A Ramara Township school is jumping on board the province-wide Children's Mental Health Week campaign.
Be careful where you walk, there may be creatures underfoot slithering and hopping into spring.
Barrie police were called to the area of Cundles Road East and Harding Avenue during the dinner hour Thursday after a homeowner came across a break and enter in progress.
Thirty-five positions are being eliminated at Orillia's hospital in the name of balancing the books.
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City police are looking for a woman who left a Barrie grocery store with cosmetics in her purse she hadn't purchased.
OPP have arrested 80 people in connection with a massive investigation involving online child exploitation – including two from Barrie, one from Orillia, Innisfil and Collingwood.
The National Day of Mourning, held annually in Canada on April 28, is dedicated to remembering those who have lost their lives, or suffered injury or illness on the job or due to a work-related tragedy.
Farmers' plants are sprouting up a little more green than red in Leamington, ONT., these days.
A Wasaga Beach woman is $100,000 richer today. Jean Blayney won a $100,000 top prize by playing OLG's Instant Crossword Tripler (Game #1872).
A spray can was thrown at a vehicle, which was then punched, when a motorist almost hit a construction worker in Barrie Wednesday afternoon.
A Barrie woman has been arrested in connection with the theft of cosmetics from a Cundles Road East grocery store.
(STAFF) – Barrie Examiner photographer Mark Wanzel has captured two awards at the Ontario Newspaper Awards for his outstanding work in 2015.
Jim Wilson and a busload of more than 60 wind turbine opponents went to Queen's Park In Toronto with guns blazing but were again stonewalled by the Minister of the Environment.
More than 80 secondary school students took part Wednesday in the 13th annual High School Hospitality Competition held at Georgian College in Barrie.
The city is handing out $325,000 in cultural grants to community arts organizations this year.
The historic Oro African Church is set to reopen in the third week of August.
WASAGA BEACH - Ex-Wasaga Beach councillor Ron Anderson said he quit abruptly at the last council meeting due to frustration over ongoing divisiveness in council, particularly between the Mayor Brian Smith and Deputy Mayor Nina Bifolchi.
If you're looking for a laugh, the Leacock Associates have 10 books that are just what the doctor ordered.