A resident at 90 Edgehill Dr. in Barrie shows the three bullet holes shot through her door by an unknown assailant Friday night. CHERYL BROWNE/BARRIE EXAMINER

'They're the victims'

Laurie Barry peeled back the tape covering the three bullet holes on the inside of the front door of her Barrie apartment on Monday.

Dave Dawson/The Packet & Times The Orillia Kings' Tyler Burnie deftly stickhandles the ball past a prone Markham defender during intense Jr. B lacrosse action Friday night at Rotary Place. The Kings won their home opener 11-7, then defeated Newmarket 12-9 Sunday night.

Kings win season opener

After the opening weekend of the regular season, the Orillia Kings sport twice as many wins as they managed in their entire Ontario Lacrosse Associati

SUBMITTED PHOTOS Students learned about making healthy choices during the RACE Against Drugs event recently at ODAS Park.

In the race to learn

Five hundred fifty-seven Grade 5 students from 20 elementary schools attended the recent RACE Against Drugs, an interactive event to educate and empow

McDonald’s “golden arches” frame its restaurant on the outskirts of Moscow. Russia’s consumer protection agency has filed a lawsuit seeking to ban some McDonald’s burgers along with its milk shakes and ice cream, a move some suspect is related to the dispute with the West over Ukraine.

A McHappy day for OSMH

Orillia Soldiers' Memorial Hospital (OSMH) will again benefit from the proceeds of McHappy Day, happening Wednesday.

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