A flag showing the blue waters, yellow sun, green fields and three diamonds representing Saint Vincent and the Grenadines islands was presented at Barrie City Hall on Tuesday.
SPRINGWATER TWP. - Huronia West OPP are investigating after jewelry and alcohol were stolen from a Hillsdale home on the weekend.
GEORGIAN BAY TWP. - An 85-year-old northern Ontario man has been charged with driving the wrong way on Highway 400.
PENETANGUISHENE - A 42-year-old Penetanguishene man is facing several child-porn related charges following an online investigation by OPP.
Orillia Canada Day is ready to party on July 1.
Council won’t make a decision this or next year on whether to dissolve the city’s ward electoral system and switch to an at-large one.
A Toronto-area man who tried to make off with nearly $850,000 in a casino rip-off deserves a hefty penitentiary sentence, a Crown attorney in Barrie insisted Monday.
The city is getting closer to selling the old West Street fire hall.
A murderer was sentenced to life in prison Monday for “a merciless, savage” beating on a man who was only trying to help his wife deal with two drunks.
NEW TECUMSETH - A Tottenham gas station won't be able to sell tobacco for the next six months after being charged under the Smoke-Free Ontario Act.
Shirley Plater, the Right Worshipful at the Orillia ladies Orange Lodge, places a wreath Sunday afternoon during a Decoration Day service at Calvary Pentecostal Tabernacle.
Two elderly people have been killed in a head-on collision in Tiny Township.
Brianna Liddard showed strength in the face of adversity, including the fallout from her parents divorce.
TAY TWP. - A pickup truck driver was airlifted to hospital following a head-on crash Saturday night on Old Fort Road.
Front Street was closed between Gill and King streets Sunday afternoon after a water main burst.
COLLINGWOOD -- It was a warm summer night when Debbie Timlock curled up in her bed, never realizing someone was out there, watching.
Orillia firefighters investigate a fire on Goldie Drive Saturday afternoon.
Georgian College expects it will need half as much money from the City of Orillia as originally requested to expand its Memorial Avenue campus.
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