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Baycats ready to sink their claws into the Jackfish in IBL semi-finals

Baycats ready to sink their claws into the Jackfish in IBL semi-finals

'This is where veteran players ... find ways to win,' says Baycats president; Barrie is looking to capture its sixth straight IBL title
Bracebridge man faces drug charges after traffic stop

Bracebridge man faces drug charges after traffic stop

Man, stopped for traffic violation, faces three counts of possession of opioids
Lawn care equipment stolen from local cemetery

Lawn care equipment stolen from local cemetery

The theft occurred sometime between 2 p.m. on Aug. 10 and 8:30 a.m. on Aug. 12
OPP report increase in commercial vehicle crashes, fatalities

OPP report increase in commercial vehicle crashes, fatalities

OPP is gearing up for Operation Safe Trucking campaign, which begins Monday; 'Everyone has a role to play to keep our roads and highways safe'
VIDEO: Don't forget the beer!

VIDEO: Don't forget the beer!

We hit the streets of Orillia to find out what's cooking at summer barbecues
New funding about more than just concrete and steel: Dunlop

New funding about more than just concrete and steel: Dunlop

Province announces $40,000 investment in Midland transit, road projects
The 'Life' of the party celebrates 20 years of Christian radio

The 'Life' of the party celebrates 20 years of Christian radio

'God is doing great things through this station and we're so thankful,' said official; Big party planned to mark milestone at Orillia church Saturday night
Council opts to set up reserve to fund potential new hospital

Council opts to set up reserve to fund potential new hospital

Councillors will determine amount during budget deliberations; Mayor said it's 'forward-thinking and progressive' idea
Rooftop solar project at recreation centre remains up in the air

Rooftop solar project at recreation centre remains up in the air

Council opted to delay decision, referred plan to budget deliberations; 'Doing it a year from now will be no less of a statement,' says Emond
Council expects 'amazing things' from new youth senate

Council expects 'amazing things' from new youth senate

Eleven local youth agree to serve on new Orillia Sunshine Youth Senate; 'I think they are going to be a real welcome addition to the city,' says councillor