An exposition slated for Thursday provides a great opportunity for both businesses and consumers.
As a member of the Orillia Public Library board, I wish to extend my personal apologies to the library members who will be unable to use the...
Re: “Deal would put rights at risk,” letter to the editor, Oct. 17
I don’t know why I was sitting on our front porch thinking of mice — too much cheese, perhaps — but it occurred to me there is a lot of cruelty...
The sad reality — for those who profess faith — is church attendance has never been lower.
One step forward, two steps back. That has been the mantra so far this season for the Jim Wilson Orillia Terriers.
RAMA — Disappointed by a lacklustre effort in a home-ice loss a week earlier, the Rama Aces started strong, held off a counterattack and rode another
The water was choppy and the air, chilly, but with a game plan and a little luck Taro Murata and Paul Castellano cinched the top spot at this year’s L
The inaugural History Speakers evening of the season was held last week at the Orillia Museum of Art and History (OMAH).
With gratitude for her leadership and vision, the board and staff of the Housing Resource Centre has announced the coming retirement of executive dire
As time goes on, memories begin to fade – even those of the casualty-laden bloody battles of the first and second world wars.
An Orillia man was chased down by police after spending the evening at a Barrie pub.
Although Second World War veteran Bobby “Flash” Clayton couldn’t celebrate his 93rd birthday with his friends at the Brechin legion, they wanted to ma
ESSA TWP. - Nottawasaga OPP are investigating after a gun locker filled with rifles was found in a field near County Road 90.
There was never much room to get comfortable in this game. But the Barrie Colts were still able to hold off the oncoming attack and pick up two points.
St. Paul’s United Church is rebranding itself.