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Local housing market could be cooling off, says realtors group

Local housing market could be cooling off, says realtors group

The average price of units sold within Simcoe County during May 2021 was $800,516
Washago part of province's natural gas expansion plan

Washago part of province's natural gas expansion plan

Under the plan unveiled today, 723 Washago homes and businesses will be connected to natural gas at a cost of $19.2 million
Health unit gives vote of confidence to Dr. Gardner for pandemic leadership

Health unit gives vote of confidence to Dr. Gardner for pandemic leadership

Dr. Gardner takes on Chair of the Council of Ontario Medical Officers of Health (COMOH) role today
Gypsy Moth infestation continues to bug Simcoe County residents

Gypsy Moth infestation continues to bug Simcoe County residents

Midland woman looks to town for answers about the pesky invasive species
Brazen catalytic converter theft occurs at Midland store parking lot

Brazen catalytic converter theft occurs at Midland store parking lot

Coworker starts fundraiser for young vehicle owner, who works as a cashier at the building supply store
Georgian students drive campaign to help India through COVID crisis

Georgian students drive campaign to help India through COVID crisis

'It’s hard for me,' explains the president of the Georgian College students' association, adding, sadly, 'I wasn’t there to help them'
Barrie Imam grieves 'horrific terrorism' of London attack

Barrie Imam grieves 'horrific terrorism' of London attack

'This shouldn’t happen to anyone, no matter your religion, race or beliefs. Everyone is hurt by this. We stand together against hate,' says official
Penetanguishene conducting water assessment study

Penetanguishene conducting water assessment study

'The purpose of this Schedule B Class EA is to evaluate and select the preferred secondary water supply alternative for the Town'
Fox Street from Beck Boulevard and Hunter Road closed in Penetanguishene

Fox Street from Beck Boulevard and Hunter Road closed in Penetanguishene

The road closure/restriction is required for a water and sewer service installation and for paving operations
Local tourism industry gets $1.2 million boost from feds

Local tourism industry gets $1.2 million boost from feds

'We have a unique chance to help tourism businesses not just recover but come back stronger and better, equipped to succeed in the new economy,' says official