A suspected Barrie-area foot licker and footwear thief surrendered to York Regional Police on Wednesday.
Midland Cultural Centre event manager Teresa Grattan, left, and marketing manager Shelby Mulligan stand with one of the trees that’s part of the Midland Rotary Festival of Trees. Various local businesses have sponsored and decorated the trees. Each tree has a ballot box under it since each tree is available to be won. Six ballots can be purchased a
Oro-Medonte Mayor Harry Hughes is haunted by memories of meeting a cadre of Ugandan orphans who spent some time in the township in the summer of 2013.
Sunny November days work in favour of the team at Helping Hands Orillia while they pack up and move to their new office location.
Taking a year off from putting on the Orillia Winter Carnival may be a good way to open it up to new ideas, says a former board chair.
A young family of six is homeless after the house it was renting in Ramara Township burned to the ground Monday night.
The safer separation of Highway 400's northbound and southbound lanes is creeping along.
The Orillia Winter Carnival board is upholding its decision to suspend the event, but some now former and soon-to-be former members say they plan to work with the city and downtown merchants to put February festivities together anyway.
Ken Szijarto wants everyone to vote in next year’s federal election.
A cylindrical Tower Garden that can grow fruits, vegetables and herbs both indoors and outdoors was planted Wednesday at Couchiching Heights Public School. Pictured helping out is Lauren Young, 8, of Notre Dame Catholic School, which will be getting a Tower Garden of its own next month. There are already three other Orillia elementary schools with
A silent starting pistol has been cocked, well before the writ is to be dropped.
A celebration of memories and support was held at Hospice Simcoe on Tuesday.
The man, who once exerted tremendous power over newspapers at home and abroad, says the industry needs to inject more resources into its products.
County paramedics want to buy the old West Street fire hall and the property it sits on.
Christmas came early for several Orillia organizations.
The re-opening of the Oro-Medonte Community Arena has been pushed back once again – but only by a few weeks.
ORO-MEDONTE TWP. - Melanie Moore plans to attend a meeting Thursday and thinks other concerned township residents should follow suit.
A new exhibit at the Orillia Museum of Art and History explores the plight of Canada’s first prime minister in bringing the country together.
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