A Heights of Horseshoe ski instructor teaches a group of young first time skiers at the Seventh Annual March Meltdown Ski 'N' Snowboard Day is being h
It’s time again for the International Women’s Day Art Show at the Orillia Museum of Art and History.
When a box of =clothes arrives at Angel Dutrisac’s Orillia home, her daughter, Minka, 4, ‘oohs and ahhs.'
After 14 consecutive years of low water levels in Georgian Bay, the tides have begun to change.
Bob Kain was overwhelmed when he went from creating cartoons to teaching cartooning.
The Orillia Vocal Ensemble (OVE) and special guests will present a fundraising concert in support of Couchiching Jubilee House March 22.
A dog that went missing from an Oro-Medonte Township property has turned up near Guelph.
Ramara Township is ready for a new leader, says Deputy Mayor Basil Clarke.
Finding efficiencies throughout Orillia Soldiers’ Memorial Hospital (OSMH) is paying off.
Four Orillia athletes won gold medals at the provincial high school wrestling championship this week.
It’s OK to be silly and laugh, and that’s what students at OD/Park Secondary School did Thursday during the day-long workshops and show put on by ...
Gertie was bawling like a baby when Hannah went down to the barn to check on her. It was “kind of nerve-racking” dealing with a pregnant goat. If Gert
The owner of the property at 329 Nottawasaga St. has been charged under the Provincial Offences Act for failing to maintain a smoke alarm, contravenin
With many more goals to accomplish, the mayors of Oro-Medonte, Severn and Ramara townships are hoping to secure another term in the municipal election