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Sculpture forest a place 'to be a kid again'

Sculpture forest a place 'to be a kid again'

Singhampton artist builds sculpture forest as a place to share her art and creativity with others
Good morning, Orillia!

Good morning, Orillia!

Mix of sun and cloud with a chance of showers and windy.
Artifacts hidden in wall turns up woman's 366-year family history

Artifacts hidden in wall turns up woman's 366-year family history

Non-fiction writer Candace Savage was fascinated with original homeowner's name
Shopping, good eats on menu at Ramona Fall Bazaar and Luncheon

Shopping, good eats on menu at Ramona Fall Bazaar and Luncheon

Annual event returning to Ramona Hall Oct. 19; Tasty lunch, unique vendors, indoor/outdoor autumn displays and a chance to win door prizes
Ayers Tree Farm unveils spooky new attraction <b>(3 photos)</b>

Ayers Tree Farm unveils spooky new attraction (3 photos)

'We spared no expense,' owner says, noting huge indoor barn and spacious property has been transformed into a spooky adventure
VIDEO: What are you thankful for?

VIDEO: What are you thankful for?

We hit the streets of Orillia to ask people what they are thankful for on Thanksgiving Weekend
Singing Soldiers use music to shed light on darkness of PTSD

Singing Soldiers use music to shed light on darkness of PTSD

'Everything we do is about trauma healing through music therapy,' said Graham Trude, of the Singing Soldiers; the band will make a stop in Orillia in November
Pedestrian struck and killed by vehicle on Highway 11

Pedestrian struck and killed by vehicle on Highway 11

Matthew Schembri, 21, of Severn Township died after being struck by vehicle on HIghway 11 at 2:15 a.m.; OPP asking for witnesses to come forward
Each mushroom tells its own tale ... if you know what to look for

Each mushroom tells its own tale ... if you know what to look for

It's mushroom season and our outdoors columnist has everything you need to know about these whacky, colourful fungi
​​​​​​​Conservation group urges people to leave leaves on the ground

​​​​​​​Conservation group urges people to leave leaves on the ground

Leaving fallen leaves in your yard is a small act of nature conservation that can support backyard biodiversity, experts say