A Severn Township woman feels like she's hitting a dead end in her hopes that the City of Orillia would pay to repair her new car.
Andrew Philips, Special to Postmedia Network
A special group that's helped bring thousands of sick area residents back to health celebrates their centennial next week.
PENETANGUISHENE – These troops certainly didn’t need much rallying from Opposition leader Patrick Brown.
A line item in the public school board's impending budget concerns Jodi Lloyd.
Not everyone gets a warning sign quite like Don Mayhew received.
Susan Lang expects a busy year when it comes to Orillia's waterfront.
Orillia officials are taking a wait-and- see approach when it comes to Ontario Municipal Board (OMB) changes.
The chilly and very wet start to May may not been to everyone's liking.
TINY TOWNSHIP -- For William Shotyk, the message to area residents is simple.
Summer's almost here, which can only mean one thing: road construction.
City residents should begin seeing something new sprouting up on West Street this summer.
Barrie might get most of the housing headlines, but building is also booming in the Sunshine City.
The Orillia area is sporting a few more grey hairs these days.
Mary Jane appears to be overtaking the Marlboro Man as the plant of choice among high school students.
It might be small, but it sure packs a punch.
Oro-Medonte's bylaw department had a busy 2016 with slight fluctuations in charges laid depending on severity.
In today's world, a workplace injury or death just shouldn't occur.
Donna Valentine just wishes May would go away.
Area schools boards are warning parents to be on the lookout for a new television series that deals with a particularly troubling subject.
These perch seem to be a little smarter than previous year participants.