June 1 is D-Day in Orillia. That’s the day city council will make a decision on where to build a municipal pool and community centre.
When Patrick Fogarty Catholic Secondary School opened its doors in 1985, it was above a Mississaga Street business and had 45 students.
A Christian organization that offers food and clothing to those in need isn’t closing, despite some rumours floating around the city.
I see and read that the Orillia-oldtimers-latecomers-anti-progressive disease is spreading when I read about Oro-Medonte Burl’s Creek.
Famous Czech composer Anton Dvorak’s name is pronounced dvor-zhahk, for reasons that make no sense at all.
Bafflegab. Tougher to define than to illustrate. Try this on for size.
School officials are asking parents to park four wheels and send their kids off on two.
May 24 to 30 is National Paramedic Services Week and activities are scheduled throughout Simcoe County to recognize and celebrate local personnel.
The Orillia Kings are heading into their most daunting stretch of the season on a down note, after being thumped in a pair of weekend home games.
The Orillia and Area Physician Recruitment and Retention Committee and Orillia Soldiers' Memorial Hospital (OSMH) recently hosted 24 local secondary a
Coldwater and Eady United churches are hosting a pie fundraiser.
The Orillia Canada Day committee is looking for volunteers for June 30 or July 1.
After a long winter, May is like a breath of fresh air for most Canadians. Our surroundings transform from grey to green and the sight of sunny skies
A few years ago, when Lynn Peterson volunteered to coach soccer, it was a daunting experience.