A team of four OPP constables have gone back to the “old-school style” of policing.
Students in Georgian College’s Policing Foundations Program are carrying a heavy load for a good cause.
There will be more than just plowing when the 2014 International Plowing Match and Rural Expo comes to Essa Township.
Sunday marks the 34th anniversary of the day Terry Fox brought his Marathon of Hope for cancer research to Orillia.
Orillia should focus on making life more affordable for its middle class residents, says Ward 2 candidate Craig Basaraba.
High bacteria level warnings are now in place for several beaches, including Centennial Beach in Barrie.
Whenever someone was in need of a volunteer, they asked Bill Price.
Police must make every effort to give suspected impaired drivers access to legal counsel, a Supreme Court ruling emphasized last week.
Orillia Power Corporation (OPC) is in the preliminary stages of developing and constructing a fourth hydroelectric generation facility.
City staff is looking at temporary solutions to chronic flooding problems on Front Street.
The fourth annual Coldwater Steampunk Festival will be held Aug. 8 and 9.
Orillia’s St. Michael’s Roman Catholic Cemetery is cracking down on decorations.
A new palliative care co-ordinator is now available to local residents suffering from terminal illnesses, officials say.
Midland police are warning the public after what they describe as a 'large predatory cat' was spotted on the east side of town.
By further examining its major capital facilities plan, Orillia council members were able to axe $7.5 million in spending Monday.
The annual Leacock Summer Festival starts today.
Mayor Angelo Orsi wants justification for spending up to $32 million on Orillia’s parks and trails system.
A total of six Lake Ontario swimmers have taken part in the endurance Severn River Swim for the Cure, but the athletic event is also about raising funds for breast cancer.
The city has pledged $5-million to Georgian College's expansion plans.