The second annual Brent Landry Memorial Games Day was held at Sir Games-A-Lot, located in the Bayfield Mall, on Saturday.
Hundreds of hot rod and motorbike enthusiasts came out to the Harley-Davidson customer appreciation event held Saturday at Barrie Harley-Davidson.
Country music star and Barrie-area resident Jason McCoy entertained the crowds at the final day of the International Plowing Match, Saturday.
Police are investigating the death of a man whose body was discovered in Ramara Township, just south of Casino Rama.
The Bladder Cancer Awareness Walk helped raise more than $1,500 towards bladder cancer research and support at Barrie's inaugural walk Sunday at St. Vincent Park.
Concerns that a drunk man shouldn't be riding his bicycle prompted residents to call police, Saturday.
Chiropractor Amanda Ostrowski, of Balance Chiropractic in Barrie, stands beside a 20-foot-tall sculpture of a spine located outside their Bayfield Street office. Carved from an ash tree, the work was done by JMT Wood Sculptures.
It all started with a bedtime story and blossomed from there.
One of Barrie’s premier sports facilities is going green.
An 87-year-old man is dead after a farming-related accident near Elmvale Friday morning. Provincial police, Springwater Township firefighters and Simcoe County paramedics were called to a Flos Road 10 East farm north of Elmvale at approximately 11:40 a.m. for an accident involving serious injuries.
A judge has made the final ruling that an Orillia woman charged in connection to child sex crimes can not get out on bail.
INNISFIL - A 44-year-old Barrie woman has lost her licence for seven days after police say she was caught driving too fast.
A 55-year-old man has been arrested after police received a call about a drunk man loitering outside the McDonald's on Dunlop Street West.
ESSA TWP. – For many, Justin Trudeau's visit to the International Plowing Match & Rural Expo (IPM) embodied this year's slogan: 'Good old days ... modern new ways'.
The OPP’s new billing model will save Orillia money, but because of inflation, there likely won’t be any change in the city’s policing budget, says chief financial officer Bob Ripley.
INNISFIL — Innisfil council is rallying around Innisfil part-time volunteer firefighter Tom Hunse — a Cookstown resident and full-time Toronto firefighter— who is being threatened with dismissal over part- time duties with Innisfil.
As the hunt for hairdresser turned suspected killer Boris Panovski continues, neighbours say he was last seen a week ago wearing a T- shirt, shorts and sandals.
Sleepy little Cook Street’s residents are making some big noise about the new Barrie Transit route there.
Spectators watch a dancing tractor show the 2014 International Plowing Match and Rural Expo near Ivy in Essa Township.