Ramara has run into problems completing the section of the Trans-Canada Trail through the township.
Ontario’s next Progressive Conservative leader needs to do a better job connecting with both average citizens and the party’s membership, says...
The city will hold a public engagement day Sept. 4, which will feature workshops and discussion related to the branding and wayfinding project.
As the summer comes to a close, students across Ontario are getting ready to head back to school.
For 48 years, Big Brothers Big Sisters has been serving the City of Orillia and its surrounding communities by providing positive role models...
Starry Night was fantastic. It didn’t rain.
In less than a decade, Orillia has moved to the head of the class when it comes to educational facilities.
Should dual citizenship continue to be allowed?
Following is a list of Orillia Ball Hockey League leaders.
National Nutrition visited Bracebridge with visions of an undefeated season and came away with a disappointing split in the doubleheader.
The 19th annual Bucky’s Best Ball Golf Tournament will be held Sept. 20 at the Bonaire Golf and Country Club.
The Barrie Baycats are back to the same point they were at a year ago.
Laura Joyce couldn’t imagine her life without her dog.
When the Second World War was declared in 1939, Robert J. “Flash” Clayton enlisted in the Canadian Forces hoping to fight the Nazis, who...
When classes resume next month, Couchiching Heights Public School will be the last in Orillia to implement full-day junior and senior kindergarten.
Bringing the entire student body together will no longer require a field trip for a Severn Township school.
Groups that rely on the ice at the Oro-Medonte Community Arena are being displaced or forced to delay the start of their seasons.