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Recount will clarify election result

Recount will clarify election result

Over 50,000 ballots cast by voters in Barrie-Springwater-Oro-Medonte, will be recounted next week.
Bridge over Highway 400 dedicated to fallen officer

Bridge over Highway 400 dedicated to fallen officer

A bridge over Highway 400 has been officially dedicated in memory of Senior Constable Thomas Coffin — a fallen officer from the Ontario Provincial Police.
What's in a name? Innisfil is hoping for cash!

What's in a name? Innisfil is hoping for cash!

Ever thought it would be cool to have a street named after you? Image directing people to a road bearing your family name? Here's your chance.
Third time's the charm

Third time's the charm

On Thursday, October 29, 2015, at 6:15 p.m., police responded to a theft at Walmart, located on Bayfield Street, in the City of Barrie. Upon arrival, loss prevention officers advised police they had arrested a male for theft under $5,000.
Guy from Barrie, another from Alberta charged with trafficking after commercial vehicle stop

Guy from Barrie, another from Alberta charged with trafficking after commercial vehicle stop

The incident occurred in July
Don't give out your SIN number on the phone. Alright?

Don't give out your SIN number on the phone. Alright?

This type of scam is commonly known as “Phishing” scam
Halloween brings sweet memories for Barrie baker

Halloween brings sweet memories for Barrie baker

Owner of Sigrid's Fine Cafe and Bakery arrived in Canada Oct. 31, 1983
Springwater Township's first mayor dies in hospital

Springwater Township's first mayor dies in hospital

Helen Coutts blazed a bright trail for women in Simcoe County politics.
YMCA celebrates local youth entrepreneurs

YMCA celebrates local youth entrepreneurs

Young entrepreneurs from across Simcoe/Muskoka celebrated their business success at YMCA Geneva Park
Four more arrested in Haileybury real estate fraud investigation

Four more arrested in Haileybury real estate fraud investigation

On February 1, 2013 members of the Ontario Provincial Police (OPP) Temiskaming Crime Unit were called to investigate a fraud surrounding the restoration and sale of a vacant commercial property on Lakeshore Road, Haileybury.