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A first-degree murder charge has been laid against a 14-year-old teen in the death of a teenage boy in Barrie’s south-west end.
A routine traffic stop for an expired sticker turned into a drug charge for a 61-year-old man in Kawartha Lakes on Tuesday.
A group of Canadians, including two women from Innisfil, were able to flee from violent protests in Haiti and be reunited with their family.
The province is hoping to make regional governments, like Simcoe County, more efficient in three key areas that include decision making, services and governance.
The Canadian National Institute for the Blind (CNIB) is working to put that technology into the hands of the visually impaired with a new program called Pay It Forward.
York Regional Police, along with Georgina Fire and York Region paramedics form a critical recovery diving team.
Advocates and families of children with autism angered by a revamped government program that reduces funding for therapy say new information about who can qualify for that money sets a "ridiculous bar."
The Health Unit is looking for feedback from Barrie residents on a proposed supervised consumption site for people who use drugs.
South Simcoe Police is asking for the public’s help to identify two men who are persons of interest in connection with a suspicious fire in Bradford over a week ago.
York Regional Police charge 29 people with impaired-related driving offences in one week.
A 24-year-old Tiny Township man is facing several impaired-related charges after Grey County OPP say he was found slumped over the steering wheel of a vehicle.
Doug Ford admonished protesting students for their "filthy" mouths on Tuesday after a group decrying cuts to post-secondary grants disrupted a session at Queen's Park.
Grey County OPP says that a multi-vehicle collision in Grey County on Friday that involved 10 vehicles was caused by a vehicle being rear-ended during a severe white-out.
Queen’s Park is back in session on Tuesday, and the Ford government is trying to push through some controversial changes.
Ontario is narrowing the scope of mandatory Special Investigations Unit probes into police conduct.
Four teenagers are under arrest and facing several serious charges after police say the group attempted a home invasion in Mono on Sunday.
A Barrie city councillor is coming under fire for a tweet he made eight months ago.
Police are issuing another warning to the public to be wary of money scams after a victim was duped out of more than $8,000 in Haliburton.
It will be a long, cold night for the city’s homeless, which means all hands are on deck for Barrie’s Out of the Cold team.
Family Day in Ontario started 10 years ago, with people making the most out of the winter holiday, and that includes local businesses.
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