Stonetrotter marks the release of their first full-length album with a mini-tour of Ontario.
A Syrian refugee family could be resettled in Orillia by the end of the year, and the Mariposans for Refugees (M4R--Project Syria) organization is get
Sadly, Christmas morning is not magical for some kids. Christmas dinner, for them, may not feature turkey with all the trimmings. But, thankfully, the
Calvin Kudar, a Grade 8 student at Warminster Elementary School, recently returned from a session serving as a legislative page at the Legislative Ass
The YMCA of Simcoe/Muskoka has joined #GivingTuesdayCA, an initiative that will harness the collective power of charities, families, businesses and in
Diploma in hand, I walked out of Convocation Hall. I finally finished my program at the University of Toronto. However, before being able to sprint of
We are a bottom-line-driven world. As taxpayers, we demand fiscal restraint and expect financial responsibility from our elected representatives. We a
Instead of being careful money managers, our governments at all levels (municipal, provincial and federal) continue to spend money on all manner of th
Two impressive local high-school basketball teams will mine for gold in southwestern Ontario this week.
Orillia's Olivia DiBacco is a golden girl -- again.
Dalt's Honda beat Orillia Storage Company 4-2. For Dalt's: Jacob Sandford (2g), Alex Lequyer (1g,1a), Chris Granger (1g), Carson Keddy (2a) and Gavin
CLEARVIEW TWP. - Lindsay Stubbs fought back tears as she looked through family photos of herself and her sister Kelly Coleman.