Is the script being written for a new W. A. Fisher Auditorium and Events Centre in downtown Barrie?
Bob Bruton, Barrie Examiner
David Nossiter has trouble taking a seat while he's strolling along Barrie's waterfront.
City council has approved zoning to allow stacked townhouses in north-Barrie after a compromise was reached on density Monday.
The answer is no, at least for now, on another apartment building at Barrie's 37 Johnson St.
In a shady corner of Barrie's Heritage Park, a picnic was held Saturday afternoon to oppose M-103 – a federal motion which condemns Islamophobia and all forms of systemic racism and religious discrimination.
Provincial college faculty, including those at Barrie's Georgian College, have a strike mandate heading into new contract talks Monday.
Psssttt! Whistleblowing has officially come to Barrie City Hall.
Too much house on too little land, with a private road to boot, has neighbours concerned about a proposed south-west Barrie development.
Five years in and Collier Centre's glass remains half-full in downtown Barrie, says Mayor Jeff Lehman.
City councillors did a little downsizing Monday of a proposed stacked townhouse project in north Barrie.
Back to the drawing board for 37 Johnson St. in Barrie?
The bottom line is fast approaching on a proposed high-rise in east-Barrie.
Barrie's Allandale Station land should be surrendered to the Ontario Coalition of Indigenous Peoples (OCIP), the city has now been told, because it is an Aboriginal burial ground.
Efforts to re-open W. A. Fisher Auditorium's doors will ramp up again in September.
Barrie's last long weekend of the summer will brighten Canada's 150th anniversary celebrations.
Hiking minimum wage while cutting hydro rates might be turning fortunes around for Ontario Liberals.
Cassandra Hunter will be buried Monday in Thornhill's Holy Cross Catholic Cemetery.
What a difference a year can make.
An Innisfil man remains in serious condition in a Michigan hospital following a fatal Aug. 20 crash just north of Detroit.
Expect delays. Make that more delays.