St. Thomas. The outdoor complex will be named 1Password Park as a result of the donation.

Click Here for More...


SIX NATIONS COMMUNITY PLEADING FOR HELP
11/15/2018 1:46:11 PM
A heartbreaking morning for the Six Nations community on Thursday (November 15).

Click Here for More...


ST. THOMAS OVERNIGHT PARKING BY-LAW IN EFFECT
11/15/2018 10:58:52 AM
Overnight parking on City Streets is prohibited during the winter months. Starting today (November 15th) until March 15th, between the hours of 3:00 a.m. to 5:00 a.m. no vehicles are to be parked on the street unless a permit is obtained.

Click Here for More...


COUNCIL SEES BLIND LINE GATE IDEA
11/15/2018 9:40:34 AM
Blind Line in Southwold could become a gated roadway next year. This coming after the Township received complaints by a landowner whose property is next to Blind Line.

Click Here for More...


LOCAL ORGANIZATIONS "GIVING COLD FEET THE BOOT"
11/15/2018 5:30:12 AM
A boot drive is coming to St. Thomas. Multiple organizations have come together to "Give Cold Feet the Boot." Media Relations Officer with St. Thomas Police Service, Constable Tanya Calvert explains.

Click Here for More...


PSNE FEELS SHARPS PICTURE OUT OF CONTEXT
11/14/2018 5:32:45 PM
Psychiatric Survivors Network of Elgin (PSNE) feels that a recent post on social media about a needle disposal bin at the centre has been taken out of context.

Click Here for More...


THORNTON REACHES ANOTHER CAREER MILESTONE
11/14/2018 12:20:22 PM
St. Thomas native and NHL Legend and San Jose Shark Joe Thornton has reached another Jumbo career milestone. Thornton's game winning goal on Tuesday night (November 13) at home against the Nashville Predators was the 400th of his career.

Click Here for More...


FRAUD CHARGES LAID FROM CAR SALE
11/14/2018 11:34:00 AM
St. Thomas Police have laid multiple charges related to fraud. An investigation that started in October has led to the arrest of a 29-year-old St. Thomas man as he is accused of using stolen cheques to buy a car in a private sale.

Click Here for More...


SIU NO LONGER CALLED AFTER NALOXONE USE
11/14/2018 11:31:01 AM
A change to the Police Services Act has been made by the Ontario Government. Police officers can now administer naloxone without having to be investigated by the Special Investigations Unit.

Click Here for More...


STEPAC ART MART GOES SATURDAY
11/14/2018 5:06:10 AM
The St. Thomas - Elgin Public Art Centre is showcasing local artists on Saturday night (November 17) with an 'Art Mart.' Anywhere between 7 - 10 artists will have their work on display and for sale.

Click Here for More...


DDB TREE LIGHTING GOES FRIDAY
11/14/2018 5:05:50 AM
The Downtown Development Board's annual Tree Lighting Celebration is happening on Friday night (November 16). The DDB will be lighting up the large tree at City Hall at the corner of Talbot Street and Mondamin Street. The festivities begin at 5:30 p.m.

Click Here for More...


COUNCIL APPROVES SUBDIVISION PROPOSAL
11/13/2018 9:53:45 PM
The Township of Southwold has unanimously voted in favour of approving the Talbotville Subdivision proposal to the County of Elgin. The proposal by Farhi Holdings is for the green space south of Talbot Line and west of Talbotville Gore Road.

Click Here for More...


POLICE LOOKING FOR STOLEN PICKUP
11/13/2018 5:39:32 PM
St. Thomas Police are searching for a stolen pick-up truck. The truck is a 2004 Chevrolet, grey in colour and the licence plate is 239 1FJ.

Click Here for More...


HEARING HELD ON ALMA COLLEGE LAND PROPOSAL
11/13/2018 5:35:48 PM
A public hearing was held today (November 13) in regards to the former Alma College Development proposal at 96 Moore Street. The site plan application by Patriot Properties was presented and the Site Plan Control Committee reviewed it.

Click Here for More...


OPP SEEKING INFO ON MEDICAL CALL ON 401
11/13/2018 3:07:40 PM
The Elgin County OPP are asking the public for assistance in their investigation into a medical call on the 401 early Monday morning (November 12). Emergency crews responded around 4:30 a.m.

Click Here for More...


100 PEOPLE WHO CARE FINALISTS NAMED
11/13/2018 2:22:51 PM
The Elgin St. Thomas Community Foundation is one step closer to determining who will go home with their share of $10,000. They have named the short list of the four charities or organizations that will be voted on at the November 20th "100 people who care event.

Click Here for More...


ELECTRONIC RECYCLING WEEK RAISING MONEY
11/13/2018 6:07:23 AM
Early Learning Centre's in St. Thomas are hosting their first ever electronics recycling week. On now until Friday (November 16) you can drop off your old electronics at any of their locations in St. Thomas or Aylmer.

Click Here for More...


LOCAL REACTION TO STAN LEE'S PASSING
11/13/2018 6:03:28 AM
His reputation was bigger than the Incredible Hulk he created. Comic book legend Stan Lee has died at the age of 95 at a hospital in Los Angeles.

Click Here for More...


MILITARY & VETERANS TO FISH FOR FREE
11/12/2018 6:38:53 PM
Veterans and current serving members of the Canadian military are being awarded free fishing come 2019.

Click Here for More...


HARRY'S CUSTOMER APPRECIATION DAY TUESDAY
11/12/2018 12:50:14 PM
Harry's Charcoal Broiled is having a customer appreciation day on Tuesday (November 13) after winning the myFM Spirit award for best burger. All day Tuesday you can get a burger for $1.99 or one of their combos for $4.99.

Click Here for More...


FOOD BANK PLACES 3RD IN EGG CONTEST
11/12/2018 10:02:56 AM
A story we have been scrambling to get to you! The St. Thomas - Elgin Food Bank staff are sure to be eggcited about the results of a recent online contest.

Click Here for More...


COLLISION RESULTS IN POWER OUTAGES
11/12/2018 9:23:48 AM
St. Thomas Police say that a vehicle struck a hydro pole and caused some residents in the north east area of the City to be without power early Sunday morning (November 11).

Click Here for More...


TOWNHOUSE PROPOSAL RETURNS TO AGENDA
11/12/2018 4:28:00 AM
St. Thomas City Council is revisiting a townhouse proposal at 63 Elm Street near Parkside Drive. In December of 2017 council refused Prespa Construction Construction Limited's proposed zoning bylaw amendment.

Click Here for More...


AWARD WINNING AUTHOR COMING TO LIBRARY
11/12/2018 4:25:07 AM
The St. Thomas Public Library is hosting a talk by award winning author on Thursday night (November 16). Professor at Ryerson University Laurie Petrou will be speaking about her award winning book "Sister of Mine" from 7 p.m. - 8:30 p.m.

Click Here for More...


HUNDREDS REMEMBER IN ST. THOMAS
11/11/2018 12:07:20 PM
Hundreds gathered at the Veterans Memorial Garden in St. Thomas on Sunday morning (November 11) for Remembrance Day. The ceremony was put on by the St. Thomas the Royal Canadian Legion Lord Elgin Branch 41.

Click Here for More...







 
 

Copyright 2020 StThomasToday.ca. All rights reserved.

This site powered by PromoSuite Interactive