Articles by Cheryl Browne
- 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
- Porsche Cayenne snatched during brazen carjacking in Aurora
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.