Visitors will have a chance to go footloose at the 165th Orillia Fall Fair next weekend with a new offering of concerts.
Police are not revealing what was inside a suspicious package left in a Tim Hortons Wednesday, but it wasn't explosive, police confirmed Friday.
A Georgian man is accused of impaired driving after being stopped by police Thursday in Ramara Township.
A 79-year-old Barrie man pleaded guilty Thursday for his role in a 1978 murder.
As per the direction of the Simcoe Muskoka District Health Unit, Couchiching Beach, located at Couchiching Beach Park, has been posted due to higher than normal bacteria count.
Canadian Blood Services is encouraging area residents to give the gift that can save a life.
Voter apathy needs to be tackled in order to oust the long-serving Progressive Conservatives from Simcoe North, said Green party candidate Valerie Powell.
Disappointment yet lingering hope was the highlight of the New Democratic Party's camp in Orillia as byelection results poured in Thursday night.
For Fred Larsen, the third time definitely was not the charm.
One of Ontario's bluest ridings got a little Brown Thursday.
STATEMENT FROM PATRICK BROWN:
ORO-MEDONTE TWP. – Almost 50 cattle are still on the lam after breaking through a fence near Partridge's Feed & Seed farm on Tuesday.
Police are looking to speak to three people in connection with the suspicious package found at a business on Monarch Drive Wednesday night.
Police have destroyed a suspicious package found at a west Orillia business.
(STAFF) - Provincial police say they will be out on the roads looking for distracted drivers over the last holiday weekend of the summer.
Election day in Simcoe North will begin with a visit from the province's chief electoral officer.
Mallorie Wild says she’s still haunted by what she remembers of the morning a drunk driver ran her over.
An Oro-Medonte Township resident wants to make sure everyone is aware they should be voting at the polling address specified by Elections Ontario and ignore anything else that says otherwise.
Mike Davenport has filled the till with $43,850 for the Child Advocacy Centre Simcoe/Muskoka (CACSM) before he sets off next week to defend his Targa Newfoundland Rally for the Kids title.