The federal government has pledged to make upgrades to the veterans charter, but “they’re certainly not breaking their back ...” says one local Second World War veteran.
GILFORD – An Innisfil man who took his sports car out for one last run before storing it for the winter evidently forgot about the speed limit.
The call has gone out for local stories to honour living veterans and their legacy.
A man who fought with bar staff early Friday and then resisted arrest from city police officers in downtown Barrie faces three charges.
KING TWP. – A Tottenham woman died Thursday after her SUV crossed lanes and struck a transport truck.
Trick-or-treaters may want to add another toasty layer to their creepy — and waterproof — Halloween costumes Friday night.
Barrie's old guard says it's time to move forward.
Dressing up in costume Halloween night doesn't mean letting down your guard.
A man carrying a bat underneath his jacket was arrested in downtown Barrie on Thursday afternoon.
ALCONA – A Barrie teen was arrested for being intoxicated after his car was found abandoned but running, lights on, in the middle of Foxhill Street on Wednesday night.
A Barrie man was arrested Thursday and charged with robbing a cabbie last Sunday morning.
Doug Jure is getting out while the getting is good. Jure has resigned, effective immediately, from Barrie's police board.
BRADFORD – A local woman has lost $4,000 in the 'Mystery Shopper' scam.
Bystanders blocked two women from both loading children into a vehicle and driving it Wednesday afternoon in south- Barrie.
An Alcona family plans to get its kicks feeding off your fears. And they plan on screaming all the way to the bank — the Barrie Food Bank, that is.
Hank Thibideau, director of event with Barrie and District Christmas Cheer, looks over a collection of 848 jars of peanut butter donated by the staff at Georgian College, Wednesday.
After constructing their own haunted house, Bear Creek Secondary School yearbook and drama students are teaming up to offer some Halloween frights during an open house event to be held at the school Thursday from 4 p.m. to 7 p.m.
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Area residents dealing with vision challenges had a chance to look at products and services during a special event at city hall Wednesday.