A lawsuit has been dismissed against the owners of Barrie's former Lakeview Dairy site, so this prime piece of waterfront property is on the market again.
BRADFORD - A 36-year-old Innisfil man is facing charges after he was found lying on the sidewalk Friday night.
INNISFIL - A 51-year-old man is facing an impaired charge after his pickup truck became stuck in a pressure crack on Lake Simcoe.
INNISFIL — Innisfil residents learned more about medical marijuana production facilities in the town during an open house Thursday evening.
SOUTHERN GEORGIAN BAY TWP. - An OPP officer suffered minor injuries following an early-morning crash on Highway 400, Thursday,
RVH’s 28th annual M*A*S*H Bash came to Ski Snow Valley on Friday.
Her enthusiasm for education led young students at her first teaching job to dub her Mary Poppins.
One of the women involved with a slew of shocking sex offences involving children and animals pleaded guilty in Barrie court Thursday.
Firefighters from Springwater and Tay townships battled a blaze at a farmhouse on Floss Road 8 west of Ushers Sideroad north of Barrie Friday afternoon.
Bundled up against the frigid wind, dozens of nurses walked the picket line on Sperling Drive Friday in Barrie after talks with management at the province's Community Care Access Centre (CCAC) broke down, Thursday.
Jim Dickie was elected chairman of the Barrie's Police Services Board at its Jan. 27 meeting.
A Barrie man used a garbage can to cause several hundred dollars in damage to an apartment building lobby Friday morning.
Andrew Legacy of Everett, Ont. is still trying to comprehend that he is Ontario’s newest millionaire.
South Simcoe police will be raising their game for Sunday's Super Bowl.
INNISFIL — Innisfil residents might not be hearing as much hammering and sawing on weekends as a town staff report suggests.
BRADFORD WEST GWILLIMBURY – A Toronto man who misidentified himself to police after his vehicle went into the ditch Thursday faces two charges.
A complaint led to impaired driving charges against a senior Thursday in Barrie.
For the past two decades, Jim Woodford has spent time helping dying cancer patients come to terms with the fact their lives are ending.
Simcoe County paramedic Frank Spiegelberg prepares to give blood Thursday to help fellow paramedic Brian Hekman, left, who is seeking a compatible bone-marrow donor for myelodysplastic syndrome.