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Local political science professor says PCs could still win June election

Local political science professor says PCs could still win June election

Fallout from Patrick Brown implosion makes leadership race, election difficult to predict
Studabakers owner eyes June reopening

Studabakers owner eyes June reopening

Downtown restaurant was razed by fire in January
Alan Doyle joins Mariposa lineup

Alan Doyle joins Mariposa lineup

A musician extraordinaire, actor in film, television and stage, and author, Alan Doyle is a triple threat
Terriers take a bite out of Newmarket, prepare to meet Richmond Hill

Terriers take a bite out of Newmarket, prepare to meet Richmond Hill

Local minor bantams finished second overall in regular season
Good morning, Orillia!

Good morning, Orillia!

There is a 60 per cent chance of flurries, possibly changing to rain showers near noon
Local athletes kick, punch their way to multiple medals

Local athletes kick, punch their way to multiple medals

Rookies enjoy success at Frosted Friends Tournament
Human remains identified as Mandy Thompson

Human remains identified as Mandy Thompson

Remains have been positively identified as missing person 72-year-old Madelaine Thompson of Barrie
Accused in drug bust at Orillia hotel make first court appearance

Accused in drug bust at Orillia hotel make first court appearance

Trio will be back in court April 10
'Tap into Maple' begins this week

'Tap into Maple' begins this week

The event is an opportunity to visit the region’s maple syrup producers, enjoy special maple-themed festivals and events, and enjoy delicious local maple-inspired cuisine
City council gets a lesson on going behind closed doors

City council gets a lesson on going behind closed doors

Coun. Ainsworth says meeting was 'politically motivated'; mayor said it was about maintaining confidence of the community