Avian-flu fears in another part of the province have led to the cancellation of an event at Burl's Creek next month.
Eva Olsson, now 90, remembers vividly the day in May 1944 when she and her family were packed into a boxcar jammed with Jews. They were told they were
Each year, 13.5 million Canadians volunteer. They volunteer not for recognition but because they believe better communities are built by sharing time,
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The Orillia Suns Volleyball Club is hosting clinics for its spring Nebula program.
Four fighters representing Orillia Fight Team (OFT), joined by OFT head Kyle Vivian and training partners Tammy Laflamme and Alicia Pyette, loaded int
The words "roots north" are uniquely Canadian and conjure images of simpler times spent in cabins, near lakes and campfires with good friends. Roots N
The conundrum associated with prostate cancer is when detected early, it is deemed curable, but when it has left the prostate gland or has returned fo
A gas bar clerk was thrown to the floor during a robbery Tuesday morning in south-Barrie.
MIDLAND — Ontario Public Service (OPS) workers will be holding an information picket on Wednesday over what they say is the provincial government's re
Lithium ion batteries in a shredder caught fire at a Barrie electronic recycling operation Saturday night.