As Karla Contreras bent down to place a hot chocolate and pastry beside the homeless man living on Bayfield Street, he threw off his blankets and walked away.
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Jon Lee drives around in an ambulance plastered in SpongeBob SquarePants stickers, blowing bubbles at this patients.
EAST GWILLIMBURY – Radon gas quietly steals lives.
A downtown stabbing at dusk has sent at least one young person to hospital.
These days, Jim Trimble is sporting a pretty wicked ‘stache.
Esther arrived from Latin America with a head full of dreams and a heart full of love for the Canadian man she’d met abroad.
At 4:45 a.m., Pauline Varga’s home was invaded.
Like Pavlov’s dog, when Barrie residents hear the jingle of a bell, they reach for their wallets.
Throughout the night, cadets will face the four corners of the wind in memory of those who served their country.
Dr. Jim McPhee’s heart shows all the scars of humanity.
Age is no barrier to winning Barrie’s Order of the Spirit Catcher.
Two of the victims of last week’s horrific Highway 400 crash have been identified.
TINY TWP. – Choosing from tables laden with potluck offerings, more than 100 people with sore feet sat down to enjoy the community feast.
Three kids struck a sour note when they opened Halloween candy.
Green Sprouts Cafe and Vapor Lounge owners allow people to rent bongs in their shop to vape marijuana.
Owen Wong will magically raise money for refugees.
Parade Marshal Fern Taillefer doesn’t sweat the small stuff.
Customers will soon be ordering French nails and champagne at local nail salons.
Vaccines preventing genital cancer are commonplace in grade schools.
Grainy black and white photos of women and children huddled at a train station flashed across the three large screens inside the Tour for Humanity RV, Friday.