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Orillia Ready For Snow 11/14/2012
Public Works Department has equipment and plan in place.
Jury Selection in Murder Trial 11/14/2012
Trial of Barrie man accused in death of of Alyssa Watson is about to begin.
Breath Taking Event This Friday 11/14/2012
The annual Children's Candlelight Parade and Tree Lighting will take place in Orillia.
Wanted Man Found in Orillia 11/13/2012
OPP arrest 27 year old man wanted for Stanley Cup riot in Vancouver.
Anti Bullying Meeting in Orillia 11/13/2012
Community groups will meet on Thursday to tackle the problem of bullying.
Group Optimistic About Sale 11/12/2012
West Street Makes Sense says it's the best choice for a new Rec Centre.
Remembrance Day in Orillia 11/11/2012
Good turnout for ceremony at the cenotaph near Soldiers' Memorial Hospital.
Trojans Win Senior AAA Championship 11/11/2012
Park Street scored four touchdowns in a 32-0 rout of Barrie Central this story contains audio!
Getting Platinum for Going Green 11/11/2012
Recycling Council of Ontario presents Orillia with Platinum Municipal Diversion Award.
Lakehead's Report to Community 11/10/2012
Officials looking to grow the Orilllia campus and continue positive contribution. this story contains audio!
Trojans Captured AAA Junior Title 11/9/2012
Park Street got 3 TDs from Jesse Dinsmore in a 41-14 win over St Joesph's. this story contains audio!
Junior Owls Cap Remarkable Season 11/9/2012
Defeat Banting For GBSSA Junior Fottball Championship this story contains audio!
Police Warning for Pedestrians 11/9/2012
Police issue warning to be careful crossing the street after death in Orillia.
Dumping on School Grounds 11/9/2012
Increased illegal dumping worries Simcoe County Public School Board.
Missing Woman Found 11/9/2012
Police thank the public for their help to find Danica McFarlane.
Orillia Mayor Defends Record 11/8/2012
Mayor says Orillia Council has not turned its back on the housing problem
New Program for Food Bank 11/8/2012
School kids to get healthy lunches through Orillia Sharing Place Food Bank.
Business Award Nominees 11/8/2012
Orillia Business Awards will be handed out later this month.
Housing Crisis in Orillia  11/7/2012
Habitat says some families spending more than 50 per cent of income on rent.
Orillia Electoral Reform 11/7/2012
City to look at changes to how residents elect councillors
Junior Fighting Owls Prep for Final 11/7/2012
CCI To Face Banting In The Championship
Missing Girl Found 11/7/2012
15 year old Kayla Rose is found safe and sound.
Decision on Site Selection Delayed 11/6/2012
Orillia Council puts off making final decision until more information is received. this story contains audio!
Orillia Man Dies from Injuries 11/6/2012
69 year old man who was hit by a vehicle last week has now died.
Hunters Look After Your Dogs 11/6/2012
Deer season means lost dogs, and there are already reports of some.
Quiet Weekend for Orillia OPP 11/5/2012
Police received only 111 calls for service, which is slower than normal.
Police ID Crash Victim  11/4/2012
Police say 29 year old man from Orillia died in single vehicle crash.
Tundras Fall to Blast 11/3/2012
Ruberto and Burgoyne each had four points for Brantford to beat Orillia 6-2 loss. this story contains audio!
New Policing Centre in Coldwater 11/3/2012
OPP officially open new Community Policing Centre at Coldwater Community Centre. this story contains audio!
Orillia Man Killed in Crash 11/3/2012
OPP are still investigating the single-vehicle crash on Muskoka Road 38.
Orillia Budget Deliberations Begin 11/2/2012
City staff presented a 2013 draft budget with goal of a 2.9 per cent tax increase. this story contains audio!
D-Day for Rec Site Selection 11/2/2012
November 5th will be day Orillia Council will choose site for a recreation centre. this story contains audio!
Fallen OPP Officers Honoured 11/2/2012
Three bridges renamed in honour of fallen OPP officers in Huron County. this story contains audio!
Pedestrian Hurt in Collision 11/2/2012
69 year old man struck by a vehicle on Thursday remains under investigation.
Housing Input Wanted 10/31/2012
Simcoe County wants community input to develop long term housing strategy.
Orillia Church Vandalized 10/31/2012
Police looking for several youth after Church outer walls spraypainted.
Orillia Looks at Event Deposits 10/30/2012
City considers asking event organizers for a deposit in order to obtain a permit.
More Honours for OPP Constable 10/30/2012
Retiring Constable one of 29 people to receive Queen's Diamond Jubilee Medal.
Fifth Suspect Arrested in Assault 10/30/2012
19 year old joins four others charged in connection with downtown assault.
Remediating 255 West Street 10/30/2012
Orillia staff deliver report to Council on next steps to deal with contamination.
Deadline for Business Nominations 10/30/2012
People have until Friday to nominate someone for Orillia Business Leader Award.
Sandy Aims for Southern Ontario 10/28/2012
Weather specialist John Wilson forecasts 50 to 75 mms of rain this week. this story contains audio!
Festival of Authors 10/28/2012
Three internationally renowned writers will be in Orillia to talk about books.
Another Honour for Dwyer 10/27/2012
The retiring Orillia OPP officer receives another award from Police Services Boards.
Bus Collides With Car 10/27/2012
Four people hurt when a car crossed into the path of a bus on Laclie St. in Orillia.
Altercation Outside Bar 10/27/2012
Four men are under arrest after a group of men confronted another group of men
Sandbox 101 10/26/2012
Lakehead University has program where students can practice digging up artifacts.
OPP Welcome Ombudsman Report 10/25/2012
OPP says it will work hard to treat operational stress of its officers.
Rec Centre Meeting Draws Crowd 10/25/2012
More than 150 people attend meeting about propsed new Rec Centre in Orillia.
Cameras for Downtown Orillia 10/25/2012
Police Service Board recommends cameras to Orillia Council

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