A new exhibit at the Orillia Museum of Art and History explores the plight of Canada’s first prime minister in bringing the country together.
A man is wanted in connecting with a sexual assault involving a woman's feet Thursday afternoon in Barrie.
Koraline Ferdinand, 3, clutches the candle she carried from the Orillia legion to the Orillia Opera House Friday night during the Children’s Candlelight Parade. Ferdinand was among the hundreds of local children who participated in the event, which culminated with the lighting of the Christmas Tree at the corner of West and Mississaga streets and a
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As Doug Bunker drove along the parade route in his golf cart to make sure things were in order before Santa showed up, he said children eagerly waiting curbside were joyfully shouting, “Merry Christmas! Merry Christmas!” at him.
Seven people, most of whom were strangers, sat down together Saturday to take the first step to begin coping with the suicides of their loved ones.
There’s snow on the ground, but the president of the local snowmobile club is asking snowmobilers to hold off on hitting the trails.
Half an hour before the official opening of Orillia’s new fire hall got underway, the firefighters who had been practicing for it found themselves scrambling to get their gear on and go fight a fire.
The Community Foundation of Orillia and Area more than doubled the grant money it distributed to local charities in 2014 over 2013 and more than tripled it over 2012.
With snow now on the ground, Orillia’s two farmers’ markets have moved indoors following their inaugural seasons.
For some area residents, it truly is the most wonderful time of the year.
(STAFF) - Three Orillia men face five charges after allegedly assaulting another man with a hammer last weekend.
Cogeco Data Service is expanding its flagship Barrie centre, adding 20,000 square feet and new jobs to its Welham Road facility.
The Simcoe North federal NDP riding association is alive and well.
TAY TOWNSHIP – A 26-year-old Penetanguishene man died in a two- vehicle crash on Highway 12, between Rosemount and Gervais roads, on Wednesday afternoon.
When Chuck Panozzo reached the point in his life where he said he wasn’t scared to be himself anymore, he knew he could finally be happy.
Koraline Ferdinand, 3, clutches the candle she carried from the Orillia legion to the Orillia Opera House Friday night during the Children’s Candlelight Parade.
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