Re Downtown detachment debated, Nov. 8
With all the sexual harassment problems in the workforce, why not promote more women to be CEOs and managers?
Kids these days! Often, those three words are spoken with scorn by people of a certain vintage.
City ratepayers could see a nearly 3% increase in the municipal portion of their 2018 tax bills.
As the season rings in snow and cold weather, Big Brothers Big Sisters of Orillia is asking residents of the area to wipe off the dust from...
Comfort can sometimes come in small packages.
Stephen Hawking, one of the great minds of our generation, knows the power of hope is fuelled by sharing ideas.
Residents and stakeholders had a chance to help shape the future of Ramara Township recently.
The highlight of last weekend’s Gathering, a two-day affair of music and dance at St. Paul’s Centre, was the performance of the Hilario Duran Trio.
Bremner Orthopaedics started off a stormy night with a 4-3 win against Giant Tiger.
Twin Lakes Secondary School is celebrating its September and October athletes of the month.
The Orillia Hawks senior C ladies hockey team went undefeated at the recent Barrie Sharkfest.
Sean Palmer (left) of the St. Peter’s Panthers tries to get around a St. Thomas Aquinas Stingers player during the Basketball Tip-Off Tournament.
The city’s capital budget features an array of projects, from major road reconstruction and building renovations to infrastructure improvements.