Stories continued late into the night at this weekend's First Nations literary festival at Rama First Nation, even after the fire had burned out.
Mehreen Shahid, Special to the Packet & Times
City councillors blushed and gushed this week as they decided the fate of adult-themed stores in Orillia.
Out with the old and in with the new.
Orillia residents had a blast from the past on the weekend.
Parking in the downtown core could soon have new management.
It took 71 years for Second World War veteran Alfred "Bud" Weeks to be able to even look at the battlefield in France where the 22-year-old laid for what seemed like an eternity as the Germans shot at him.
A landmark building downtown is getting some modern TLC.
Council committee will get back to work Monday to discuss a range of issues including adult entertainment, downtown parking and the fate of Orillia Central School.
What do you get when you put together a feast and a festival? The Big Feastival, of course.
Craig Cardiff wants to end summer on a musical note.
Anishinabek First Nations will now be able to set their own curricula for on- reserve schools.
Zach Hofer wants his fellow youth to step up and support one another.
The Orillia Fire Department is reminding students and parents to ensure safety and emergency requirements are met at their future accommodations.
Brandon Amyot grew up confined in the gender-identity boxes created by society.
New mothers in Orillia now have another option for keeping their sleeping babies safe.
Eve Lumes always wished she could do something to help the young homeless people she saw on the streets of downtown Ottawa.
A 37-year-old Orillia man was taken into custody following a standoff with police that began Monday afternoon.
Those who venture into Grant’s Woods between now and Oct. 1 will get more of a view than usual.
The annual Orillia Waterfront Festival will help close this year’s season of big events at the port.
For Brenda Curliss and her two sisters, Sunday nights were special.