A judge has made the final ruling that an Orillia woman charged in connection to child sex crimes can not get out on bail.
ESSA TWP. – For many, Justin Trudeau's visit to the International Plowing Match & Rural Expo (IPM) embodied this year's slogan: 'Good old days ... modern new ways'.
The Orillia Police Services Board (OPSB) is looking into whether to expand the network of security cameras in the city’s downtown core.
The OPP’s new billing model will save Orillia money, but because of inflation, there likely won’t be any change in the city’s policing budget, says chief financial officer Bob Ripley.
The Orillia Police Services Board (OPSB) discussed Tuesday whether replacing white bags with red no-parking logos on them that go over parking meters during parades was financially feasible.
An Orillia Ward 1 candidate says council and city staff should always have money top of mind when making decisions.
Growing up, Lawrence Pugh had elderly family members who were physically unable to care for themselves; they were weak and fragile and barely able to move.
An Orillia woman charged with several sex offences against children and animals was in a Barrie court Thursday for a bail review.
Ramara is seeking provincial funding to help those whose properties were damaged when a tornado tore through the township Sept. 5.
It was an odd place to die.
INNISFIL — A full-time Toronto firefighter who is also an Innisfil resident and volunteer part time firefighter is being taken to task for his services to the community of Innisfil.
Ramara is losing a battle against beavers that are building dams faster than the township can remove them, says Mayor Bill Duffy.
Mikayla Carter, a Grade 5 student, asks a Barrie Colts goaltender Daniel Gibl and right-winger Nick Pastorious a question Wednesday at Orillia Christian School.
A world-renowned Canadian pianist and the world’s oldest yoga teacher will be the first individuals honoured by Ramara Township as the municipality holds its inaugural Wall of Fame induction ceremony.
As a Simcoe County District School Board trustee, Michele Locke says she does her homework before making decisions at the board table.
Ontario’s Progressive Conservative (PC) Party should name Lisa MacLeod party leader to go up against other female leaders, says Simcoe North MPP Garfield Dunlop.
Nicole Reynolds, 14, throws a soccer ball through a hoop during an obstacle course game Wednesday for the OD/Park Secondary School Grade 9 day in Tudhope Park.
Spectators watch a dancing tractor show the 2014 International Plowing Match and Rural Expo near Ivy in Essa Township.
ESSA TWP. - Federal Liberal Party leader Justin Trudeau will be taking in the sights and sounds of the International Plowing Match and Rural Expo on Thursday.