A slow start proved costly for the Orillia Kings, as the young squad fell behind early en route to an 11-5 loss to the Mississauga Tomahawks in...
The new Orillia Sports Hall of Fame, still pining for a physical home, has a solid foundation after inducting four world-class athletes and...
The Kiwanis T-ball program will start May 5 and run for six weeks.
Every once in a while, a person or people will do something so special that it gives you hope.
To some, Jacob Kearey-Moreland is a breath of fresh air — especially in the stagnant world of politics often dominated by old-fashioned ideas.
Residents of an area of the city are being asked to contact police if they’ve had anything stolen from their vehicles after a youth was arrested.
The city’s youth will be in the spotlight starting later this week.
The inaugural Roots North Music Festival on the weekend was a hit, according to Mike Rothwell.
A Scottish national faces charges resulting from a fatal collision that claimed the life of a Beaverton man.
Born in Toronto in 1915, Jack Faulkner was raised on his parents' Port Credit farm and a home in Toronto, where they stayed for the winter so he and i
Mariposa Arts Theatre (MAT) has announced a new addition to its regular theatrical season this year.
There is no exact science to miracles, sometimes they just happen.
Vancouver folk-rockers The River and The Road will be in Orillia May 16 to continue the celebration the launch of their new record, Headlights (produc