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Local sex assault victim raises red flag, calls for better approach

Local sex assault victim raises red flag, calls for better approach

System 'ultimately failed me in that my rape was left undocumented ... As a result, the man that raped me will not be held accountable for his crime,' laments victim
'It's amazing': Local students rally to net area volleyball crown

'It's amazing': Local students rally to net area volleyball crown

'You really have to play as a team. It takes a true group effort to win,' says Notre Dame Catholic School student
LETTER: Doctor, nurse, patient groups endorse OSMH board change

LETTER: Doctor, nurse, patient groups endorse OSMH board change

'It’s time to move forward and position our hospital to take advantage of the exciting opportunities ahead of everyone,' says OSMH leadership
Severn honours Cranney family for decades of service to fire dept.

Severn honours Cranney family for decades of service to fire dept.

Numerous members of Cranney family have dedicated more than 150 years of combined service
Lightfoot Band to perform in Orillia during Lightfoot Days Festival

Lightfoot Band to perform in Orillia during Lightfoot Days Festival

Band will take to the Orillia Opera House stage Oct. 31
Advocate to discuss Truth and Reconciliation during virtual event

Advocate to discuss Truth and Reconciliation during virtual event

OMAH History Committee presenting Cynthia Wesley-Esquimaux on March 20
Southlake makes 'best hospitals' list for Ontario, Canada again

Southlake makes 'best hospitals' list for Ontario, Canada again

Newsweek's annual rankings puts Newmarket hospital among top 25 in Canada, while Barrie's Royal Victoria Regional Health Centre slots in at No. 71
Sustainable Orillia art contest open to local students

Sustainable Orillia art contest open to local students

Theme for this year's contest, which runs March 1 until May 31, is Ontario Species Need Your Help
LETTER: Ford 'doing away with merit' with appointments

LETTER: Ford 'doing away with merit' with appointments

Premier should keep his 'patronage- and partisan-tainted mitts off of our previously independent and non-partisan bench,' says letter writer
Oro-Medonte, developer mend fences; construction of homes to proceed

Oro-Medonte, developer mend fences; construction of homes to proceed

Stop-work order had been placed on Line 3 North property on Dec. 11 by county forester; issue has since been resolved, council hears