Feel like being kind and helping out a neighbour? Don't forget to snap a photo.
Georgian College is among the list of post-secondary institutions urging the province to provide more money for community-focused research.
Police will not release the names of two Orillia residents who are facing a number of charges following a drug bust Monday.
A reported peeping tom has police warning residents to vigilant.
Nominations are being accepted for the Nelle Carter Woman of the Year Award.
The second part of a documentary chronicling one of Orillia's favourite sons is set to air this weekend.
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Simcoe North MPP Patrick Brown is sounding the alarm over ongoing hospital cuts across the province that could destroy smaller, rural hospitals.
Economic development, youth issues and fighting poverty are among city council's top priorities for 2016.
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Canada's only women's university will honour a local teen in April, and a Hollywood star will make the presentation.
Nearly three months after a crash in Oro-Medonte, police have released some details.
The second drug bust in Orillia this week has two more men facing charges.
At 11:10 a.m, 40 minutes after the Ontario Municipal Board (OMB) pre-hearing on a temporary zoning bylaw amendment for Burl's Creek Event Grounds was supposed to begin, a somewhat-disgruntled resident stood up.
Placing the city's downtown surveillance cameras higher up could prevent the technical problems they've been facing, the Orillia Police Services Board heard Thursday.
As organizers prepare for the 20th International Women's Day Art Show in Orillia, the focus will be on the stories behind the work.
Plans to temporarily house Syrian refugees at Canadian Forces Base Borden and the base in Meaford have been cancelled.
The Simcoe County Museum's newest exhibit, True or False? The Fun Science Exhibition, is on until March 26.
Celebrate Family Day, Feb. 15, at the Simcoe County Museum and take part in a line-up of family-focused programming from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.