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Carousel Collectables to close at end of year

Carousel Collectables to close at end of year

Owners retiring after eight years in business in downtown Orillia
Ainsworth seeks second term, vows to stick to values

Ainsworth seeks second term, vows to stick to values

Ward 3 candidate made history in 2014, becoming youngest ever councillor to be elected in Orillia
Invasive autumn olive produces 200,000 seeds per plant

Invasive autumn olive produces 200,000 seeds per plant

'It's definitely here,' says Lake Simcoe Region Conservation Authority official
Heitzner looking forward to a 'fresh start' with Steelheads

Heitzner looking forward to a 'fresh start' with Steelheads

'I have high hopes for my role in Mississauga,' says 19-year-old Orillia native who was traded by Barrie Colts Sunday
Scarecrow Festival set to invade Brechin September 29

Scarecrow Festival set to invade Brechin September 29

Third annual fest, dubbed Fifty Shades of Hay, has become a popular annual event in Brechin
Some microgreens recalled, suspected of listeria contamination

Some microgreens recalled, suspected of listeria contamination

Some Greenbelt microgreens could make people sick, warns food inspection agency
Good morning, Orillia!

Good morning, Orillia!

Skies are sunny today but clouds gather and rain begins late in the evening
Now you know why they call it Moose Beach!

Now you know why they call it Moose Beach!

Author of Apocalypse Chow has ties to Orillia

Author of Apocalypse Chow has ties to Orillia

David Julian Wightman's parody chronicles Canada's greatest chef who seems to have lost his mind in the wilds of northern Ontario
New exhibit, From the Ashes: Orillia's Fires, opens at downtown museum

New exhibit, From the Ashes: Orillia's Fires, opens at downtown museum