South Simcoe Police cruiser

Youths charged

BRADFORD – Two local youths face theft charges after $400 worth of goods were lifted from Walmart late Monday afternoon.

Barrie Colts centre Garrett Hooey watches the puck slide past Belleville Bulls goalie Charlie Graham for a goal during first period OHL playoff action at the Barrie Molson Centre Monday night. IAN MCINROY/BARRIE EXAMINER

Colts blast Bulls

The Barrie Colts have taken care of business at home. And if they can play like this on the road, the Colts could get a long layoff.

Prime Minister Stephen Harper speaks with Honda production associate Ronda St. Pierre, left during an announcement on Monday by Honda of Canada Manufacturing in Alliston that it will produce the next generation CR-V model for the European market, the first time that HCM will export vehicles to Europe. IAN MCINROY/BARRIE EXAMINER

Honda steering towards Europe

Prime Minister Stephen Harper speaks with Honda production associate Ronda St. Pierre, left during an announcement on Monday by Honda of Canada Manufa

Marie 'Tonie' Farrell sits in her mother’s Orillia home where she now lives because she can’t work after suffering injuries from being beaten by an OPP officer. In the background is her son, R.J. Farrell, who bought her a silver-plated gavel with the words Not Guilty engraved on it. Tracy McLaughlin Photo

Farrell suing cop and OPP

An Orilllia grandmother who suffered "catastrophic" injuries in an altercation with a police officer has launched a $4 million lawsuit against the cop

Trouble in the lobby

A 32-year-old Innisfil woman is facing an assault charge after Barrie police say she punched her common-law partner several times in the face.

Ted Stuart from Pretty River Academy in Collingwood was one of many students who took part in Simcoe County regional science fair on the weekend in Barrie. ZACH MACPHERSON PHOTO

Very scientific

Elementary school students from throughout the area showed off their skills on Saturday at the Simcoe County Regional Science and Technology Fair.

Sue Cumming, of Cumming and Company, was the group facilitator for Our Place Community Visioning Day Saturday March 28, 2015 at the Innisfil Town Hall. Saturday's public session was the first step in the town's Official Plan review process. Patrick Bales/Bradford Times/QMI Agency

Innisfil planning ahead

The process to create the new Official Plan officially got underway Saturday morning during the Our Place Community Visioning Day at the Innisfil Town

     

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