The Mariposa Folk Festival, in many respects, sets the bar for other events like it across the province.
Kolton Ruyter had never caught a fish before, but when he felt a tug on and saw the neon bobber dip under the water, he knew what to do.
Health-care and communication technologies may have changed since the 1985 Barrie tornado, but the readiness of Royal Victoria Regional Health Centre (RVH) staff to a disaster has not.
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Like everything else, weather technology has improved since two F4-strength tornadoes wreaked havoc across southern Ontario on May 31, 1985.
Police are looking for two men, one of them possibly injured, following a home invasion Friday morning in Orillia.
Put your best foot forward for those affected by suicide during the annual Suicide Awareness Walk.
A June court date is looming for the Township of Oro-Medonte, even after council repealed an improperly passed zoning bylaw.
The group that works with police to help keep seniors safe is looking for more volunteers.
The city’s Waste and Environmental Management Advisory Committee (WEMAC) will host Orillia’s first Re-Use Fair at the Barnfield Point Recreation Centre from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. June 6.
OPP Const. Jason Folz, along with parents Don Adele, holds his Commissioner's Citation for Lifesaving Award he received during the OPP Central Region Awards held at the Barrie Golf and Country Club on Friday.
Local recreation-based businesses are watching the latest education news with a worried eye towards their cash registers.
Maybe the next provincial election could be settled with a marathon.
Called the Bug Man of Canada, John Powers is at the RicoCan Georgian Mall in Barrie Friday and Saturday with his exhibit called The Incredible World of Bugs. Presented by Orkin Canada, the show which features 500 specimens.
An NDP MP has requested an investigation into the more than seven months that Patrick Brown wore two hats — as a sitting federal Conservative MP and a leadership candidate for the Ontario Progressive Conservatives.
Eighty-seven per cent of infant, child and booster seats were found to be incorrectly installed or had other issues during a recent spot check at Orillia Square mall.
Another downtown surveillance camera malfunction could be hampering a police investigation into a "serious crime," the local OPP boss says.
Projects at five Sunshine City schools will give students a first-hand look at solar-energy generation.
The health unit is urging residents to take steps to prevent the risk of West Nile virus.