Big Lots has announced it is leaving Canada, closing its Brantford head office and 78 stores...
Without steady funding, the Boys and Girls Club of Orillia has been forced to suspend its programming, says Lindsay Maurice, executive director of the
The annual Christmas Prelude returns to the Orillia Opera House Saturday.
Registration is now open for a local hockey festival that is expected to include more than 100 teams.
Due to the combined noise of the windshield wipers, beating rain and tire splash, I turn up the volume of the car radio to hear the weather forecast.
One area rink kept its Olympic dream alive while another’s died at the Roar of the Rings Canadian Olympic Trials in Winnipeg Thursday.
Whether they are tearing down buildings or erecting new ones, construction crews have become a familiar sight in Orillia.
A champion of world peace has been lost with the death of Oro-Medonte resident Edwin Abbott.
Carolyn Campbell still dreams of the mountains, how majestic they were. Waking up on Grouse Mountain, she could see Vancouver from her window, rest he
’Tis the season for giving and defrauding.
A 23-year-old Newmarket man is dead after his vehicle left Highway 11 and collided with a tree late Wednesday night.
On Dec. 6, 1989, 14 women were gunned downed at École Polytechnique de Montréal for the simple reason that they were female.
Manitoba’s Jennifer Jones has stolen her way to being one game away from a trip to the Olympics.
For the third straight year, the Orillia Hawks senior C competitive women’s hockey team captured the championship title at the 33rd annual...
An Orillia man is facing charges after the OPP’s drug squad searched a south-end home Tuesday.
They say the familiar world around you changing until you no longer recognize it is part of the process that prepares you for death. They must be...
To attract young art enthusiasts, the Orillia Museum of Art and History (OMAH) is turning the opening night of its annual High School Art Show into...
Even when puppets wear out — when they lose their eyes and their stitching comes loose — their sense of fun remains.