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Dear store owners, it may be time to upgrade your security cameras

Dear store owners, it may be time to upgrade your security cameras

South Simcoe Police Constable Rob Enwright was at Tanger Outlets in Cookstown this week, speaking to merchants about crime prevention.
Season of remembrance starts now

Season of remembrance starts now

This is the last generation able to thank a Second World War veteran face-to-face
School board wants to know what you think

School board wants to know what you think

‚ÄčThe Simcoe County District School Board (SCDSB) is asking members of the public for their input into our Pupil Accommodation Review and Facility Partnerships policies.
Military park marching toward approval

Military park marching toward approval

City Council is set to celebrate Remembrance Day two days early this year, with the approval of Barrie's Military Heritage Park, located on the lakeshore, east of Southshore Centre.
Dairy Queen burgled. No reports of missing ice cream

Dairy Queen burgled. No reports of missing ice cream

Ident officers attended and retrieved evidence from the scene.
Did you see the northern lights last night? (5 photos)

Did you see the northern lights last night? (5 photos)

Clear skies in remote areas offered the best chances to view the aurora borealis.
Will it be planes, trains or automobiles? County seeking input on transportation

Will it be planes, trains or automobiles? County seeking input on transportation

The County of Simcoe is hosting two Open House Public Information Centres on November 9, 2015 and November 17, 2015 to obtain feedback from residents and stakeholders about public transit in Simcoe County.
Stolen cell phone recovered. Sentimental photos? Deleted

Stolen cell phone recovered. Sentimental photos? Deleted

Suspect was captured on video surveillance Friday
Sign of the times at Duckworth Street and Cundles Road East

Sign of the times at Duckworth Street and Cundles Road East

This will be a sign like no other in the city of Barrie. "People in Midhurst will see this sign," says Ward 3 councillor Doug Shipley.
Organic, sprouted chia seed powder recalled. Possible salmonella contamination

Organic, sprouted chia seed powder recalled. Possible salmonella contamination

Some Back 2 the Garden Organic, Sprouted Chia Seed Powder is being voluntarily recalled by the manufacturer because it may be contaminated by Salmonella, says the Canadian Food Inspection Agency.