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Will Cumming, a paramedic student at the Canadian Career College, helps serve more than 100 meals during Tuesday's Uniform Lunch held at the David Busby Street Centre. The initiative aims to help the city's needy while partnering with the Barrie police, firefighters and CFB Borden. Representatives from each group take turns hosting a different lunch throughout the year. Mark Wanzel PHOTO

Lunch is served

Will Cumming, a paramedic student at the Canadian Career College, helps serve more than 100 meals during Tuesday's Uniform Lunch held at the David Busby Street Centre. The initiative aims to help the city's needy while partnering with the Barrie police, firefighters and CFB Borden. Representatives from each group take turns hosting a different lunc

Mary Squire, left, and her husband, Terry, join their neighbour Nancy Brownlie as the trio clear their driveways Tuesday in Barrie. MARK WANZEL/BARRIE EXAMINER/QMI AGENCY

Last blast?: Check out tweets

A blast of winter returned to our region overnight and into Tuesday creating trouble on the road and cancelling school buses in many regions of Simcoe County.

High miler curbed

A Churchill man is charged with speeding and stunt driving after his car was clocked at 60 kilometres an hour over the speed limit Sunday night.

In preparation for spring flooding, Tony Howes fills 20 sand bags near his Sheba Drive home. The longtime Ramara Township resident is warning others to prepare now.

Prepare now, resident warns

As the waters rise, Ramara Township residents are quickly running out of time to prepare for flooding, says Sheba Drive resident, Tony Howes.