COOKSTOWN – On a quiet Monday morning, the idyllic sounds of wind chimes and birds chirping could be heard on Maple Leaf Terrace.
Cheryl Browne, Barrie Examiner
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A $5,000 reward has been offered for the arrest and conviction of the baby raccoon slayer.
Here’s a butt, there’s a butt, everywhere there’s cigarette butts.
Mike McDougall wears his red Terry Fox shirt proudly.
Crystal ball viewers say the glass is half-full when forecasting minimum-wage increases across the province.
A baby raccoon that was lit on fire and left in a Barrie park last month has died.
Barrie Examiner assistant regional editor Jessica Owen, left, and Examiner reporter Cheryl Browne show off their winning entries Monday morning during the Tim Hortons Smile Cookie Week, held at the the Mapleview Drive East franchise.
A basement fire left a Barrie family homeless on Sunday.
A couple of Sunday morning walks in the parks around Kempenfelt Bay were aided by sunshine, smiles and sore feet.
It might well be the end of the world as we know it.
As hurricane Irma spreads destruction as she winds her way across the Caribbean, Barrie’s Olga Hernandez nervously watches news of the Miami storm preparations.
Prince Harry’s Invictus Games lit a spark of courage in Barbara Brown.
The name has changed only slightly, but the need for art remains the same.
Adrien Gervais knew how to make life grow and prosper.
Over a beer and a raucous game of cribbage, four men agreed to share the pot if one of their eight tickets was chosen in the Barrie legion’s Catch the Ace lottery.
Six fires at GEEP within the last two years has alarm bells ringing at the Barrie fire hall.
Before school has even started, Kerrie Wolf is facing a steep learning curve when it comes to student housing for her daughter to attend college.
When Jason McCoy began his country music career, Country Music Television or CMT didn’t exist.
Two Barrie men received gunshot wounds in what Barrie police are calling a targeted shooting at a Hickling Trail home Monday evening.
An eerie, other-worldly light briefly filled the courtyard at the Barrie Public Library on Monday.