To some, the announcement of a new partnership deal signed with Pacific-rim countries came as welcome news.
If you haven't received your Elections Canada voting card in the mail, now is the time to fix it.
A defence lawyer accused a professional Ontario Provincial Police interrogator of using lie tactics to manipulate Paul Faria to confess to a murder he
There was certainly more to laugh at than was expected at the performance by The Comic Strippers Saturday at Orillia’s Opera House.
Close to 60 people stood along Atherley Road Sunday at Tudhope Park, holding pro-life messages such as “Abortion Kills Children,”...
Brad Woods cannot imagine how performing in front of a crowd of thousands can help connect the performer on a personal level with the audience.
Today marks the 21st World Teachers’ Day in honour of the millions of teachers around the world.
It is an odd world we live in. I was browsing through the New York Times and saw an ad for an evening with Caitlyn Jenner at Roy Thompson Hall.
Orillia took part in Saturday’s Quintessence breastfeeding challenge.
A mental illness anti-stigma information fair will take place Wednesday from 1 to 7 p.m. at the Orillia Public Library in Program Room 1.
Amid growing pains associated with a young, inexperienced team, the Jim Wilson Orillia Terriers are showing signs of life.
The Scotiabank minor midget Orillia Terriers rallied to defeat the visiting East Gwillimbury Eagles 4-3 at Rotary Place Saturday night.
Four games were played in the Renegades Orillia Ladies’ Hockey League recently.
The Barrie lakeshore was a sea of pink Sunday morning as runners, walkers and toddlers being pushed in strollers took part in the annual Barrie/Orillia
Four Simcoe County paramedics received awards at the Ontario Association of Paramedics Chiefs (OAPC) annual general meeting in Windsor on Sept. 24. De