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Police seek missing Tay Township teen

Police seek missing Tay Township teen

Police believe he may be in the Coldwater or Hamilton area
COVID-19: Uncertainty over schooling plans has working mothers mulling leaving workforce

COVID-19: Uncertainty over schooling plans has working mothers mulling leaving workforce

Without children in school five days a week, someone has to care for them, and working full-time while simultaneously caring for children is simply not possible — even when working remotely is an option
Area lawyer remembered as ‘extraordinary human being’

Area lawyer remembered as ‘extraordinary human being’

Fred Temple, 48, died in a fatal fire in Barrie on July 4; cause of fire still under investigation
Use extra caution in smaller waterways, OPP urges

Use extra caution in smaller waterways, OPP urges

Impaired boating is impaired driving, police remind
Tiny Township still in stage one of implementing its recovery framework

Tiny Township still in stage one of implementing its recovery framework

Staff is still dealing with measures included in stage one before it can move into stage two, says staff member
Balm Beach paddle boarder rescued by Jet Ski operator

Balm Beach paddle boarder rescued by Jet Ski operator

Police received a report of a female in distress who had fallen off her paddle board approximately a kilometre off the Balm Beach shoreline
Casino Rama will not be reopening Friday

Casino Rama will not be reopening Friday

'Right now we have no set timeline for re-opening,' casino operator tells employees in an internal memo obtained by Village Media
Penetanguishene man is the county's lone new COVID case

Penetanguishene man is the county's lone new COVID case

There are 18 active cases of COVID-19 in Simcoe County
Tay senior dies from injuries sustained in crash near Waubaushene

Tay senior dies from injuries sustained in crash near Waubaushene

A 69-year-old man faces impaired charges resulting from the July 4 collision on Highway 12
COVID-19 concerns force cancellation of Pirates of the Bay event

COVID-19 concerns force cancellation of Pirates of the Bay event

The Penetanguishene event was scheduled for Saturday, August 1