Barrie police received a call Friday night from a male at a Yonge Street business stating that he had just spotted a male who had robbed him two days ago off his cellphone at gunpoint.
Checking his e-mail Friday morning, Steve Davie watched in wonder as the pens on his desk rattled in a cup as an earthquake moved through Central Ontario.
Barrie’s newest Catholic church, Holy Spirit Parish, will be blessed by His Eminence Cardinal Thomas Collins during a special day of prayer, celebration and thanks on Sunday.
Tim Kyte plans to spend his summer learning how to drive the 19-foot power boat he bought last week.
St. Joseph's High School is in lockdown while police search for an intruder.
The Trent-Severn Waterway may be open for business, but area boaters aren't sure how much it's going to be getting.
The Township of Ramara, officially declared a disaster zone, has qualified for the Ontario Disaster Relief Assistance Program (ODRAP).
The Barrie Kinsmen is having a blast for the Victoria Day weekend helping out local projects. The club's annual fireworks sale in front of Sears at Georgian Mall on Bayfield Street runs from 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. today and Saturday, and from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. on Sunday.
SPRINGWATER TWP. - Dozens of firefighters were called into action last night just north of Barrie to battle a massive blaze at an industrial facility on Bertram Industrial Parkway, located just off County Rd. 27, south of Horseshoe Valley Road.
City police are looking for a suspicious vehicle with an elderly couple in south-Barrie.
Any changes to Barrie's public tree bylaw will first have to bear fruit in the community services committee.
Is Barrie’s rejection as 2014 Memorial Cup host also the death knell for extensive upgrades to Barrie Molson Centre?
There are two seasons for motorists in Ontario, as the joke goes, winter and construction.
Barrie’s eGames will start small this year, then try to grow larger.
She said she wouldn’t have been able to look herself in the mirror if she didn’t speak up at Tuesday night’s meeting.
INNISFIL — In light of the disappearance of Ancaster resident Tim Bosna, South Simcoe police are issuing advice for residents selling their vehicles online.
Texting while driving is illegal, even for cyclists.
The culture in Barrie is changing, but not that much and very slowly.
A Barrie boy’s lost bike has been found.