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113 Bayfield Street: The Scythes Years <b>(4 photos)</b>

113 Bayfield Street: The Scythes Years (4 photos)

In this week's Remember This, Mary Harris recalls the grand parties hosted in the Scythes' home on Bayfield Street
The 1938 Barrie jewel heist <b>(4 photos)</b>

The 1938 Barrie jewel heist (4 photos)

In this edition of 'Remember This', Mary Harris recounts how five young men from Toronto made off with $3,000 worth of watches, rings and Ronson cigarette lighters
Taking a bite out of Bayfield Street <b>(5 photos)</b>

Taking a bite out of Bayfield Street (5 photos)

In this week's Remember This, Mary Harris looks back on the eats and treats once available on Bayfield Street
Great storms of the region: Part 2 <b>(4 photos)</b>

Great storms of the region: Part 2 (4 photos)

In this week's Remember This, Mary Harris continues her series on infamous storms of the region
Great storms of the region: Part 1 <b>(4 photos)</b>

Great storms of the region: Part 1 (4 photos)

In this week's Remember This, Mary Harris begins her series on infamous storms of the region
Horseless carriages come to Barrie: Part 2 <b>(5 photos)</b>

Horseless carriages come to Barrie: Part 2 (5 photos)

The history of the automobile in Barrie continues in this week's 'Remember This'
Horseless carriages come to Barrie: Part 1 <b>(4 photos)</b>

Horseless carriages come to Barrie: Part 1 (4 photos)

In this week's Remember This, Mary Harris recalls the first automobiles to the region
The dead man on the wagon: Part 2 <b>(4 photos)</b>

The dead man on the wagon: Part 2 (4 photos)

In this edition of 'Remember This', Mary Harris shares part 2 of the story about the 1881 murder of Thomas Slight
The dead man on the wagon: Part 1 <b>(4 photos)</b>

The dead man on the wagon: Part 1 (4 photos)

In this edition of 'Remember This', Mary Harris shares details surrounding the gruesome 1881 murder of Thomas Slight
When ice was an industry <b>(4 photos)</b>

When ice was an industry (4 photos)

In this week's 'Remember This', Mary Harris recalls a time when ice had to be harvested