(STAFF) - Provincial police say they will be out on the roads looking for distracted drivers
Election day in Simcoe North will begin with a visit from the province's chief electoral officer.
Mallorie Wild says she’s still haunted by what she remembers of the morning a drunk driver ran her over.
An Oro-Medonte Township resident wants to make sure everyone is aware they should be voting at the polling address specified by Elections Ontario and
Mike Davenport has filled the till with $43,850 for the Child Advocacy Centre Simcoe/Muskoka (CACSM) before he sets off next week to defend his Targa
Grade 9 students in Orillia got a chance to make new friends and explore their new schools this week, in advance of classes beginning Tuesday.
A small, but determined group of protesters, held a rally in Barrie to show their disapproval of the province's new sex education curriculum.
It's time to start thinking about all the free time we're going to have in the months ahead when going to the beach is not an option.
Editor's note: This is the fourth of a series of five articles about Samuel de Champlain and the Huron people who adopted him in 1615.
After his team won just one of its first five baseball games, Wes Winkel, never one to back down from a challenge, wondered, briefly, if he had finall
Orillia's Jonathan McMillan made history Sunday at the first Ironman Muskoka in Huntsville, where he crossed the tape first, beating almost 1,300 athl