MINESING – Police have identified a man with two dogs who walked onto school property and approached a few students during afternoon recess on March 6.
A recent survey shows 13% of Barrie-area companies expect to hire more employees in the second quarter, April to June, while none expect cutbacks.
James A. “Pete” McGarvey, who contributed in many ways to the Orillia community, died Monday at the age of 86.
Housing starts in the Barrie Census Metropolitan Area were trending at 881 units in February, down from 1,049 in January according to Canada Mortgage and Housing Corporation (CMHC).
A Bradford man wanted by Halton Regional police was arrested by South Simcoe police Monday morning.
NEW TECUMSETH – A man faces impaired driving charges after OPP received reports that a pickup truck nearly struck parked vehicles on Albert Street here Monday evening.
Two Alliston men were charged after their vehicle was pulled over by city police early Tuesday in Barrie.
A Heights of Horseshoe ski instructor teaches a group of young first time skiers at the Seventh Annual March Meltdown Ski 'N' Snowboard Day is being held at the Heights of Horsehoe in Oro-Medonte Township Saturday as a fundraiser for United Way Greater Simcoe County. The event features free ski lessons, a scavenger hunt, races, games, door prizes,
CLEARVIEW TWP. - Huronia West OPP have turned to the public to help find a woman reported missing Monday.
Chris Papas hates fires.
A Wasaga Beach man who was so drunk that he couldn’t undo his seatbelt when a police officer asked him to get out of the car was handed a lifetime driving prohibition – for the second time.
A mother of a two-month old baby has been allowed to go home until she is sentenced next month after being convicted of using counterfeit $100 bills in numerous Barrie stores.
The public process to create a new mixed zoning category in Barrie begins Tuesday.
All that snow piled on Barrie roadsides, in our driveways, on the sidewalks and that keeps falling ... it's not a record.
ORO-MEDONTE TWP. - Jenny Martin is convinced her three-year-old German shepherd-collie cross did not run nearly 200-kilometres away from home, she says.
Warmer weather means rapidly changing ice conditions on Lake Simcoe and Kempenfelt Bay.
A Bradford pilot was forced to make an emergency landing in a field west of Barrie, Saturday afternoon.
Barrie's winter will begin to wind down this week.
A crash involving two cars and a mini-van snarled traffic in both directions on Highway 90, just past Tiffin Street, Monday afternoon.