An Orillia woman will get her dream fulfilled with a new, innovative medical procedure that will allow her to once again run, play tennis and, most of all, play with her grandchildren.
Premier Kathleen Wynne hopped off a southbound GO train at the Barrie South station shortly after 9 a.m. Friday.
Simcoe County wants residents to know more about its Official Plan (OP) and how it will affect them.
A Supreme Court ruling that municipal meetings can't begin in religious prayer is being contemplated by two local township councils that typically recite a Christian one before getting into their agendas.
Of the patients admitted Orillia Soldiers' Memorial Hospital's mental- health unit as a threat to themselves last year, records obtained under access-to-information laws reveal that 10% had used cannabis within the three days before.
First Nation, Metis and Inuit students from across the Simcoe County District School Board explore their voices and their future during a conference Friday at Geneva Park. The students heard from speaker Dave Jones (second from left in the back row) and his team with an organization called Turtle Concepts about the importance of being proud of thei
Brechin residents are mourning the loss of a favourite son.
OPP are reminding the public about the alternative way to report minor crimes through OPP's Citizen Self Reporting system.
High school students sponsored by local Rotary Clubs play a team-building game Friday at Geneva Park to kick off a three-day leadership conference. Over the weekend, the students, who came from an area that stretches from Innisfil to Timmins, will learn skills to help them be strong leaders in various aspects of community life. ROBERTA BELL/THE PAC
The Wm. (Bill) Swinimer Business Leader of the Year Award presentation took place Wednesday night at Hawk Ridge. Nominees were Lorne and Mary Sinclair (Carousel Collectable), Karen Koprla (Mariposa Gymnastic Club) and Drs. Andrew Westlaken & Deb Collins (Synergy Health Care). The winner was Karen Koprla. The award was presented by Bill Swinimer. SU
One of Orillia's most talked about landmarks will be Next In Conversation at the public library on April 21.
The driver of a vehicle in the wrong lane which nearly struck a police cruiser was charged with impaired and dangerous driving Thursday night in Barrie.
Myrna Clark will be the New Democratic Party candidate for the riding of Barrie-Innisfil in the upcoming federal election.
ALCONA – Two teens were charged after police responded to a call about youths armed with a knife looking to buy drugs Thursday.
Charles H. Hulse Public School will be closed from until Monday to allow time for the building to ventilate after pesticides used in the school reportedly made some children ill.
Without shelter of trees, talons of wind rend the vulnerable farm fields of Salabwek, Kenya, stripping away precious topsoil. But one 16-year-old arborist is bringing back the trees.
Four U.K. sailors have been charged for the alleged gang rape of a Nova Scotia woman at an Air Force base in Halifax.
Your grocery list is about to get a whole new look.
Journalist Mark Bourrie didn't want to be paid for helping Sen. Mike Duffy fight the Internet "trolls" who started posting "mean, anonymous crap" about him after he was appointed to the Senate in 2009.