An Orillia man is facing charges after the OPP’s drug squad searched a south-end home Tuesday.
To attract young art enthusiasts, the Orillia Museum of Art and History (OMAH) is turning the opening night of its annual High School Art Show into an “Art-stravaganza.”
Even when puppets wear out — when they lose their eyes and their stitching comes loose — their sense of fun remains.
The Rotary Club of Orillia Lake Country is organizing its annual Rotary Seniors Christmas Light Tour.
Electronic voting buttons won’t influence the way Orillia city councillors vote, says Mayor Angelo Orsi.
City politicians have slammed the brakes on designating Orillia’s former Grand Trunk Station a heritage building.
A judge has approved a class-action settlement between the Province of Ontario and former residents of the Huronia Regional Centre (HRC).
Seven groups of Georgian College students have expanded the scope of social services in the Orillia area this fall.
The Orillia Native Women’s Group (ONWG) is setting up in a new home.
The holidays and music are inseparable. The latter is everywhere, whether you are the type of person itching to put on that first seasonal album of the year or the type to loathe the month-long Christmas carol marathon that is December. Music is a form of celebration and its connection to Christmas is as old as the holiday itself.
Friday will be a day of giving back at Balanced Body Studio and Wellness Centre, 17 Colborne St. E., units 205/206.
Man with counterfeit bills arrested in Orillia
A wave of giving has taken over Orillians at Connexus Community Church.
When Helen McCabe tells people she lives on Front Street South in Orillia's downtown, the reaction is never positive.
With the loss of its artistic directors, the Orillia Opera House’s summer theatre season won’t be as unique as in previous years, says Krista Storey, general manager of the opera house.
Orillians have been checking off names on their Christmas lists earlier than usual, says downtown merchants.
All too often, grandmothers in Africa are left to raise their grandchildren with little money, or resources.
The Canadian Federation of University Women (CFUW) Orillia presented scholarships to 23 of Orillia’s high-achieving secondary-school graduates at commencement ceremonies in June.
McCabe’s Restaurant and Bar in the Highwayman Inn and Conference Centre will holding a daylong event to gather toys and cash for the Salvation Army and Rock 95 Christmas toy drives Dec. 14.
Information Orillia has opened its Christmas gift wrapping station at Orillia Square mall.