In 1998, the initial ice contract for the first Orillia ladies’ ice hockey team was signed by Kristine Basaraba, allowing the women to play at...
Orillia’s downtown surveillance cameras should be streamed live for all to see, says Ralph Cipolla.
It was Jim Grainger who founded the Orillia Girls’ Hockey Association (OGHA) in 1991 and there have been 10 presidents elected over the 22 years...
Exactly one year ago, I had the pleasure of speaking with an anonymous source from the North Pole for this column.
Orillia OPP Insp. Malcolm Quigley is soliciting feedback from residents in the creation of a three-year detachment business plan.
Closure came for Jordan Morrison’s parents with a whimper and a moan.
Simcoe North MPP Garfield Dunlop has presented congratulatory scrolls to a trio of local firefighters.
EDITOR’S NOTE: Local author John Forrest continues his annual Christmas series for The Packet & Times this year with A Tale of Two Trees. This is Part
Jennifer Baker has not been out of bed or bathed for days, yet the paraplegic woman supports her personal support workers (PSW) who are on strike.
ORO-MEDONTE – Two Simcoe County residents are dead following a two-vehicle crash on Horseshoe Valley Road, west of Line 6, in Oro-Medonte Township, Sa
BARRIE - A Midland man who faces 110 sex-related charges, many involving children and animals, was ordered to have no contact with his father -- an OP
The match-ups are set for Wednesday night’s Kiwanis Big Brothers Big Sisters City Boys’ Basketball championship at Twin Lakes Secondary School.
The Rama Aces received a big offensive effort from their captain and solid goaltending in registering a pair of wins in three outings during...
Paramedics across Simcoe County have been using ambulances to collect toys, food and cash donations for their local charities' Christmas food and gift
Local tap dancers came home from the World Tap Dance Championships with a silver and bronze medal and a top 20 finish.