An end to the college faculty strike is in sight and now in the hands of provincial legislators.
Ian McInroy, Barrie Examiner
The transition for youth heading into high school has never been more difficult.
Area motorists had their first spanking from Mother Nature Thursday night and Friday morning, but drivers aren’t the only people affected by winter’s first wallop.
Honouring Indigenous culture will be part of daily morning announcements at Simcoe County District School Board schools.
Provincial police are continuing their investigation into the deadly crash on Highway 400 Tuesday night that left three people dead.
Musicians from across the region will soon be getting their collective tunes together.
Help is just around the corner.
Simcoe County councillors will be pondering changes to how the warden is selected during a governance committee meeting on Wednesday.
INNISFIL – Two women are dead and 8 people injured after a three-vehicle collision at Sideroad 20 and Line 6 in Innisfil Monday morning.
BRADFORD – Two Catholic school educators were suspended and are facing serious allegations in connection to high school literacy tests, a disciplinary committee at the Ontario College of Teachers (OCT) heard this week.
INNISFIL – Jordan and Karen Springford know what is so important about Father’s Day: their two daughters.
Gilda's Club Simcoe Muskoka is taking on cancer one brick at a time.
Beware of the bite.
Utopia dairy farmer Jack Lange cozies up to his holstein dairy cow Popstar during the Simcoe County Federation of Agriculture Farms Feed Families event held at the Essa Agriplex facility on Wednesday.
Feed your green bin, not your garbage.
Partnering between Simcoe County District School Board schools and their communities is a win-win, say board officials.
Barrie Police Chief Kimberley Greenwood and OPP Supt. Jim Smyth address the media during a press conference in Barrie Wednesday where they unveiled Simcoe County Case Files, a new initiative to reinvigorate cold-case investigations with the help of area residents as well as social media through Facebook.
Take some steps to remember, for those who can’t.
Simcoe County District School Board trustees had some questions for staff Wednesday night prior to passing a budget pegged at more than half-a-billion dollars.
People of all ages and great character were recognized during the Simcoe County District School Board’s annual Character Recognition Evening on Thursday.