A Barrie teen who is on his way to a television and big screen acting career, as well as fashion work, will be sharing his insights into the industries later this month.
Ian McInroy, Barrie Examiner
People of all ages and great character were recognized during the Simcoe County District School Board’s annual Character Recognition Evening on Thursday.
Youngsters across the county are invited to learn first-hand about how to get into the trades.
Eastview Secondary School celebrated 50 years of learning, sports and spirit over the weekend.
Whatever shape the inevitable Highway 400 expansion through Barrie takes, its 10 lanes will be gobbling up land, something property owners along certain stretches of the road have known for years.
Expanding Highway 400 through Barrie from six lanes to 10 is the plan.
SPRINGWATER TWP. — Residents concerned about the proposed Simcoe County organics processing and materials management facilities had a chance to voice their concerns on Tuesday.
With wild weather upon us, and more possibly on the way, residents are being reminded to be prepared.
Area hospitals received a financial booster shot thanks to last week's provincial budget.
Don’t just flick that butt, park it where belongs.
Ladies from Trinity Anglican Church don’t mind picking up these buckets and mops.
SPRINGWATER TWP. - Springwater Provincial Park was transformed into a wellness retreat for Barrie North Collegiate students on Wednesday as part of Education Week and Mental Health Week.
(STAFF) — The Simcoe County District School Board's sixth annual Poetry Slam was held on Tuesday at the board's education centre.
Get loud about mental health.
Barrie residents Adam Dixon and Brad Bowden, along with other members of Team Canada, brought home gold from the Gangneung 2017 World Para Ice Hockey Championships in South Korea last weekend.
Provincial Finance Minister Charles Sousa unveiled the government’s $145-billion budget Thursday, with one of the highlights being free prescription drugs for children across Ontario.
Elementary students became researchers during the Simcoe County Heritage Fair at the Simcoe County Museum this week.
Teens can make a positive difference.
Local municipalities are hoping residents will take advantage of different methods to make their vote count during the fall 2018 elections.
A happy grin from a four-legged friend can make a big difference.