OPP has provided the city with a billing estimate for 2015 using a new costing formula and the city will save slightly more than it anticipated.
The community Ryan Ball called home wants to help the late teen’s family.
Orillia’s second fire station was closed for one night earlier this month because there weren’t enough firefighters available to staff it.
Orillia will honour homegrown Canadian music icon Gordon Lightfoot with a three-day festival.
Do you remember the War of 1812? Me neither. But our federal government sure spent a pie of the taxpayers’ money to let Canadians not forget.
Congratulations to the organizers, venues and musicians of the Orillia Jazz Festival.
Orillia has won a bid to host the Ontario Hockey Federation all-Ontario midget championship in April — a first for the city.
Barrie MP Patrick Brown no longer feels safe in Ottawa.
Don’t stop me if you’ve heard this one. There will be a tall-tale-telling competition at the Orillia Museum of Art and History (OMAH) Nov. 1. Seriousl
The Canadian Orpheus Male Choir (COMC) will be in concert Saturday at St. Paul’s United Church in Orillia at 7:30 p.m.
The Lake Country Animal Hospital atom B Hawks girls’ hockey team took on two of the top teams recently at Brian Orser Arena.
Joseph Chiaramida, 21, of Orillia, participated in his second powerlifting tournament recently in Hamilton and came away with the gold medal in the 93
At every home game, Ty Arends shouts words of encouragement to his hockey heroes — the players who wear the blue and white of the Rama Aces.
WASAGA BEACH — There is absolutely no reason not to vote in this municipal election “unless you don’t want to,” says Wasaga Beach clerk Twyla Nixon.