On Thursday night during a donor appreciation event held at Royal Victoria Regional Health Centre (RVH), longtime RVH friend Lloyd Lawrence was honoured with the David Blenkarn Spirit Award.
The province's Throne Speech delivered earlier this month headed north up Highway 400 Friday.
Coun. Bonnie Ainsworth would like to see Pokemon Go players gone from her part of the city.
Students from École secondaire catholique Nouvelle-Alliance in Barrie joined other francophone schools across the province Friday as they celebrated Journée des Franco-Ontariens with special activities throughout the day.
After witnessing a horrific crash that killed a mother, a teen driver charged with street racing drove off to go shopping with his girlfriend instead of calling 9-1-1, court heard Friday.
Horseshoe Valley homeowners worry they might soon have to get in their cars to drive.
NEW TECUMSETH – Someone smashed 74 windows at Tecumseth Beeton Elementary School in Beeton this week, causing an estimated $20,000 in damage.
Police will be canvassing homes Saturday in the Cookstown area after they found shell casings following recent reports of gunshots.
GO Transit requires the full closure of Barrie's Lockhart Road, from Yonge Street to the 20th Sideroad, for an emergency repair to the railway crossing.
NEW TECUMSETH – A licensed marijuana growing operation near Beeton which police say had significantly exceeded its limit was raided by OPP Tuesday, leading to drug production charges against four people.
A Barrie man faces weapon, forcible confinement and threatening charges after he went looking for money owed at two city residences this week.
Bette McCracken calls herself "administratively frustrated."
His job was helping others and now he needs a little help himself.
No more lions, tigers or bears at any Barrie circus?
Mark Wanzel/Special to the Barrie Examiner
The Barrie Historical Archive hosted the grand unveiling of its online museum on Wednesday at Barrie City Hall with 10 of the city's former mayors in attendance. The archive is a free online museum which helps to celebrate and preserve Barrie's rich history through digital media. The archive can be viewed at www.barriearchive.ca.
Ontario's Transportation Ministry needs to get moving and remove trailer advertising littering the Highway 400 corridor near Barrie, says Mayor Jeff Lehman.
City police are investigating two sexual gropings Tuesday in Barrie.
An OPP cruiser and a van were involved a collision Wednesday on Highway 11 North.