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Simcoe County Gingerbread House Contest returning to Innisfil

Simcoe County Gingerbread House Contest returning to Innisfil

Rotary club 'thrilled' to bring back competition Nov. 26
Company builds all-electric on-highway haul truck

Company builds all-electric on-highway haul truck

‘We have a bunch of enthusiastic engineering nerds – myself included – with big imaginations,’ says project manager
Fans assemble at BPL Comic Fest

Fans assemble at BPL Comic Fest

OPP hosting provincial recruitment day in Orillia

OPP hosting provincial recruitment day in Orillia

Attendees will get to take part in constable information session, learn about different units, career opportunities
Lakehead golfers shine at Georgian College Fall Invitational

Lakehead golfers shine at Georgian College Fall Invitational

Second-year golfer Noah Collins led the way with a third-place finish, helping the Orillia team to an 8th place showing at the tournament in Shanty Bay
'Pretty impressive': County celebrates forest's 100-year legacy

'Pretty impressive': County celebrates forest's 100-year legacy

'If we were gathered in this spot 100 years ago, we’d be looking at a very different landscape,' says county forester
Ward 3 candidate drops out of Oro-Medonte election race

Ward 3 candidate drops out of Oro-Medonte election race

Sean Power originally ran to challenge Cathy Keane, but is dropping out to make way for 'a real up-and-comer and a real go-getter'
<b>SCENE SETTER:</b> Filmmaker takes tree-planting to the big screen

SCENE SETTER: Filmmaker takes tree-planting to the big screen

On Monday night, local residents can experience an authentic look at the rarely appreciated job of a tree-planter through Forest for the Trees
<b>REMEMBER THIS:</b> Clothier put the rack in racket — Part 2

REMEMBER THIS: Clothier put the rack in racket — Part 2

Downtown Barrie businessman gets lucky in a trial, but it wasn't his only brush with the legal system
Driver caught going 136 km/h on Mapleview: police

Driver caught going 136 km/h on Mapleview: police

Barrie police say traffic unit officer was conducting other enforcement, such as laying 'multiple charges' for noisy vehicles, when the speeding car was stopped