Production cuts at Stepan Company’s sulphonation production plant in Ramara Township will result in the loss of 20 jobs, according to an annual report by the company.
Alcohol was a factor in 42% of the 18 boating fatalities investigated by OPP this season, police said in a press release.
BRADFORD — The investigation is continuing into the death of a teen at a Bradford soccer field Wednesday afternoon.
Local police and the provincial Ministry of Finance teamed up to arrest a man regarding the sale of contraband cigarettes, but say they found much more on the suspect.
Kids for Turtles Environmental Education volunteer Griffen Horsley, left, holds a Midland painted turtle named Van Gogh while Ronan, 4, and Erin Goto, of Etobicoke, marvel at it.
Slightly cooler, wetter weather hasn’t dampened the region’s summer.
Alex Nuttall will be the Conservative candidate for the new federal riding of Barrie-Springwater-Oro-Medonte in the next federal election.
BRADFORD — A teen is dead after a freak accident at a Bradford soccer pitch Wednesday afternoon.
Although Dale Bernard has tackled her own cancer, the 61-year-old Orillia woman knows the battle is not over.
Excitement is in the air at Couchiching Beach Park as crews set up the midway for the 69th annual Rotary-Lions FunFest this weekend.
Hosting Orillia’s long-running Sun City Swim will hopefully garner community support and sustainable funding for the Children’s Advocacy Centre Simcoe/Muskoka (CAC), says Jennifer Jackson, a child and family advocate with the CAC.
Police are looking for witnesses to a collision that occurred Sunday in Oro-Medonte Township.
Construction of the new Orillia fire hall on Gill Street is still happening and still on schedule.
Orillia is wholly attractive to renowned Canadian artist Charles Pachter. He has fond childhood memories of the area, he is currently working to support the arts in Orillia and he has a grand vision of making Orillia an international cultural powerhouse.
Author and naturalist William Longgood once said dreams and dedication are a powerful combination. No one knows that better than Orillia hometown girl Olivia Manovich.
Barrie residents Jamesand Lynn Magner are celebrating after discovering they won $2 million playing INSTANT $200 MILLION$ EXTRAORDINAIRE (Game #1742).
A funding model to sustain Orillia’s and Barrie’s Children’s Complex Care Navigation Program should be complete by the end of September, Jill Tettmann, CEO of the North Simcoe Muskoka Local Health Integration Network (LHIN), said Tuesday.
Orillia’s Sharing Place food bank is facing “lean times,” spending $10,000 to $12,000 a month of its donation budget just to have food available, says executive director Christine Hager.
Shaughna Crew, events programmer at the Simcoe County Museum, gives Nodin Corbiere, 5, and Camille Jones-Burgess, 8, a tour of the museum’s First World War exhibit Tuesday.