Passports for the Canadian Federation of University Women (CFUW) Orillia’s annual Homes Tour, taking place June 2, are now available.
John Webb is getting creative in supporting his mother's cancer fight.
When she's not caring for her two young daughters, Christine Murray is hitting and knocking down other women.
Packing the Orillia Farmers' Market — with its 70-plus vendors — into market square is the wrong move, says some market vendors and shoppers.
When Steve Davie’s Horseshoe Valley home began shaking Friday morning, he was ready to run outside.
Golfers teeing off at the Couchiching Golf and Country Club at the beginning of next month will be doing so for a good cause.
A 66-year-old Sebright woman has been charged after a two-vehicle collision on Highway 11 near Shoreview Drive late Friday morning.
Next week, the public will get to see the result of renovations to the Sir Samuel Steele Memorial Building.
Turning on a tap provides clean water to Chelsea Crockett.
The Township of Ramara, officially declared a disaster zone, has qualified for the Ontario Disaster Relief Assistance Program (ODRAP).
The Trent-Severn Waterway may be open for business, but area boaters aren’t sure how much it’s going to be getting.
On the surface, Rodney Frost’s imagination appears to have gotten the best of him. And, as a consequence, we are the beneficiaries.
The Huronia Stallions varsity football team is poised for another strong year.
Mayor Rob Ford is denying “any such allegation” that he was caught on video “smoking crack cocaine,” according to his lawyer.
Prime Minister Stephen Harper's chief of staff has resigned his post after helping Sen. Mike Duffy to repay $90,000 in improperly claimed expenses.