Cathy Downham, co-founder of Project Umbrella Burma, right, and Graham Warren, who will soon be going overseas to teach through the Orillia-based inte
City politicians have set aside money to clean up the brownfield at 255 West St. S.
The budget for the aquatic centre and double gymnasium proposed to go up at the former David H. Church Public School site on James Street is not being
When the Mariposa Folk Festival needed help, Bernice “Bernie” Haley was there.
Ample parking close to vendors is key for Orillia Farmers’ Market shoppers, some customers say.
Federal Environment Minister Peter Kent was scheduled to be in Orillia Friday evening for a Conservative party riding association...
Imagine you are in a community band or orchestra. For illustration, let’s say it’s the Catskill Valley Wind Ensemble of Oneonta, N.Y. That’s a real...
When Troy Dobson hung up his boxing gloves and walked away from the sport he loved in 1999, he turned his attention to his young family and his career
A new Port of Orillia building could be on the horizon as part of the city’s plan for the waterfront.
Barrie police are investigating a death on Line 5 North in Oro-Medonte.
In the midst of contract negotiations with OPP, city politicians have agreed to set aside $3 million over the next five years, potentially to upgrade
A Coldwater man is facing numerous charges after allegedly crashing a car into parked vehicles and trying to evade police.
For the 2013-14 school year, the Simcoe County District School Board (SCDSB) will have a balanced budget in excess of $516 million.
In 1938, both the Calvary Pentecostal Tabernacle and Gordon Lightfoot officially became part of the Orillia community.
Paddy the cocker spaniel had a life of his own. He would escort Maureen and her sisters to the bus stop each morning, then trot off with a purposeful