When Shelley Raymond’s father could no longer take care of himself at home, Shelley was at a loss.
When Robert Moore moved to Orillia in 2005, he wasn’t sure what his future was going to look like.
When the mother of a young boy died two years after leaving her son at a Cambodian orphanage, Orillia Pastor Len Crow knew he had more work to do.
Clad in red brick and two storeys high, Franklin Carmichael’s childhood home blends into the Scott Street landscape.
Business owners impacted by the Memorial Avenue reconstruction will see a tax-payment deferral.
When Unison Engine Components needed 40 skilled tradespeople two years ago, the Orillia company had to look outside Canada, says general manager...
When Amanda Coles’s Port Severn house burned to the ground Christmas Day, she thought she’d lost everything.
The Orillia Kings were perfect as they swept to the midget-division title at the 2013 Boyd Balkwill Memorial Lacrosse Tournament on the weekend.
Many people don’t look forward to Monday mornings, but nine-year-old Riley Parham can’t wait for them to come around.
Sticking with Ontario Provincial Police doesn’t mean constructing a new Orillia detachment.
Design will soon begin on Orillia’s fire station.
To bring about peaceful solutions to local and global problems, the community has to be engaged, says Ian Dowdell, a member of the Orillia Arts for...
Police are investigating a serious crash between two motorcycles, a pickup truck and a hatchback that sent one man to hospital.
Donna Green doesn't know a lot about motorcycles.