Summer may seem to have appeared recently with a few sunny, warm days in a row.
Ian McInroy, Barrie Examiner
A Barrie man is in serious condition after being shot downtown early Sunday morning.
SPRINGWATER TWP. — Motocross riders from four countries converged on RJ Motosport Park in Midhurst over the weekend.
Zachary Hofer is on the road to Ottawa.
Simcoe County councillors will be pondering changes to how the warden is selected during a governance committee meeting on Wednesday.
INNISFIL – Two women are dead and 8 people injured after a three-vehicle collision at Sideroad 20 and Line 6 in Innisfil Monday morning.
Walking will be the mode of transportation for most people attending this weekend’s Kempenfest in Barrie.
Music isn’t just tapping your feet to a tune, it’s also about all-round learning skills.
Future students of Barrie’s newest high school will have a hand in preparing the south-end institution to be up and running when the doors open.
Barrie police shot and killed a dog Saturday afternoon after it latched onto its owner and refused to release.
One way to help the world is to get out and experience it.
ESSA TWP. — What better way to experience Canada than paddling a canoe in the great outdoors.
Work is expected to begin later this summer on the new high school in south- end Barrie.
(STAFF) — Brennan Rocks is home.
HALIFAX – Brennan Rocks will soon be on his way home.
Fences are up and shovels are in the ground as the Memorial Square redevelopment begins to take shape.
HALIFAX – A local scout leader is still bedridden in a Halifax hospital after suffering a stroke earlier this month.
CLEARVIEW TWP. – A fatal fire near Stayner Thursday night that claimed the life of a seven-year-old boy remains under investigation by provincial authorities.
Simcoe North MPP and provincial Progressive Conservative leader Patrick Brown spoke to the party faithful at the Barrie Royal Canadian Legion Thursday night.
International Communities in Bloom judges will be travelling to Barrie later this month to check out how the city and local residents are tidying up their properties. In recognition of the competition and Canada's 150th birthday, the city's Mona Boyd, right, and parks employee Kyle Stasiuk, left, and summer student Matt Lange installed a banner at