Articles by Cheryl Browne
- 17-year-old boy injured in motorcycle crash lay in ditch for hours near Elmvale
- Nottawasaga OPP welcomes new search and rescue dog
- OPP calls off police pursuit of speeding truck hauling stolen excavator
- Winners announced in the I Love Barrie colouring contest
- Central Ontario's hot weather sparks burn bans
- Pop-up store in Barrie offers students free prom dresses
- Six arrested in pharmacy robberies
- Firefighters kept busy overnight in Innisfil
- One person dead in GO Train incident on Barrie line
- Driver with multiple suspensions busted for speeding 2x limit: OPP
- City of Barrie seeks public feedback on issue of affordable housing
- Thousands without power after brutal storm strikes central Ontario
- Alarming spike in overdoses as public health reports 14 cases in 3 days
- OSPCA’s Draws for Paws 50/50 lottery helps animals in need
- Barrie GO Transit train service affected by construction
- RVH hands over Immunization Clinic to health unit
- Barrie Public Library is committed to reducing period poverty
- Mom runs a 27-hour marathon for son with autism
- April Fool's gas hike is no joke
- Barrie's downtown library still open during road shut-down
Cheryl Browne has 20 years of experience as a multimedia journalist for various Ontario newspapers and websites, including the Barrie Examiner, Simcoe.com, the Toronto Star, and the Toronto Sun.
As an Ontario Newspaper award-winning columnist and Lifestyles Editor, Cheryl also received the Barrie Chief of Police Award for news coverage of a national series of articles about a neighbourhood evacuated due to a homeowner's placement of nearly 90 bombs around his house and property.
In her writing, Cheryl focuses on a wide variety of stories, from people in crisis or those celebrating their life's achievements to diverse communities and charitable organizations.