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Man wanted in Orillia tracked down by Mounties

Man wanted in Orillia tracked down by Mounties

But he was nowhere near Orillia when he was caught
Break-in fail: Bungling suspect leaves DNA behind after pharmacy theft

Break-in fail: Bungling suspect leaves DNA behind after pharmacy theft

Police are also reviewing surveillance footage and expect to release images
Citizen's call results in over-80 charge for Port McNicholl driver

Citizen's call results in over-80 charge for Port McNicholl driver

His car was impounded for 7 days, and his driver's licence suspended for 90 days
RVH and YMCA work together to improve care for cardiac episodes

RVH and YMCA work together to improve care for cardiac episodes

Heart patients from throughout North Simcoe Muskoka will now have access to rehabilitation services in the community thanks to a partnership between Royal Victoria Regional Health Centre (RVH) and the YMCA of Simcoe/Muskoka.
Senior asks Innisfil Council for dedicated senior parking spots

Senior asks Innisfil Council for dedicated senior parking spots

Seniors ask Innisfil Council to designate parking spots for people over 65.
County wants you to throw out less garbage

County wants you to throw out less garbage

The County of Simcoe wants to up its waste diversion to 71 per cent by 2020 and that means residents should expect major changes to the waste management system.
Let's not forget our small town hospitals

Let's not forget our small town hospitals

Stevenson Memorial Hospital, built in 1964, is in desperate need of redevelopment to continue meeting community needs.
Learning first-hand about youth homelessness

Learning first-hand about youth homelessness

Students deliver food donation and learn about Barrie's only youth homeless shelter.
Modest growth expected for Barrie census area

Modest growth expected for Barrie census area

The most wide-reaching provincial economic forecast of the year, the Ontario Economic Update 2016, was released today by the Ontario Chamber of Commerce and the Credit Unions of Ontario
Clothing drive helps women dress for success

Clothing drive helps women dress for success

Madelaine Dagenais never thought her interest in fashion would turn into a project for school. Then again, she probably never thought her school work would end up helping dozens of local women either. Both have come true this semester.