ORO-MEDONTE - Run or Dye was a celebration of life and colour.
Faculty at Ontario's 24 colleges, including Georgian College, reached a tentative agreement with the College Employer Council just four days before the first day of school.
Severn Township firefighters are doused with 5,000 gallons of water in support of Fire Chief Eric Dowell and the amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS) ice-bucket challenge.
Rodney Noganosh has become chief of the Chippewas of Rama First Nation, says Scott Jacobs, the election's electoral officer.
Orillians looking to try out a new sport, or leisure activity have many opportunities as autumn approaches.
Those participating in the Orillia Terry Fox Run on Sunday, September 14, should start fundraising now, says event organizer Alison Stoneman.
The father of a nine-year-old boy wound up being charged after police say he allowed the youngster to operate a personal watercraft on his own out on Lake Simcoe.
With kids heading back to school Tuesday, OPP is urging drivers to slow down and watch for school buses.
When the sun begins to rise each morning, local students enter the Hewitts Sweet Corn fields in Warminster to start their work day.
Lynn Whelan is not convinced clearing the logjam in the Black River behind her house will do much to alleviate spring flooding in the north end of Ramara Township — and a provincial ministry agrees.
When sentencing criminals, Orillia’s longtime provincial court judge, Leonard Montgomery, always used common sense, his family says.
Sharon Stinson Henry is “grateful” to have served as chief of the Chippewas of Rama First Nation for 14 years.
Tom Oldershaw will take a second crack at his local ride to raise money and awareness for Barrie's David Busby Street Centre this weekend.
An Orillia husband-and-wife duo have taken their band, WinnieBrave, on the road in a tour across Ontario with American “anarcho-folk-punk” musician Bryan McPherson.
The sabre-rattling words of two world leaders has the hair on the back of people’s necks here standing at attention.
A prominent minister and candidate in the upcoming municipal election is accused of having a 17-year-old girl send him naked pictures of herself.
Even Mayor Rob Ford thought the goose dirt accusations sounded horrific.
Faculty at Ontario's 24 colleges reached a tentative agreement with the College Employer Council just four days before the first day of school.
Training for battle reflected many of the conditions soldiers would experience in the trenches along the Western Front — rain, cold and confusion.