Despite a scathing ruling by a judge who found Orillia Sgt. Russ Watson “karate kicked” and “sucker punched” a helpless woman, he remains in good standing as a police officer, the OPP confirms.
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Richard Humble, 82, was a proud, independent man. He loved his quiet home, he loved nature, and the retired engineer was enjoying his peaceful, rural life.
ORO-MEDONTE TWP. — A stubborn blaze on a frigid and windy night left a Ridge Road West family homeless Wednesday.
The city will replant trees in its parks ravaged by a storm last September, but it will have less money than hoped for do so.
The proposed name of Orillia’s new high school will leave no doubt where its students are from.
A resident’s request for a four-way stop at the intersection of Patrick and Penetang streets, near Lions Oval Public School, won’t be granted.
It may be a huge mountain to climb for Everest College, but the trustees in bankruptcy governing the career college are considering a purchase of the Canadian campuses, including one in Barrie.
The Simcoe Muskoka Regional Cancer Program (SMRCP) at Royal Victoria Regional Health Centre (RVH) and Cancer Care Ontario (CCO) hope a new online tool called My CancerIQ will help reduce cancer risk.
BRADFORD — A pedestrian was struck and killed while walking along Highway 11 south of Bradford early Thursday morning.
MIDLAND – A local man fled on a snowmobile after a woman was assaulted and her pet threatened Wednesday.
Two men and one woman face human trafficking and other related offences after a teenage girl was rescued from a downtown hotel room.
The Child Advocacy Centre of Simcoe Muskoka is still searching for the money to keep to going over the long term.
They may have filled in his tunnel but the day after letting the world know he was the mystery digger, Elton McDonald still found a way to go underground.
When you go fishing, you don’t expect to measure your catch by its wingspan.
Got a question for Mayor John Tory? He’s answering them this Thursday.
A man rescued by the U.S. Coast Guard on Lake St. Clair Thursday said he was walking over the frozen ice from Detroit to Toronto.
An Ontario government led by Progressive Conservative MPP Christine Elliott would lower the province’s business tax rate to 10% over a three-year period.
Women are increasingly being forced to travel farther to have their babies as hospital birthing services are cut or shut down completely, the Ontario Health Coalition (OHC) warns.