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Port Stanton landmark destroyed by early morning fire <b>(7 photos)</b>

Port Stanton landmark destroyed by early morning fire (7 photos)

Three people in neighbouring cottage were able to flee safely; 'This has been a go-to place for about 100 years,' says local resident
Robber used conducted energy weapon in multiple incidents <b>(6 photos)</b>

Robber used conducted energy weapon in multiple incidents (6 photos)

Police say white four-door sedan was observed in all four occurrences, including in Orillia and Gravenhurst
Catholic board introducing new hybrid learning model next month for elementary students

Catholic board introducing new hybrid learning model next month for elementary students

'Now that we are almost two months into our reality, we have learned what works well and what needs to be adjusted,' says interim director
Barrie's Jake Julien ready to soar again with NCAA's Eastern Michigan Eagles

Barrie's Jake Julien ready to soar again with NCAA's Eastern Michigan Eagles

Barrie North grad elated to be playing U.S. college football and didn't want to have any regrets; 'I'm only 18 to 22 once, right? Football is one of those sports you can't join a men's league when you're 40 and strap up again'
COVID case confirmed at Alcona Glen Elementary School

COVID case confirmed at Alcona Glen Elementary School

No classrooms have been closed and the school remains open
Police will resume search for missing Bradford teen Thursday morning <b>(VIDEO)</b>

Police will resume search for missing Bradford teen Thursday morning (VIDEO)

Siem Zerezghi, 15, has been missing since last Friday
Health unit adds more resources to boost breastfeeding rates

Health unit adds more resources to boost breastfeeding rates

'Despite their desire and efforts to breastfeed, some parents need extra support,' says doctor
Barrie police get $96K from province for crime prevention program

Barrie police get $96K from province for crime prevention program

'These grants will help communities fight back against human trafficking and deter unlawful activity in their regions,' says Attorney General and local MPP Doug Downey
City applies for COVID funding relief from province, feds

City applies for COVID funding relief from province, feds

'It’s got a very early deadline, before our next council meeting,' says Deputy Mayor Barry Ward; Safe Restart application deadline is Nov. 6 and council is next scheduled to meet for regular business Nov. 9
Stay positive by putting your batteries out for collection

Stay positive by putting your batteries out for collection

Pick-up is for single-use batteries only, and does not include rechargeable batteries, cellphone and laptop batteries, car, or battery packs