Jenny Clement possesses a sharp intellect wrapped inside a weak body.
A resident of Michael Crescent in Barrie's north end attended the police station Monday morning advising that his vehicle had been entered overnight.
A two-vehicle collision near the intersection of Innisfil Street and Essa Road sent two people to hospital with non-life threatening injuries Monday afternoon.
Like everything else at the Labour Day picnic at Sunnidale Park, a colourful hand-made paper chain turned soggy in the rain Monday afternoon.
INNISFIL - A 51-year-old Toronto woman lost her vehicle for a week after she was caught drinking and driving in Innisfil.
ORO-MEDONTE - Run or Dye was a celebration of life and colour.
NEW TECUMSETH - Nottawasaga OPP are searching for a missing 17-year-old Alliston girl.
It was move in day Sunday at Georgian College in Barrie.
WASAGA BEACH — When it comes to biking, the Beach earns a bronze.
Faculty at Ontario's 24 colleges, including Georgian College, reached a tentative agreement with the College Employer Council just four days before the first day of school.
Severn Township firefighters are doused with 5,000 gallons of water in support of Fire Chief Eric Dowell and the amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS) ice-bucket challenge.
Barrie police are crediting two members of the Canadian Armed Forces with helping catch a man suspected of five assaults downtown early Saturday morning.
BRADFORD - Two people are facing charges after police found them in possession of illegal drugs.
Rodney Noganosh has become chief of the Chippewas of Rama First Nation, says Scott Jacobs, the election's electoral officer.
A 56-year-old man wound up sleeping it off at the Barrie police station after police say he was arrested for drinking in public and yelling at people walking by.
The father of a nine-year-old boy wound up being charged after police say he allowed the youngster to operate a personal watercraft on his own out on Lake Simcoe.
With kids heading back to school Tuesday, OPP is urging drivers to slow down and watch for school buses.
Lynn Whelan is not convinced clearing the logjam in the Black River behind her house will do much to alleviate spring flooding in the north end of Ramara Township — and a provincial ministry agrees.
The Ontario Public School Boards’ Association and the Ontario Catholic School Trustees’ Association, along with L'Association des conseils scolaires des écoles publiques de l'Ontario and L'Association franco-ontarienne des conseils scolaires catholiques, created a new website that profiles school board trustee candidates...