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Ladies 'tis the season to get fancy

Ladies 'tis the season to get fancy

ZuZu Fashion Boutique can help you sparkle during the holiday season
RIDE program pulls plenty of impaired drivers off road

RIDE program pulls plenty of impaired drivers off road

Officers with South Simcoe Police R.I.D.E team were kept busy on Wednesday night. Within one hour of setting up a R.I.D.E. check program in northern Innisfil, officers stopped 215 vehicles.
Salvation Army kettle campaign needs $470,000

Salvation Army kettle campaign needs $470,000

About 490 volunteers are manning Salvation Army kettles at 22 locations across Barrie, with a goal of $490,000. Donate online https://secure.salvationarmy.ca/registrant/FundraisingPage.aspx?RegistrationID=3149132
Share the gift of warmth by donating mittens, hats and scarves.

Share the gift of warmth by donating mittens, hats and scarves.

Donate to the Barrie Police Mitten Tree starting Tuesday, December 1.
Lawrence and Arif awarded for community impact

Lawrence and Arif awarded for community impact

The Midland Police Service hosted the Festive RIDE/Project Red Ribbon Launch at Midland Secondary School on Tuesday, November 24, 2015.
Supporting refugees will be a learning experience at Simcoe County schools

Supporting refugees will be a learning experience at Simcoe County schools

Supporting Syrian refugee children in local schools will be a rewarding, learning experience for students, says the Director of Education at the Simcoe County District School Board. "It's exciting," Kathi Wallace said after a Board meeting Wednesday.
Barrie Chamber selects new CEO

Barrie Chamber selects new CEO

The Barrie Chamber of Commerce is excited to announce the addition of Rod Jackson as CEO. Jackson will be leading the long-term revitalization and rebranding of the Chamber.
OPP officer to little boy: Do you want to build a snowman?

OPP officer to little boy: Do you want to build a snowman?

It was Tuesday, November 24, 2015, around 4 p.m. in the afternoon and Constable Marcus Lee was on duty patrolling in the City of Orillia.
School board welcomes Syrian refugee students

School board welcomes Syrian refugee students

​The Simcoe County District School Board (SCDSB) is preparing to support Syrian newcomers as they transition into life in Canada.
<b>Gifford Jones:</b> Heart failure = 2.1 to 5 years of life

Gifford Jones: Heart failure = 2.1 to 5 years of life

“The fault, dear Brutus, is not in our stars, but in ourselves”