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Domestic Assault

Police arrested and charged a 41 year old London man with assault stemming from a domestic disturbance. Police were called to an east end Elm Street residence March 12th just before 8:00 pm. The victim did not require medical attention. The London man was released on conditions to abide by …

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Watershed Condition Statement for Residents of the Catfish Creek Watershed

This is a Flood Outlook, Watershed Conditions Statement The recent above zero day time temperatures have readied the existing snowpack for certain snow melt. Weather forecasts are calling for warmer weekend temperatures which will further season the snow for additional melt, cooler overnight temperatures will moderate and subsequently mitigate a …

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Mason-Mary

Mason-Mary of London and formerly of St. Thomas, passed away on Wednesday, March 11th, 2015, at the L.H.S.C.(University Campus), in her 94th year. Beloved wife of the late William Mason and dearly loved mother of Ann Jonatchick and the late Karen Dadswell. Dear sister of Arch Deyell. Loved grand mother …

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Noble- Ruth Ann (Dotzenroth)

Noble- Ruth Ann (Dotzenroth) of Valleyview Home, St. Thomas passed away at her late residence on Thursday, March 12, 2015 in her 73rd year. Beloved wife of Norman H. Noble and loving mother of Richard Noble (Chantal) of Milton and Susie Velestuk (Rick) of St. Thomas. Grandmother of Shauntel Highfield. …

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Friends Volunteer Positions Available

Friends of St. Thomas Public Library have volunteer positions available:   Friends’ Store Volunteer Coordinator Friends’ Volunteer Store Manager Library Friends’ Shop Volunteers   For an outline of responsibilities for the t...

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2010 Canada Day Fireworks

Images from 2010’s Canada Day Fireworks hosted at the Doug Tarry Baseball complex. The display seemed to go on forever and was very well done!   [nggallery id=2]

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Updated Construction Photos on Flickr

Howdy folks! For those of you who are interested, more photos of the library’s demolition on Curtis Street have been uploaded to the library’s Flickr account. A word of warning: these photos may send you for a loop! There are a couple that ...

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Normandy & Dieppe: A Photographic Travelogue

My husband and I had discussed a trip to France for several years, hoping to be able to travel with our friends from England. We finally made it!!   My husband’s love of history and a special interest in the two world wars were the main ...

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Construction has begun!

Demolition began at the library on May 31, 2011. You can’t pop your head in to take a look, but our Building and Systems Manager and his camera can! We’ve added the photos that have been taken so far to the library’s Flickr page. Photos will be a...

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Children’s Summer Art Programs

Discover the world of art making through exploration and experimentation with a variety of materials and organized activities. Basic skills in drawing, painting, and sculpture will be considered.  Imagination, self-confidence and individual style are encouraged. Summer Art Classes for Children July 4-8: Painting and Drawing Morning Workshop 9-11:30am ages 5-9 year Cost $65 Afternoon Workshop 12:30 – [...]

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