Within a span of 17 days, a local woman has been arrested twice for trafficking cocaine.
Something special has been in the works, somewhat quietly, in the Sunshine City recently.
There were two fatalities in the province during the long weekend, OPP stated in a media release.
Prince Philip’s recent visit to Toronto had Pete McGarvey reminiscing about Orillia’s 1959 royal visit.
Gabriello Pitman doesn’t have psychic abilities or super powers, but he’ll trick Orillians into thinking he does.
Passports for the Canadian Federation of University Women (CFUW) Orillia’s annual Homes Tour, taking place June 2, are now available.
With no deaths in Ontario during the May long weekend, police are hoping it’s a sign of things to come, says OPP Sgt. Peter Leon.
Eight years ago, Jake Piotrowski and Cam Thorn stepped onto the field behind Barrie’s Eastview Secondary School as junior-high-school football rookies
John Webb is getting creative in supporting his mother's cancer fight.
Orillia's lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgendered (LGBT) youth no longer have to feel out of place in the small city, says Dale Boyle.
When she's not caring for her two young daughters, Christine Murray is hitting and knocking down other women.
Packing the Orillia Farmers' Market — with its 70-plus vendors — into market square is the wrong move, says some market vendors and shoppers.
Hamilton Police have made a second arrest in the Tim Bosma murder case.
The NDP launched a "roll up the red carpet" campaign Wednesday to abolish the Senate in the face of a growing spending scandal.