New parking restriction recommended
WayHome Music and Arts Festival is welcoming new acts to its line-up for this year.
Orillia OPP is investigating reports of a sexual assault that happened Tuesday.
The story of the search for a Georgian Bay Township man missing for more than two weeks has a sad ending.
The city's auto-collision-repair industry could take a hit starting next week.
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Always on edge, eating very little and confined to the house, Deanna Peacock's only chance at surviving a diagnosis of pulmonary fibrosis was a lung transplant.
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The city will soon have a public art policy and committee that should help drive future projects involving brushes, palettes and sculpting materials.
Burl's Creek will be able to continue serving suds and vino in its large barn.
Simcoe County’s population continues to grow, but response times to emergencies by county paramedics are shrinking.
Improving response times and adding another fire station in the west end of the city were among recommendations included the Orillia fire protection services master plan.
While the nation's largest school board has suspended all trips stateside, local boards continue to carefully monitor the situation.
A song of hope is all that is needed to follow your dreams.
A cat that went missing in California 2 1/2 years ago has shown up many miles away in Canada.
Prosecutors say a suburban Atlanta woman accused of sitting on her 2-year-old son’s head to gain his submission has been indicted on a charge of first-degree child cruelty.
A woman in California says her cat, that went missing four years ago, has been found in Ontario.
A man with a marijuana grow-op in his basement has had his drug conviction thrown out because police had no right to enter his home — even though his four-year-old had been found wandering alone near a busy intersection dressed only in a diaper, Ontario’s top court ruled on Wednesday.
Declaring an end to what he’s called “the war on coal,” U.S. President Donald Trump signed an executive order Tuesday that eliminates numerous restrictions on fossil fuel production, breaking with leaders across the globe who have embraced cleaner energy sources.