Santa is coming and this is his goal
The City of Orillia’s parks, recreation and culture department will host a free New Year’s Eve event Dec. 31.
Ten years after Ebenezer Scrooge’s amazing transformation.
For some area residents, it might be the best meal they have all year.
Lakehead University’s board of governors has appointed Moira McPherson as the university’s provost and vice-president (academic).
The City of Orillia is looking for a volunteer from the public to assist with a review of how economic development services are delivered in the...
Over the past year, the Community Foundation of Orillia and Area (CFOA) has granted more than $100,000 to local charities.
Lake Country Harmony, a non-profit ladies barbershop chorus based in Orillia, presented its annual Christmas Sing-Along recently at the Orillia...
A man who fell through the ice Monday afternoon on Lake Couchiching near Tudhope Park is in “good condition,” Orillia OPP Const. Jim Edwards said.
Officers from the Collingwood and The Blue Mountains Detachment of the Ontario Provincial Police (OPP) are investigating a sudden death at a Hickory S
ALLISTON – Dressed in a replica Salvation Army uniform, including a peak cap, a man removed Christmas kettles from two businesses here.
Playing their fourth game in less than 72 hours, fatigue turned what looked like a sure win into a disappointing loss and prevented the Rama Aces from
The Crate's Lake Country Boats Orillia Lakers under-12 major atom boys team hosted basketball tournament recently, which included a food drive for the
Showing character and determination, the Jim Wilson Orillia Terriers rallied twice and scored the game-tying goal with their goalie on the bench and j
While wintering in Florida last year, Orillia's Fred Grainger was introduced to a pickleball, a new sport that has been taking that state by storm.
One of the hardest parts about dealing with bullies is doing so in a way where they aren’t bullied back.