Those who think local traffic is out of control, and that collisions are on the rise, may now have proof that their concerns are real.
Miriam King, QMI Agency
The Barrie lakeshore was a sea of pink Sunday morning as runners, walkers and toddlers being pushed in strollers took part in the annual Barrie/Orillia Canadian Breast Cancer Foundation CIBC Run for the Cure.
INNISFIL - Ovi the cat is back with his owners, two years after he went missing – and it's all thanks to a microchip.
INNISFIL - Best known as the star of HGTV's Income Property, Scott McGillivray has been described as a “triple threat” - real estate investor, contractor and entrepreneur.
Inspired by the graceful swaying of the palm trees and the waves upon the shore... that's Polynesian dance: Graceful, hip-swaying – and incidentally, great exercise.
There's a new “store” at Upper Canada Mall – a “Pop-Up Shop” that is a partnership between the Mall, and the Town of Newmarket.
May 23 was a day of celebration in Bradford – celebrating everything that gives the community its unique character, from its agricultural roots to its multi-cultural population.
INNISFIL — Residents could be paying a minimal increase for policing after the South Simcoe police budgets are approved.
Nineteen Holy Trinity Catholic High School students and 5 teacher chaperones will be heading to Ecuador in April, for a Me to We student leadership trip. Once in Ecuador, they will be working with local residents to build a new school – and experiencing the life and culture of another county, in what has been described as a life-changing trip.
For the first time, the South Simcoe Police Service has developed not a “Strategic Plan”, but a “Business Plan” for 2015-2017- covering not only policy and future direction for the police service, but also the finances.
Since the federal government changed the Regulations governing the production of Medical Marijuana, municipalities have been grappling with the issue of where to permit large-scale commercial marijuana production facilities.
A management meeting on March 3, between South Simcoe Chief of Police Rick Beazley and the Police Services Board, and the Treasurers and CAOs of both Innisfil and Bradford West Gwillimbury, may have generated a solution to the impasse over the Police Operating Budget.
There was a sea of pink at Sir William Osler Public School in Bond Head, on February 25.
When Cathy Nesbitt brings her red wiggler worms into the classroom, the initial response from students is “Ewww!”
Leonora Husveti-Frenette comes from a family of artists.
Around 9:45 a.m. on Sunday, February 22, an employee at Dominion Farm Produce at 215 Dissette St. arrived at work to find thick black smoke pouring from the building.
The Town of Bradford West Gwillimbury has signed an agreement with the Province of Ontario, for the design, construction and funding of the new interchange at the 5th Line of BWG and Hwy. 400.
When Innisfil youngster Tyler French was first diagnosed with Autism Spectrum Disorder, the Province of Ontario was still hesitant to fund the intensive behavioural therapies needed to help kids with autism achieve their full potential - so the family organized the first Fishing for Tyler ice fishing derby at Innisfil Beach Park.
The storm on December 11, 2014, dumped snow on Bradford West Gwillimbury over an extended period of time. Snowplows had to plow and re-plow major arterial roads, just to keep them passable – which meant that secondary and local roads were not cleared in a timely fashion.
Cycling enthusiast Nancy Bobala signed up early to participate in the Spin-athon at the BWG Leisure Centre – part of the “Mega-thon” fundraiser for the Heart & Stroke Foundation, on February 21, that also included a Walk-athon, and Yoga-thon.