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Durzi & Suzuki Shine 05/22/2019
May 22/19 Bayshore Broadcasting Morning Sports
Cat dies in house fire 05/22/2019
Lone occupant of the home got out safely.
Junior Selects Win Tournament 05/21/2019
May 21/19 Bayshore Broadcasting Morning Sports
'From Foundary to Future' 05/21/2019
New Orillia Recreation Centre will feature free gallery space for artists to display their work.
OPP on Patrol This Victoria Day Weekend 05/17/2019
Officers will be watching for big four infractions: aggressive, distracted, impaired driving, and seatbelts. this story contains audio!
Roberts & Rank Win Better Ball 05/17/2019
May 17 Bayshore Broadcasting Morning Sports
First phase of Front Street reconstruction underway 05/16/2019
Reconstruction is seen as the first step in several key projects to revitalize the downtown waterfront area.
Rolling Stones are back 05/16/2019
No Filter Tour will be at Burl's Creek as scheduled Canada Day weekend.
Collins & Greenside Top Qualifiers 05/16/2019
May 16 Bayshore Broadcasting Morning Sports
Royals & Nawash Win Openers 05/15/2019
May 15/19 Bayshore Broadcasting Morning Sports
All City of Orillia properties smoke/vape free 05/15/2019
By-law bans smoking/vaping tobacco, cannabis and other substances outdoors on property owned or leased by the City.
Royals Sweep Boys Rugby Matches 05/14/2019
May 14/19 Bayshore Broadcasting Morning Sports
Infant sustains serious injuries 05/13/2019
Orillia OPP are seeking two females who may hold important information.
Suzuki & Storm Sink 67's 05/13/2019
May 13/19 Bayshore Broadcasting Morning Sports this story contains audio!
Smith Named To National Nordic 05/10/2019
May 10/19 Bayshore Broadcasting Sports
OSMH Responds To Nursing Job Cuts Announcement 05/9/2019
The ONA had announced that 14 full-time registered nurse positions at Soldiers were being cut....
ONA: 14 full time registered nurse positions cut at Orillia hospital 05/9/2019
Ontario nurses association claims some RNs are being replaced by management positions.
Suzuki Leads Storm 05/9/2019
May 9/19 Bayshore Broadcasting Morning Sports this story contains audio!
OPP wraps up Twin Lakes investigation 05/9/2019
Police have concluded there was never a threat to public safety.
Volunteers at Orillia's Hospital pledge $1 million 05/8/2019
Money will be used to purchase a new CT scanner.
Lady Lions Win Rugby Event 05/8/2019
May 8/19 Bayshore Broadcasting Morning Sports
Sale of former Orillia train station gets the green light. 05/8/2019
City says offer exceeded the asking price.
Altercation between OPP officer and a youth. 05/8/2019
Video appears to show an officer punching a young person after he tries to escape custody. this story contains audio!
Lockdown Lifted At Twin Lakes Secondary School 05/7/2019
OPP continue to investigate...
Twin Lakes Secondary School In Orillia Under Lockdown 05/7/2019
Police are not saying what the nature of the call is....
Jones & Hellyer Lead Rock 05/7/2019
May 7/19 Bayshore Broadcasting Morning Sports this story contains audio!
Orillia OPP nab five suspected impaired drivers 05/7/2019
A crash, public tips, traffic stop all contribute to OPP making arrests in separate incidents.
Mayor: Tax rate is the lowest its been in a number of years. 05/7/2019
Property tax hike is going to be slightly lower than anticipated.
Development charges lifted for Building Hope 05/7/2019
City council isn't ready to give the Building Hope project a total break on fees.
Orillia delays building hope decision...again. 05/6/2019
Council asks charity to find $600,000 security deposit. this story contains audio!
Split Decisions for NorthStars 05/6/2019
May 6/19 Morning Sports
Shovel in the ground for Building Hope 05/6/2019
The new Lighthouse building will include emergency shelter beds, supporting and affordable housing.
Play ball! Just not on city-owned fields/diamonds 05/3/2019
City-owned ball fields and diamonds are closed due to recent wet weather in Orillia.
Play ball! Just not on city-owned fields/diamonds 05/3/2019
Foot traffic could damage grassy areas due to all the rain.
Regional Community Hub 05/3/2019
County of Simcoe is seeking feedback on plans for RCH in Orillia.
Doctors' Day 05/1/2019
Chief of Staff at OSMH says doctors are in the profession to make a difference. this story contains audio!
Alarmed for Life 05/1/2019
Orillia fire department's annual lifesaving campaign is underway. this story contains audio!
Move To Give Doubles Goal 04/30/2019
The YMCA of Simcoe Muskoka is celebrating a successful fundraising campaign.
Backyard hens pilot project gets extension 04/30/2019
City staff says response has been 'underwhelming.'
Leacock Museum putting its house in order 04/30/2019
Some order is being restored to the thousands of documents and artifacts. this story contains audio!
Urban Chicken Pilot Made Permanent in Saugeen Shores 04/29/2019
By-law passed allowing landowners to keep five chickens on residential property, with some restrictions.
Teachers To Demonstrate Outside Constituency Office Of Education Minister Lisa Thompson 04/26/2019
Rising class sizes, cancellation of talks prompt Friday rally outside Thompson's constituency office in Blyth. this story contains audio!
OSMH gets a CuddleCot 04/25/2019
Two women who experienced infant loss fundraised to purchase the cot.
Education Minister Lisa Thompson Says No Plans To Consolidate Province's School Boards 04/24/2019
Thompson says task force will make recommendations on finding efficiencies in Ontario's education system. this story contains audio!
Hydro One proposal still up in the air. 04/16/2019
The proposed sale of Orillia Power's distribution arm to Hydro One remains very much on the city's radar. this story contains audio!
Orillia delays DC decision for Building Hope 04/16/2019
Building Hope project wants a $400,000 break on paying development charges. this story contains audio!
Historic Train Station Sold 04/15/2019
Details about the buyer and plans for the property remain a mystery.
Leeder & Associate Attack Nipped In Final 04/15/2019
Apr 15/19 Bayshore Broadcasting Morning Sports
Not enough cabs on the weekend 04/9/2019
Mayor suggests loosening background checks of Uber and other ride sharing drivers. this story contains audio!
Building Hope to get a break on development charges 04/9/2019
Councillor Pat Hehn worries more charities and non-profits could ask for the same thing. this story contains audio!

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