INNISFIL — The mother of an Innisfil teen — killed while riding his bicycle along Innisfil Beach Road in October 2012 — says the review by a police oversight agency looking into the case is flawed.
A project to control erosion and restore fish habitat in the West Holland River is receiving $77,000 in federal funding.
Nothing screams ALS as much as a bucket of cold ice water over your head before breakfast
WASAGA BEACH — James Carson rolled into a hero’s welcome on Thursday, skating the home stretch of his Roll Across Ontario campaign with his kids by his side.
A transport truck southbound on Highway 400, near Highway 88, slammed into the median in a construction zone and blew its tires Thursday morning.
LONDON – Do dollars come with the new relationship between the province and its municipalities?
A Barrie man already in the police drunk tank has also been charged with assault after a woman was knocked off her bicycle Wednesday.
INNISFIL – A local man faces impaired driving charges after another motorist called 911 early Thursday.
The City of Orillia needs to build a better relationship with OPP in order to move forward with building a new police detachment, says mayoral candidate Steve Clarke.
Ready, ready; paddles up!
With a police escort, members of the Beverly Tire & Auto team take their turn on the Big Bike, Wednesday evening, in an effort to raise support for the Heart and Stroke Foundation. They are one of several teams taking part and raised about $2,400.
In less than two weeks, the doors will be locked but the schools will be open.
Barking dogs, motion-detector lights or sheared shrubbery.
A Barrie city police officer was bitten by a dog in the Costco parking lot Wednesday morning.
Sometimes life gets in the way and financial stability flies out the window on the wings of each rent cheque written.
INNISFIL – A local man faces an assault charge after a woman was thrown against a garage door and then again onto the floor Tuesday afternoon.
A Barrie woman faces an impaired driving charge after a parked vehicle was hit early Wednesday in the city's north end.
Thinking outside the box might mean on-street, parallel parking without lines one day in Barrie.
The Statistics Canada numbers are in and they're showing Barrie in a positive light.