The safer separation of Highway 400's northbound and southbound lanes is creeping along.
Ken Szijarto wants everyone to vote in next year’s federal election.
The culture of our city, any city, extends to the schools we have; from how the next generation is taught and integrated into our community to how sch
If you head out to Rotary Place Saturday night to watch the Jim Wilson Orillia Terriers host Alliston, keep an eye on No. 78. Standing just a shade un
Station No. 1, Orillia’s spacious, modern and energy-efficient new fire hall, is an attractive, purpose-built facility that should be a source of prid
A silent starting pistol has been cocked, well before the writ is to be dropped.
A celebration of memories and support was held at Hospice Simcoe on Tuesday.
The man, who once exerted tremendous power over newspapers at home and abroad, says the industry needs to inject more resources into its products.
County paramedics want to buy the old West Street fire hall and the property it sits on.
The Lakehead University men’s hockey team started slow but is emerging as a force to be reckoned with.
Christmas came early for several Orillia organizations.
The re-opening of the Oro-Medonte Community Arena has been pushed back once again – but only by a few weeks.