Viola Simonds looked like a "living skeleton when she was found by paramedics in a darkened, filthy room, a Barrie jury heard Monday.
An Orillia man was chased down by police after spending the evening at a Barrie pub.
As time goes on, memories begin to fade – even those of the casualty-laden bloody battles of the first and second world wars.
Although Second World War veteran Bobby “Flash” Clayton couldn’t celebrate his 93rd birthday with his friends at the Brechin legion, they wanted to make sure he knew they were thinking of him.
ESSA TWP. - Nottawasaga OPP are investigating after a gun locker filled with rifles was found in a field near County Road 90.
St. Paul’s United Church is rebranding itself.
City police have charged a male for smashing windows last month at Barrie City Hall.
Wasaga Beach resident Kathy Hunt and Oro-Medonte resident Susan Finlay research their Orillia-area family trees at the library during the Genealogy Festival Saturday.
Music, jazz music in particular, often includes a little bit of improvisation
Debbie Sammit had an awful fear of heights.
Prime Minister Stephen Harper says he'll monitor what one of his MPs called a "possible terror attack" in which two soldiers were run down southeast of Montreal on Monday morning.
Ontario will invest $3 million into the fight against Ebola in West Africa.
A grizzly bear killed a woman outside her home near Teslin, Yukon, after climbing through the window and chasing her and her husband outside.
Despite protests and a court challenge, 10 communities across the country, including Winnipeg, Calgary and Ottawa, are making the switch from door-to-door mail delivery to community mailboxes starting Monday.
Three years after doctors urged his family to take him off life-support and donate his organs, a young Ontario athlete has succumbed to his injuries from a “freak accident.”
After his brother was slain in jail and cremated, Shane Kargus found a cemetery tag in the ashes.
More than two dozen people were treated at a New Hampshire hospital for injuries resulting from rioting that erupted near the site of an annual pumpkin festival in Keene, a hospital official said on Sunday.
She'll improve health care and education, make streets safer and restore pride in Ontario's PCs.
With three cases of Ebola diagnosed in the United States but dozens of people being monitored in case they contract the disease, President Barack Obama urged Americans on Saturday not to give in to "hysteria" about the spread of the virus.