Tag Archives: information

2012-04-25 – Warrant Executed

St. Thomas Police arrested a 23 year old St. Thomas man on the strength of a warrant held by the Ontario Provincial Police (OPP). Police located the wanted man on St. George and Cora Streets April 24, 2012 at 2:00 pm. The warrant was for a number of charges including, …

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2012-04-23 – Male charged for assault

On Sunday April 22, 2012 St Thomas Police arrested and charged a 49 year old male for assaulting a 51 year old female at a South end group home. The accused was held overnight at police headquarters pending a Monday April 23, 2012 court appearance. The female victim did not …

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2012-04-22 Traffic Enforcement

On April 22nd at 01:35 am St Thomas Police received information about a possible impaired driver in the downtown area. Police located the vehicle. The 51 year old male driver was spoken to by police in his vehicle. An open bottle of beer was observed by police in the driver’s …

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2012-04-17 – Youth arrested

On Monday April 16, 2012 St Thomas Police arrested and charged a 17 year old youth for criminally harassing his ex girlfriend. The youth was held overnight at police headquarters pending a Tuesday April 17, 2012 court appearance. Theft from vehicle Sometime between 5:00PM April 14, 2012 and 8:00AM Sunday …

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2012-04-16 – Theft from vehicle

Sometime during the overnight hours of Monday April 16 2012 a women’s wallet containing money and identification was stolen from an unlocked vehicle parked in the driveway of an Alexandria Street residence. Anyone with information is asked to contact the St Thomas Police Service at 519-631-1364 or Crime Stoppers at …

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I can fix your computer for free!

As vets are to animals, computer support is to computers and the internet. Without help, many people would be unable to use their computers, possibly throwing it out and buying a new one. This would be bad for the environment and the users. Computer stores, not so much. You are …

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In the Head or in the Heart

The St. Thomas Blog - Follow The ElephantOur heads can play some pretty nasty tricks on us. Our minds are so powerful they can trick us into thinking this is what our heart wants, in fact we can go for years on this information. This can put us into so...

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Crime Stoppers July 15th

The St. Thomas Blog - Follow The ElephantCrime Stoppers is not a new concept in crime fighting. It simply promotes more dramatically an investigative tool used by successful investigators for centuries. Cash and anonymity for information. Your call is ...

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Crime Stoppers June 21st

Crime Stoppers is not a new concept in crime fighting. It simply promotes more dramatically an investigative tool used by successful investigators for centuries. Cash and anonymity for information. Your call is free from anywhere in the country. You will not be asked your name, address or telephone number. You …

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In case we actually need to water our garden this summer…

The Port Stanley Village Association have a few barrels left from their rain barrel sale. Barrels are first come first served and are $60 each with all the fittings.  For more information e-mail Linda Hibbert from the Lake Erie Beacon.  linda@lebeacon.ca

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State of the Bunion Speech

Ladies, gentlemen, and those millions watching on television at home, today, now, this is the state of your St. Thomas Blog website as we stand right now. Last Friday, we held our first, but surely not last, office party and much silliness was had by all. Thank you to all …

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Tries hard, could do better.

Just under a year ago, when this website was started, the idea was to keep the residents and visitors to St. Thomas informed as to events and things to do in this great city. It hasn’t been easy, there has been and continues to be resistant from organizations who can’t …

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Magnitude 8.9 Earthquake hits Japan

  At approx 3 a.m. EST a magnitude 8.9 Eartquake hit  NEAR THE EAST COAST OF HONSHU, JAPAN. New and updated information is being released regularly, the concern now is the possiblity for Tsunami hitting coastal areas on both sides of the Pacific. The most current and up to date …

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Came for the meeting, Stayed for the food!

I was fortunate enough to sign my name up and say “Yes, I will be attending the St.Thomas Community Garden Information Session” when the facebook event appeared in my in box. I had heard about these unlawful community gardeners last year when they tried to take a vacant lot and …

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Preparing for the 2011 Budget

The Corporation of the City Of St.Thomas is preparing for the 2011 budget Your attendance is welcome as the City and its many Departments and Services provide and overview of the City’s programs, services and special projects. As the 2011 budget will soon be considered by the City Council your …

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A friend in need…

One of our blog readers contacted me with a bit of a dilemma. They have a gently used (non brand name)  queen box spring and mattress set taking up valuable space in their basement. They would like to make sure that the mattress goes to someone who needs it. They …

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Closures Tues Dec 7

The St.Thomas Public Library will close today at 5pm due to the weather. Any new information will be posted as we receive it.

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Mom`s Night Out-Shopping Event

Ontario Early Years Centre (7 Morrison Drive, St. Thomas) is hosting `Mom`s Night Out-Shopping Event` on Tuesday November 30th from 6:00pm-7:30pm…..An evening of one-stop shopping, refreshments, door prizes and fun! We will have over 40 vendors with a variety of items to sell, including jewelry, beauty products, toys, purses, holiday …

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Canadian Federation of University Women monthly meeting

Join the St. Thomas chapter of the Canadian Federation of University Women for a visit to the Little Red Mitten Wool Store at 86 Talbot (across from Jumbo), Thursday, November 11, starting at 7:30 pm. Prior to the visit, the chapter will meet at the Beanery Restaurant at 6:00 pm. …

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