ORO-MEDONTE TWP. — Federal Gas Tax Fund dollars have made for smoother rides on four local roads.
An Orillia store is rallying behind a longtime employee who lost everything during a fatal fire in Gravenhurst this week.
The Barrie lawyer representing a woman who a judge found was karate-kicked and beaten by an OPP officer is crying out to the province’s police watchdog to launch a criminal investigation.
The OPP’s Violent Crime Linkage Analysis System (ViCLAS) unit at general headquarters has donated $1,000 worth of toys to the Orillia Salvation Army.
Orillia Power Corporation’s board of directors has asked council for a raise but will have to wait to see if it will get one.
Laureen Harper will likely visit Orillia and Midland during her stop in the riding early next year, according to Simcoe North MP Bruce Stanton.
Trevor Owen has turned the federal Liberal nomination into a two-horse race in Barrie-Springwater-Oro-Medonte.
ORILLIA — A 48-year-old grandmother who was acting as a "Good Samaritan" was karate-kicked, sucker-punched, beaten and left with "catastrophic injuries" by a police officer, a judge found on Tuesday.
Authorities are investigating after a body was found in a mobile home in Gravenhurst following a fire Tuesday morning.
An Orillia man charged with child luring in a spring police sting will have a pretrial next week.
Orillia OPP Const. Bridget Laurin speaks to a driver during a RIDE check in the city’s core Tuesday afternoon.
This is Tomorrow, a student art show, opened recently at the Orillia Museum of Art and History.
Orillia’s new councillors will get a crash course on their new roles.
Allowing large amounts of snow and ice pile up on rooftops is now an infraction under the city’s municipal code.
The Orillia Opera House is providing the community with an opportunity to have a permanent place in the historic building with the new seat-naming program called Take Your Seat.
City council is zeroing in on the economic development department.
Council members need to “keep at arm’s length” from those the city is doing business with, a local lawyer warns.
A Tay Township man is facing charges relating to a fatal multi-vehicle collision near Waubaushene last month.
BARRIE — The sister of a man who died while he was in a psychiatric facility told of her family’s heartbreaking struggle with his “taboo” illness of schizophrenia and their frustration with “the system” that controlled him.