Articles by Cheryl Browne
- Orillia's streets are alive with Easter eggs
- Passenger charged with assaulting Barrie transit driver
- Smoking materials blamed for fire in Barrie's north end
- Pretty 'n Spring fundraiser for shelter makes the grade
- 'Inspired by a Lifetime seniors' exhibit in Wasaga Beach Gallery
- Novice driver nabbed by RIDE
- Collingwood bids farewell to the Wreck of the Waubuno painting
- 'Suspicious' fire at Gravenhurst Wharf causes $750,000 damage
- Top climatologists agree this winter has been gloomy
- Second fire at Huntsville's Home Depot in as many months
- Scouts Canada teaches parents to say yes to kids' wild experiments
- This Simcoe County hospital awarded a gold star from national health standards organization
- Building permits suspended in Stayner due to future water shortage
- Owen Sound Hospital wins stroke care distinction award
- Repurposing prom dresses helps the next generation of graduates
- Home destroyed by fire in Georgian Bay Township
- City welcomes applications for 2023 Recreation and Sport Community Grant
- FedNor funding boosts businesses in Muskoka region
- Multi-vehicle collision in Barrie sends three to hospital
- Two drinking and driving charges laid in Collingwood, Ont.
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.
Cheryl spent her formative years in New Brunswick and Montreal. She raised her two daughters and stepsons in Barrie.
Cheryl speaks English and un pue Francais.