Re Don’t sell, letter to the editor, July 18
ORILLIA – Oro-Medonte Township has withdrawn its zoning and municipal licensing bylaw charges relating to 2016's Wayhome, Boots & Hearts festivals.
Parking in the downtown core could soon have new management.
The Orillia OPP has made an arrest in a serious assault incident that happened Sunday.
The Orillia OPP are looking for the public's help in identifying a mischief suspect.
Thousands visited Rama First Nation during the weekend for the annual powwow.
It took 71 years for Second World War veteran Alfred "Bud" Weeks to be able to even look at the battlefield in France where the 22-year-old laid for w
As Chris Howe raced back into Couchiching Beach Park on the final leg of the Northern Triathlon Sunday morning, not one of the other 321 athletes vyin
Dark clouds swirled and rain came down in wind-blown sheets just as the annual Kids of Steel was set to begin Saturday afternoon at Couchiching Beach
As chair of AWARE Simcoe, I am disappointed that several recent letters to you by Mr. Doyle and Mr. McKee paint our organization in such negative term
If The Big Feastival is Wayhome for kids, then Fred Penner is its Neil Young.
About 10,000 people each day made their way to Burl's Creek for The Big Feastival.