Barrie police have charged a 79-year-old man they believe deliberately started a fire at a seniors’ home on Wednesday.
A Ramara Township resident received a shock when his hydro bill became unaffordable earlier this year.
Barrie firefighters, police and Simcoe County paramedics were called to a fire Wednesday evening at the Woods Park Care Centre on Lillian Crescent in the city's north end.
To Janie Cooper-Wilson, the Oro African Methodist Episcopal Church is a gold mine of history, culture and community, and recognition of its restoration by the province is incentive to use it as a beacon of hope.
Six people face drug-related charges after police raided homes in Barrie and Innisfil Wednesday morning.
NEW TECUMSETH – An Alliston woman was charged after police spotted her e-bike going south on 8th Avenue without its front light on Sunday night.
The Barrie real estate market is hot and indications are that trend is going to continue.
After over 40 years of service to the community the Crock & Block Restaurant, located on Bayfield Street, has closed its doors.
While walking along Barrie’s North Shore Trail, a couple ventures out onto the ice as fog hovers over Kempenfelt Bay on Wednesday.
The Davids have spoken, but it might not be the news some area residents want to hear.
Jared Baxter couldn't be happier with his job's new digs.
Alexandra Wolf couldn’t be happier about transferring high schools.
Barrie city police will review every sexual assault investigation during 2015 and 2016, in response to a national story on the frequency of unfounded reports.
The bill has reached $50,000 for Barrie heating and air conditioning businesses recently defrauded.
Police are looking for the driver of an SUV after young girls were reportedly approached Tuesday in Orillia.
Fog blanketed Barrie Wednesday morning and is expected to hang around bringing warm temperatures into Thursday.
Police have released the identity of a woman found dead last weekend in an Orillia residence.
INNISFIL – A local man faces charges after police stopped a speeding car on 20 Sideroad Tuesday evening.
'Phishing' frauds continue to plague e- mailers.