Firefighters braved cold winds and chilly weather to help out in the fight against cancer. A car wash set up in the parking lot of Zehrs on Coldwater to clean up cars and collect money for cancer research. More than 50 cars had been washed at last count. Watch for more in Tuesday's paper.
A different variety of pumpkin delights were put on display at Orillia Public Library on Saturday. Kids of all ages decorated pumpkins to be voted on in a variety of categories by library patrons. Prizes will be given out during Halloween week at the library.
Quality over quantity is what this year’s business expo brought for customers and vendors alike.
A piece of Canadian history will be making waves as it is moved to its home at Port McNicoll to make room for renovations.
Those with any concerns about the environment always need to ensure their voices are heard.
The future looks even brighter these days at St. Bernard’s Catholic School.
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Barrie OPP is investigating two daylight break-and-enters into private residences, which occurred Thursday in Oro-Medonte Township.
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Jacob Chotenovsky says once is more than enough.
Barrie police now have surveillance photos of three men wanted in connection with an Aug. 26 assault that injured three other men.
The City of Barrie has maintained its ‘AA’ credit rating, according to the annual report from Standard & Poor’s - a financial services company that also does data analysis and equity research to both the private and public sectors worldwide.
A teenager had a serious, life- threatening reaction to a substance at a Yonge Street residence Thursday night.
Like me, many members of the Ontario Provincial Police (OPP) were deeply offended by your use of a photo of a recently convicted sex offender wearing an OPP officer’s shirt and insignia to illustrate this story.
BARRIE - A Simcoe County support worker charged with breaking the leg of a severely autistic student had the verdict in his case come to a sudden halt Tuesday after a surprise witness came forward.
Growing up in Timmins, Derek Edwards never envisioned a life as a professional comedian. In fact, even after he started performing stand-up, he kept a day job for nearly a year before devoting himself full-time to his craft.
An Orillia mother worries about potential bullying problems at the school her daughter's French-immersion program could move to next year.
A familiar presence returns to Oro-Medonte next week.
The signs of change are coming.