(TINY TOWNSHIP) – A 52-year-old Midland man was airlifted to a Toronto hospital Saturday morning after the motorcycle he was driving collided with a vehicle.
The Georgian Bay Steam Show takes place all Civic Long Weekend, July 29-Aug. 1 at the Georgian Bay Steam, Auto, Gas & Antiques Club's show grounds on Victoria Street West in Cookstown.
Barrie police arrested a male who entered the OntarioWorks office on Bayfield Street with a replica gun.
Barrie police are looking for two males, one armed with a rifle, who they say demanded money and drugs from a Shanty Bay Road resident.
Hopeful vendors unpacked their wares with one eye on the weather forecast and another at their neighbours' proximity.
(WASAGA BEACH.) – Huronia West OPP officers conducted two RIDE programs on Friday night and laid no impaired driving charges after checking more than 200 vehicles.
(BRADFORD) - An 18-year-old Bradford male was arrested Friday for theft and assaulting a police officer.
INNISFIL - The Town of Innisfil will approach Metrolinx to determine what is needed to eliminate train whistles at a number of public crossings, including the 10th Line, 7th Line, 5th Line/Belle Aire Beach Road, Killarney Beach Road, Shoreacres Drive, and Gilford Road.
(WASAGA BEACH) – Huronia West OPP is urging parents to keep a close eye on their children while at the beach.
The Simcoe Muskoka District Health Unit has posted swimming advisories for several area beaches.
Barrie police are investigating the theft of trailer and two Sea-Doos from the area of Lakeshore Drive and Bayfield Street.
TINY TWP. - When Joan Atkinson heard the cry for help, she wondered if she was just hearing voices on the wind.
While her summer job isn’t directly related to her chosen field, Madison Bell sees lots of positive correlations between the two.
The prayers of the Lighthouse Soup Kitchen and Shelter have been answered.
Moores is giving back to the community by donating gently-used items to help out clients of the Salvation Army Bayside Mission in downtown Barrie.
If you see Barrie residents seemingly urging shrubbery and flowers to smile as they take close-up snapshots, they may not be as crazy as they seem.
(NEW TECUSMETH) - OPP expect to lay charges against the driver of a tractor-trailer carrying 40 cows that collided with a pickup truck on Highway 89 west of Alliston.
(STAFF) - Traffic has been snarled on Yonge Street (County Road 4) this week warning motorists of construction planned between Fennell's Corners (County Rd. 89) in Innisfil, and the north limit of Bradford.
Brant Mawdsley wants to help people with intellectual and physical disabilities become champions for their own rights -- as someone who knows well what it means to be marginalized.