While watching tractor trailers colliding and some bursting into flames – along with rescuing some of the drivers — Barrie resident Matt Compeau’s military training probably saved lives.
Ian McInroy, Barrie Examiner
Women looking to get back into the workforce are getting a hand-up, thanks to Dress for Success.
Simcoe-North MPP and Progressive Conservative Party leader Patrick Brown takes exception to the Liberals’ climate change strategy, including cap-and-trade.
ORO-MEDONTE TWP. – While Lake Simcoe Regional Airport (LSRA) continues to thrive, it could be getting even busier with an impending arrangement with the Greater Toronto Airport Authority (GTAA).
A man is dead following a collision between a snowmobile and a train on Friday, north of Barrie.
Police have once again expanded their week-long search for Mandy Thompson.
After almost a week, police continue to search for a missing Barrie woman.
Barrie police and OPP are continuing their search in the city's east end and Oro-Medonte Township for Mandy Thompson, a 72-year-old Barrie woman who police say suffers from dementia and went missing from her Laidlaw Drive home Friday morning.
You may not be Scottish, but chances are good you have a connection to Scotland’s bard, Robert Burns.
Georgian College may be the post-secondary destination for many young people.
Reported incidents of the flu in the region are higher than at this time last year, according to health officials.
With the past few days of rain and mild weather, people are being urged to exercise caution when venturing onto the ice, where they could encounter dangerous conditions.
Growth pressures will be on the minds of Simcoe County District School Board trustees as they begin to ponder the board’s capital plan.
Georgian College students will be at the leading edge of technology after a funding announcement Monday morning for a new facility at the Barrie campus.
Don't shy away from winter, embrace it.
In everyone’s life, there are obstacles that may seem insurmountable.
Eager fishermen wanting to head onto the ice are pushing their luck, according to police and area anglers.
Give the gift of history to your family this holiday season.
Snowmobilers are hailing Mother Nature and her recent dumping of the white stuff.
None of us should have too much salt and neither should Mother Nature.Local conservation authorities and area municipalities are ramping up efforts to see less salt getting into the environment, but not at the expense of safety. According to Environment Canada, residents in the Lake Simcoe watershed can expect a winter with lots of snow, but reside