Lithium ion batteries in a shredder caught fire at a Barrie electronic recycling operation Saturday night.
City politicians are considering whether to buy in to a regional fibre-optic Internet project.
A Barrie man faces weapons charges after windows at a Tiffin Street home were shot out early Tuesday.
A speeding truck ended up in an Essa Township ditch after police tried to stop it Sunday night.
INNISFIL – Squealing tires led to a careless driving charge and a 'warn' range suspension against a local senior here Monday evening.
A group of Orillia teachers went back to school Monday to learn more about a particular segment of the school population.
Two candidates who ran for Orillia council last fall didn’t file their election expenses on time.
The chance to purchase early-bird tickets for a summer literary conference has almost passed.
Drug charges have been laid against an Orillia man after police searched a home last week.
Simcoe County hosted two public information sessions on the status and approval process of its Official Plan (OP) on Monday at the Simcoe County Museum.
After only two hours of deliberations, a jury found Warren Mann guilty Monday evening of the brutal beating of an escort because she refused to be his girlfriend.
Summer may not be here quite yet, but parents wanting to organize holidays around the Labour Day long weekend may want to hold off a little bit longer.
City police received four calls Saturday for dogs left in cars in Barrie.
Three fires in less than a year has led to an Ontario Fire Marshal's Office investigation of a Barrie electronic recycling operation.
Three teens in a dinghy had to be rescued on Kempenfelt Bay Saturday morning.
An Orillia woman will get her dream fulfilled with a new, innovative medical procedure that will allow her to once again run, play tennis and, most of all, play with her grandchildren.
Premier Kathleen Wynne hopped off a southbound GO train at the Barrie South station shortly after 9 a.m. Friday.
Simcoe County wants residents to know more about its Official Plan (OP) and how it will affect them.
A 23-year-old man was arrested for a pointing a firearm at a man during an argument in the city's north end Friday afternoon, Barrie police say.