Naloxone is the antidote; it shouldn’t be considered the cure.
A 27-year-old Midland man has been charged with two counts of parental assault on a child.
Although a well-known Orillia pediatrician recently retired, he continues to be recognized for his professional contributions.
Take some steps to remember, for those who can’t.
Historical recipes and memories will be shared at Barrie Central United Church on Saturday.
WASAGA BEACH – More than 700 people attended the public meeting regarding the future of Wasaga Distribution Inc. (WDI), the town-owned electric utility, at the Wasaga RecPlex Wednesday night.
Police have charged a 17-year-old with robbery after multiple tips lead to his arrest.
A female firestarter was busted after igniting a dangerous fire at the waterfront, Thursday.
After successfully raising more than $140 at his lemonade stand, Chase McAulay, 5, delivered on a promise, Wednesday.
HORSESHOE VALLEY - A long-handled firefighter's axe sits near the entrance to Oro-Medonte's main fire station just off Horseshoe Valley Road.
The aging population of Simcoe County wants affordable housing and increased accessibility to information and transportation in the region.
The ship carrying promises of potential electoral reform has already sailed.
Mark Fisher says it's a leap to put two bridges across the little waterway at Barrie's Sunnidale Park.
A Barrie police officer removes tape after clearing the scene following a collision between a car and an electric tricycle, Wednesday at the intersection of Simcoe and Mary streets in downtown Barrie.
Graco's Canadian division is recalling "My Ride 65" car seats that have defective harness restraints.
Simcoe County District School Board trustees had some questions for staff Wednesday night prior to passing a budget pegged at more than half-a-billion dollars.
Brianna Holley visited the 2017 Simcoe Muskoka Skilled Trades Expo held at Elmvale Community Arena on Wednesday.
The training room at Innisfil’s operations centre was filled with young workers on Wednesday morning, receiving training for their new summer jobs with the town’s parks or roads departments.
A Barrie senior was injured when his power-assisted tricycle collided with a Mazda near the corner of Simcoe and Mary streets Wednesday afternoon.